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Leonard Nimoy attends The Glass Menagerie Opening Night September 26, 2013



Zachary Quinto Enters the Fragile World of Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie

The Glass Menagerie will be Quinto's first time on Broadway; he previously made his Off-Broadway bow as the lost Louis Ironson in the 2011 revival ofTony Kushner's Angels in America. His feature-film debut was as Spock in J.J. Abrams's 2009 reboot of the "Star Trek" franchise, and recently reprised in the sequel, "Star Trek: Into Darkness." Leonard Nimoy, 82, who originated the role and had casting approval, personally picked Quinto to go where only a few men have gone before.

A little time-travel plot-twisting allowed both—Nimoy as Spock Prime and Quinto as his younger self—to go along on these screen rides. "I think we have a strong physical resemblance, which, on some level or another, had to do with my getting cast, but now my connection with Leonard is much more emotional. I have great respect for him. We're close friends. He'll be at the opening of The Glass Menagerie."

Source: Playbill

Leonard Nimoy, Dana Delany, and More Join Cherry Jones and Zachary Quinto at a Shimmering Opening Night for Broadway's The Glass Menagerie

John Tiffany's Broadway revival of Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie celebrated its Broadway opening night at the Booth Theatre on Thursday, September 26, with a post-performance gala at the Redeye Grill. Starring Cherry Jones, Zachary Quinto, Celia Keenan-Bolger, and Brian J. Smith, the production welcomed a host of celebs to the after-party, including Leonard Nimoy, Dana Delaney, Parker Posey, Jeff Goldblum, Sandra Bernhard, Tyne Daly, Victor Garber, and more.