Playbill writes: “Nathan Lane is currently starring on Broadway in ‘Pictures From Home,’ opposite Zoë Wanamaker (who plays his wife) and Danny Burstein (who plays his son). In the inaugural entry to Playbill’s new video series, ‘My Life in the Theatre,’ Lane sits down with a Playbill binder containing every Playbill from every show he’s ever done on Broadway. Lane walks us through his career, including the time he asked Sondheim to write new songs for ‘The Frogs,’ how he almost changed his name to Norman Lane, and the production where he played a ‘thug version of Donald Trump.'”
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