Jake Gyllenhaal May Interact With You During Sea Wall/A Life

Video   Jake Gyllenhaal May Interact With You During Sea Wall/A Life
 
The Broadway and Hollywood star will appear in the double-header of monologue plays with Tom Sturridge.

Jake Gyllenhaal is ready to connect with audiences—no, really connect—when Sea Wall/A Life begins performances on Broadway July 26 at the Hudson Theatre.

In a chat on LIVE with Kelly and Ryan, Gyllenhaal discussed how at certain points in the show, he'll walk into the crowd.

"Sometimes it's very emotional; we laugh a lot, but there have been people who I can hear that are moved or crying, and we talk to each other," the performer said. "It's not improvisation as much as it is acknowledging that we're all in a place with no judgment, where we can all just be open to it."

The show, directed by Carrie Cracknell, is a double-bill of monologue plays (Tom Sturridge performs the first) about two fathers reflecting on their lives and relationships with their families.

READ: How Carrie Cracknell Came to Finally Direct Jake Gyllenhaal

Next year, Gyllenhaal is set to reunite with Tony winner Annaleigh Ashford in London for a West End production of Sunday in the Park with George, reprising their performances after a Broadway bow at the Hudson.

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