Liev Schreiber takes time out from The Public Theatre's production of "Macbeth" to reflect on the humanity of that villainous role, his love for the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park, how directing his first film has informed his own work as an actor, and why he thinks Pinter and Mamet are similar to Shakespeare. Original air date - June 23, 2006.
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