Broadway, be kind to Daniel Radcliffe
anticipates making his Broadway debut sometime next year with Equus — and tells Reuters he’s a teensy bit scared of New York audiences. “I would be very nervous because I think that [the audiences are] even more discerning than in London,” he said. “But I know we have a good show, it was a good show when we did it in London and hopefully if we do it again it will still be that good. It has to be better.”
Oh, Daniel, we won’t bite. (Though we can’t promise that if members of DOLL — that’s the “Dirty Old Ladies League,” which formed in our comments section — mobilize to catch a performance en masse as planned).
Should Equus make it to the Great White Way, will you see it? Will you make the trip to
very select theaters to see Radcliffe in the upcoming film December Boys? And are New York audiences scarier than London’s?