December 22, 2012
Jack O?Brien bursts into Nice Matin, a favorite breakfast spot near his Central Park West apartment. It?s early on a drizzly Sunday morning. The dogs have already been walked and fed. Against the chill, the vivacious director emeritus of San Diego?s Old Globe Theatre is wearing his ?Hairspray? fleece jacket ? his first Tony Award came for that hit show ? and his wool ?Dead Accounts? baseball camp, swag from his latest gig, a Broadway comedy by the estimable Theresa Rebeck.
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