Theater: The Pluck of the Irish

Two little-known actors bring their Belfast-born smash comedy about Hollywood to Broadway

Except for the scenic route taken from the airport by their limo driver and an inspiring visit to Ellis Island, Sean Campion and Conleth Hill still haven't seen much of New York City. And since this is their first visit to the U.S., they're a bit overwhelmed. That is not to say the place is entirely new to them. "You're so familiar with the city from movies and TV that you feel like you've been here before," says Campion. Adds Hill: "All my terms of reference for New York are television. Where would Rhoda and Brenda have lived? Where would Seinfeld...

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