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Stephen Spinella
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Stephen Spinella

Two-time Tony winner Stephen Spinella talks about joining the youthful cast of Spring Awakening as the only male adult in the show, and why he's spent so much time reading the original Wedekind play from which the show is adapted; charts his long-time friendship with Tony Kushner from its start as a college-era intellectual debate through their mutual triumphs with Angels In America, and surveys his works in stage classics both ancient (Electra) and modern (A View From The Bridge).

Original air date - December 8, 2006
Running Time - 39:41

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