As I am writing this, I realize the depth of the damage and disappointment I have left behind at home and at NBC,” he said in the statement.[Matt Lauer breaks silence: ‘To the people I have hurt, I am truly sorry’] Lauer is among dozens of high-profile men in Hollywood, the media and the political sphere facing allegations of sexually harassing or assaulting women and men since the New York Times published an explosive story in October about decades of sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein.Lack provided few details about Lauer’s accuser or the nature of her allegation.
We really love it in Philly, but when the show's are as demanding as Honeymoon and Allegro were on us it's easier to just get a place up here. We're also eagerly awaiting "Better Call Saul."What if one of you got a role on one of these shows? And here I am so many years later, and that kid is bringing his kids to see me on Broadway." It was such a moving thing. I look up to him a lot for his sense of pride for family and connectivity and that he never forgets where he came from. There's a whole lot of Skyping and then right after the matinee on Sunday I'll hop on the train to Philly. We've all the sudden realized we've been spoiled lately. It's fun to be able to spoil him, because I don't get to do it that often. Do you think it's harder to be in a relationship in which you are both actors?
“It represented, after serious review, a clear violation of our company’s standards.
As a result, we’ve decided to terminate his employment,” Lack said in a memo to staffers.
Speaking of honeymoons, Mc Clure is currently earning rave reviews as the hapless groom-to-be Jack Singer in the new Broadway musical Honeymoon in Vegas, while Lakis, who starred in the John Doyle-directed Allegro at CSC this past fall, is preparing for a production of Duncan Sheik's new Broadway-bound musical Because of Winn Dixie at the Delaware Theatre this spring. ML: I just realized that he was a catch and other girls were eyeing him. " She had just done a puppet show at the Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia and was really good at it, so she sent in her stuff, and without them knowing that we were together we both booked it. RM: We have so many amazing ones, but the Pacific Northwest was really beautiful. We both love fishing, so on my birthday Maggie surprised me and we went out to Bainbridge Island off the coast of Seattle and went fishing. It's like this little turd of a thing — it's so cute. RM: I had the sound designer hit John Williams' flight music, and she cried. ML: He said I screamed and I didn't believe him, so he showed me the video tape, and I did scream. We have a house that we own in Philadelphia and we have a friend that lives there so it's not empty when we're not there.
Before a recent Friday night performance of Honeymoon in Vegas, the couple is hanging out in Mc Clure's dressing room at the Nederlander Theatre where they talk about splitting their time between Philadelphia and New York, going on the Avenue Q tour together with two cats and learning life lessons from Mc Clure's Honeymoon costar Tony Danza. It was at this place called the Lenape Performing Arts Center in Marlton New Jersey back in '05. ML: We played opposite each other, so we started out as friends. I did say, "I'm not going to tell you to become single, but if you were single, I'm in," and there it went. There were bald eagles flying around — that was a specifically fantastic memory. When we played Philadelphia, which is sort of central to both of our families, we had 85 friends and family come to see the show that night and they all were coming to an engagement party after the show that Maggie didn't know about. We were lucky this fall when we were both working in New York.