Producers of the Tony-nominated play The Best Man have chosen James Lecesne to take over Michael McKean’s role in the revival of the Gore Vidal-written play. The revival, now on Broadway, also stars John Larroquette, James Earl Jones, Angela Lansbury, Candice Bergen and Eric McCormack. Lecesne, a New York Film Academy documentary professor, was making his Broadway debut in a smaller role in the ensemble. Now he steps up to play campaign manager Dick Jensen in the political drama.
Broadway's 'The Best Man' Finds Replacement For Injured Michael McKean
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