Video: Denis O’Hare ‘Elling’ Commercials

November 11, 2010

‘Elling’ on Broadway until March 20, 2011

Elling PosterDenis O’Hare, known to True Blood fans as the Vampire King of Mississippi, is currently staring in the Broadway play ‘Elling‘ along with Brendan Fraser and Jennifer Coolidge. Set in the current day, ‘Elling’ is a comedy about a wildly mismatched pair of roommates who have both spent time in a mental institution and are now trying to embrace life, love, friendship, pizza, poetry and women. O’Hare plays obsessive/compulsive Elling. Fraser plays the wildly enthusiastic gentle giant Kjell. Coolidge plays Reidun, the object of Kjell’s considerable affection, and Richard Easton plays Alfons, Elling’s unlikely poet mentor. Tickets are on sale now for performances until March 20, 2011. Click here to order yours today.

All About Elling

In this video clip the cast and director talk about the play and give you an idea of what to expect.

Commercials

Here are a few commercials the cast have filmed promoting the play. We get a glimpse into the chemistry between the three of them.

Let us know if you have seen the play or if you plan to check it out!

Source: Youtube.com– Ellingbroadway

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(Photo Credit: Broadway.com)

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Video: Denis O’Hare Talks True Blood vs. Broadway

October 28, 2010

True Blood’s Denis O’Hare Set to Hit Broadway in November

Denis O'Hare as Russell Eddington in a scene from True Blood.

Denis O’Hare, True Blood’s king of Mississipi Russell Edgington, recently opened up to TheaterMania about working on Broadway versus True Blood.

TheaterMania caught up with O’Hare at a press event he was at for his new Broadway show Elling. The play, which follows a pair of mismatched friends as they take their first steps in the world after living in an institution, will begin previews in November at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.

O’Hare told the interviewer going from True Blood back to theater was a big journey. He said most people do not realize how incredibly difficult theater work is, because you rehearse all day and perform live eight times a week.

He did admit television is incredibly difficult in its own way, because you work long hours, but you do get downtime to rejuvenate.

You can catch Denis O’Hare on Broadway beginning November 2nd in Elling, directed by Doug Hughes.

Watch video of O’Hare comparing True Blood and Broadway below:

Source: Theatermania.com — Exclusive Video Flash: Denis O’Hare Compares True Blood and Broadway

(Photo Credit: HBO Inc.)

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