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Watch playwright Terrence McNally discuss “The Lisbon Traviata”
Malcolm Gets (Stephen) New York theater: Vigil, The Story of My Life, Amour (Tony and Drama Desk nominations), A New Brain, The Molière Comedies, Merrily We Roll Along (Drama Desk nomination, Obie Award), The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Obie), Hello Again, Boys and Girls, Finian's Rainbow, Polish Joke, and Juno, The Boys From Syracuse and The Apple Tree, for the Encores! series. He is happy to be reunited with Mr. McNally having appeared in the world premiere of Some Men. Regional credits include Williamstown, Yale Rep, Hartford Stage, ACT, Goodspeed, and Westport Playhouse. He was Richard, the tortured artist, on NBC's Caroline in the City. Films include Thirteen Conversations About One Thing, Love in the Time of Money, Adam and Steve, Sex and the City, and HBO's Grey Gardens. Gets sings on many original cast CDs, including Barbara Cook's Mostly Sondheim, his Carnegie Hall debut. His first solo CD, The Journey Home, was released in June 2009 on PS Classics with John McDaniel as musical director and producer. He is a graduate of the University of Florida and Yale School of Drama.