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Welcome! The aim of this website is to bring up to date information about the career of Billy Crudup. This site will focus on career only. “I’m trying to make a living by pretending to be different people, and if people know too much about me, that makes it really hard to do a job that I already find difficult. Then there’s nothing I can do to convince anybody that I’m you know, an ex-con from Queens” Source: U.S. (Feb 1999)

Jules   Mar 12, 2017   Stage

The 52nd Street Project makes a difference in the lives of countless Hell’s Kitchen (Clinton) kids by pairing them with theater professionals who mentor them through the creation of original theater. Perhaps the most poignant presentations made by the Project are those in its semi-annual Playmaking series, which features the Project’s youngest Hell’s Kitchen menses – 9- and 10-year-olds who have just begun their theatrical education – writing for accomplished professional actors and revealing their work to a public audience for the first time. Accomplished actors including Raúl Castillo (“Looking,” “Gotham”), Billy Crudup (Jackie, 20th Century Women, Almost Famous), Crystal Dickinson (Clybourne Park), Brandon Dirden (All the Way, Jitney), Carson Elrod (Peter & the Starcatcher, Noises Off), Nancy Giles (“CBS Sunday Morning”), Michael Potts (Book of Mormon, Jitney, “The Wire”), Mirarai Sithole (Mother Courage & Her Children, “Broad City”), Micah Stock (The Front Page, It’s Only a Play) and others will perform in All Together Now: The United Plays, the Project’s Spring 2017 Playmaking show. All Together Now will run Friday, March 31, through Sunday, April 2, at The 52nd Street Project’s Five Angels Theater (789 Tenth Avenue, 2nd floor, NYC). Performances will take place Friday & Saturday at 7:30pm, and Saturday & Sunday at 3pm. Admission is free, but reservations must be made in advance at or 212.333.5252. For more information, visit Read More: // here

Jules   Nov 15, 2015   Events/Appearances, Stage

Labyrinth Theater Company, the award-winning, nationally renowned theater company, has announced its lineup of players for this year’s signature annual gala, CELEBRITY CHARADES Goes Medieval, which will take place on Monday, November 16 at Capitale (130 Bowery). CELEBRITY CHARADES contestants that will battle it out in a fearsome and hilarious speed charades competition include Bobby Cannavale, Josh Charles, Billy Crudup, Padma Lakshmi, Justin Long, Natasha Lyonne, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Bobby Moynihan, Erin Richards, Mo Rocca, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Cynthia Rowley, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Justin Theroux, and Yul Vázquez. Additional players to be announced. All players are subject to continued availability. Read More: // here

Jules   Mar 14, 2015   Events/Appearances, Stage

The 52nd Project will present Make a Brave Show: The Courageous Plays, ten shows written by 10-year-olds who have been mentored by theatre professionals and performed by professional actors. The production is part of the organization’s semi-annual Playmaking series. The 52nd Street Project’s Playmaking Series pairs children living in Hell’s Kitchen with accomplished actors, directors and dramaturgs. They are taken out of town for a writers’ retreat in the countryside to writer their plays, which are then given a run of professional performances. Performances of Make a Brave Show: The Courageous Plays will run March 27-29 at the 52nd Street Project’s Five Angels Theatre. The cast includes Billy Crudup. Read More: [Continue]

Jules   Oct 26, 2014   Stage

Sounds like all our faves are going to be in one room! Bobby Canavale, Billy Crudup, Taran Killam, Richard Kind, Ed Norton, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Julia Stiles, Josh Charles, Sasha Cohen, Jill Hennessey, Bobby Moynahan, Danny Pino, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Cynthia Rowley, Callie Thorne, Yul Vázquez, David Zayas and more (how?!) will participate in Celebrity Charades 2014: Judgment Day. The event, which will benefit the LAByrinth Theater Company, will take place on October 27 at Capitale. We’re plotting how to get tickets as we type. Continue here

Jules   Oct 5, 2014   Stage

On Sunday, November 2nd at 54 Below, Hunter Bell ([title of show], Grinch) and Susan Blackwell ([title of show], “Side By Side by Susan Blackwell”) host an evening of fabulous performers sharing video of their most embarrassing moments onstage and then redeeming themselves by recreating that moment. Tony Award-winner Billy Crudup (No Man’s Land, Waiting for Godot, The Coast of Utopia), Rose Hemingway (How to Succeed…), Taran Killam (“Saturday Night Live,” 12 Years a Slave), Kelli O’Hara (The Bridges of Madison County, Nice Work, South Pacific), Ben Platt (The Book of Mormon, “Pitch Perfect”), Steve Pasquale (The Bridges of Madison County, Reasons to be Pretty, “Rescue Me”), Krysta Rodriguez (First Date, The Addams Family, “Smash”), and more to be announced. Mary-Mitchell Campbell (Big Fish, The Addams Family) will serve as the music director. Continue here

Jules   Jun 13, 2014   Stage

November 24, 2013 No Man’s Land/Waiting for Godot: Another repertory offering, starring Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Shuler Hensley and Billy Crudup alternating nights in the Beckett and Pinter modern classics. Includes the second Pinter play to open on Broadway in the space of a month. Continue @

Jules   Apr 27, 2014   Stage

The Drama Desk Awards ceremony, will take place June 1 at New York’s Town Hall. Outstanding Revival of a Play: No Man’s Land & Outstanding Actor in a Play: Ian McKellen, No Man’s Land. To read the full nominations check out

Jules   Mar 25, 2014   Stage

There is only one more week to see the acclaimed productions of Harold Pinter’s NO MAN’S LAND and Samuel Beckett’s WAITING FOR GODOT starring Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Billy Crudup, Shuler Hensley directed by Sean Mathias on Broadway at the Cort Theatre (138 West 48th Street). After two extensions, the plays must close Sunday, March 30. As of Sunday, March 30, NO MAN’S LAND will have played 15 previews and 67 regular performances and WAITING FOR GODOT will have played 16 previews and 78 regular performances. Continue @

Jules   Mar 4, 2014   Stage

I walked into Broadway’s Cort Theatre for a Thursday night performance of No Man’s Land to see Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian McKellen, icons of theater and nerd culture. I walked out of the same theatre confused but with a new appreciation for the master thespians and for playwright Harold Pinter. What does it mean? Stewart’s character Hirst asks this in Act Two of the production, which runs through March 30, but it may as well be asked about the show itself. All that is certain is that the play is set in 1975 in a large room with a bar at a house located in North West London neighborhood of Hampstead. And over the course of two hours of tension undercut by comedic dialogue, we get to know the man of letter Hirst, McKellen’s optimistic but hard-up “poet” Spooner, and Hirst’s two menacing/overprotective servants Foster (Billy Crudup) and Briggs (Shuler Hensley). Depending on your viewpoint, No Man’s Land is “about” two elderly gentlemen meeting in a pub for the first time who proceed to return to one’s home for a night and day of drunken (and unreliable) reminisces. Or maybe it is about a man’s artistic alter ego attempting to reach his affluent counterpart. Or about an outsider who upsets the status quo or perhaps that outside is attempting to save a man from the oblivion his servants seem to desire for him. Or it is about something else entirely. According to Billy Crudup, in a post-show “talk back” on stage with costars Stewart, McKellen and Hensley, it is OK to be confused. “I don’t know that the four of us have the same idea of what’s happening in this space,” he said. “There’s confusion about the knowability of their motivations, of their status of their feelings. It’s obfuscated and misdirected so brilliantly in this play.” Continue @

Jules   Feb 19, 2014   Stage

The talk back series at Harold Pinter’s acclaimed production of NO MAN’S LAND continues Thursday, February 20 with Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Billy Crudup, Shuler Hensley and moderator Barbara Chai (Wall Street Journal correspondent). After the performance of NO MAN’S LAND, Chai and the actors will discuss Harold Pinter’s play and answer audience questions about the production and the acclaimed repertory season. The ticketed audience for each performance is welcome to stay, free of charge, for the talk back. A ticket is required for the performance. Continue @