By John Solomon
How the government's punishing of the exposure of official wrongdoing can linger for years
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Tracy Letts is so polite that he warns you right away that he makes a terrible subject of a story.
For the past few years, something's been slowly gnawing at Paul Rudd _ the lure of live theater.
"He is a man of immense heart and immense vision," says Bullard, who directed the play "Grace" on Broadway this season. "Tracy is like his plays _ simple, direct, truthful, honest and also a little bit naughty."
"I think that Paul has an undeniable charisma about him and a lovability that America loves in the movies and on TV that he can bring as a layer to whatever he's doing. It draws people in, in a different way," Bullard says.