This week we are joined by Tony Award, Critics Choice Award and two-time Emmy Award winner Courtney B. Vance, who talks about his upcoming series on AMC, 61st Street -- a gritty drama that, despite being based on a novel, could easily have been ripped from today's headlines. ("It's a nightmare we all fear," he says.) Vance also reminisces about his big break: co-starring opposite James Earl Jones and Mary Alice in a 1985 production at Yale Repertory Theatre of August Wilson's Fences that famously made its way to Broadway with the cast intact -- and how the industry has changed and evolved since then.
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