September 03, 2015

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Chaplin Beyond "The Little Tramp"

Charlie Chaplin is perhaps best remembered as the bowler hat-wearing, cane-carrying "Little Tramp." But as the cast and creators of the new Broadway musical Chaplin tell, there is much more to his life story. Rob McClure, who stars in the title role, talks about the challenge of playing a man who wrote, directed, starred in and composed the music for many famous films, while his cast-mates explain how their characters influenced his life from homeless youth to famous film star to exile from America. For more information on Chaplin, click here. To read Playbill.com's Leading Men interview with Rob McClure click here.








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