June 11, 2018 | The Public Theater Annual Gala

Hugh and Claire attended the Public Theater Annual Gala on June 11th. Loving all these new pictures, check them out at our Gallery:

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June 10th, 2018 | Tony Awards

Hugh and Claire were at the Tony Awards 2018 on June 10th. You can check the pictures at our gallery:

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June 7th, 2018 | Hugh at The New York Public Library Young Lions Fiction Award

Hugh introduced Emily Ruskovich’s novel IDAHO at the New York Public Library Young Lions Fiction Award Ceremony on June 7th. He read an excerpt from the bloodhound chapter near the end. You can see the pics (Thanks to thisisagooduser) at our gallery and the video just below:

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June 4, 2018 | CFDA Awards

Hugh and wife Claire attended the CFDA Awards on June 4 in New York City. You can check the pictures at our Gallery:

Candid pictures from April – May 2018

Hugh was photographed a lot while out and about in New York City with pregnant wife Claire. You can check the pictures at our gallery:

 

A Kid Like Jake Premiere in New York

Hugh and Claire attented the premiere of her latest movie “A Kid Like Jake” on May 21, 2018. You can check the pictures at our Gallery:

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May 1st, 2018 | Hugh And Claire At Art21’S 21st Birthday Gala

Hugh and wife Claire Danes attented the Art 21’s 21st birthday gala in New York.

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Hugh to star in the off-Broadway play “Apologia”

Hugh Dancy who will join Stockard Channing in the off-Broadway transfer of Alexi Kaye Campbell’s play Apologia, which had a run at Trafalgar Studios last year.

Dancy will play two brothers in the drama about a Sixties radical who tries to impose her beliefs on her children.

It’s a lively, and engaging play that should work well in New York. It opens at the Laura Pels Theatre in October.

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