Had Julian Glover not broken his leg at the beginning of January, it's quite likely he would be off filming a movie. But, Glover reminds, having a broken leg in the movie business is like being pregnant in the movie business: "It lasts five years," meaning casting agents don't phone up damaged goods and offer them choice roles, and so these are lean times, especially for a 65-year-old supporting actor. That's why the English actor is killing a couple of days in the sweltering suburbs north of Dallas, entertaining the geeks at 15 bucks a pop. Yet he does so with the tact and aplomb of a Shakespearean actor for whom all the world's a sound stage. The man who would be King Lear in September (at the New Globe Theatre, no less) sweats charm, even when sipping a tallboy Bud... More >>>