Exclusive Pics From a Literally "Steamy" Day With Significant Other Star Gideon Glick
Significant Other, a new comedy from acclaimed Bad Jews playwright Joshua Harmon, plays Roundabout Theatre Company's Off-Broadway theatre through Aug. 16. Leading man Gideon Glick (Spring Awakening) documented a recent day for Playbill.com.
Gooood morning! Thanks for joining me. Just a warning, there will be a lot of steaming today. If you’re OK with that, click right.
If you follow me on twitter, which if you don’t, you’re really missing out (@gidglick), you’ll know that I have an obsession with The Bridges of Madison County. I count listening to it as part of my emotional diet, especially on two-show days.
Look! It’s playbill.com! I’m a little embarrassed to say that I check this website before I check the news.
I told you there’d be steaming. I talk too much in this show.
It takes a pharmacy to look this good.
Eating breakfast on the subway platform. Pity me.
I could write an ode to the B train. Truly. I get on this puppy two blocks away from my apartment, avoid Times Square, and get dropped off right at the theater. FUN FACT: When I was a young boy I LOVED Times Square. I would get off the train from Philadelphia and RUN to Times Square, get a ticket to a Broadway show, and then eat at Ellen’s Stardust Diner (which I dreamt about working at when I got older).