RELATIVELY SPEAKING star Danny Hoch is featured with a Q&A interview by Gothamist writer John Del Signore.
The world premiere of RELATIVELY SPEAKING, three one-act comedies by the prolific writing trio of Ethan Coen, Elaine May and Woody Allen, opened on Broadway on October 20 at The Brooks Atkinson Theatre (256 West 47 Street) to critical acclaim.
Writer/Actor Danny Hoch Talks Broadway, Gentrification, People With TVs In Their Heads
By John Del Signore
Award-winning playwright, actor and director Danny Hoch is currently on Broadway in Relatively Speaking, a trio of one-act plays by Ethan Coen, Elaine May, and Woody Allen. But Broadway isn’t where you usually find Hoch, who’s known for rollicking and provocative solo performances such as Taking Over, a critically-acclaimed show that grappled with the ways gentrification methodically destroys communities in New York City. We caught up with Hoch last week to talk about gentrification, Williamsburg, and Broadway, where you can now catch him six nights a week—he appears in Coen’s and Allen’s plays, and he’s very funny in both.