This image released by Jeffrey Richards Associates shows Marisa Tomei and Michael C. Hall during a scene from "The Realistic Joneses," at the Lyceum Theatre in New York. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Richards Associates, Joan Marcus)
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Michael C. Hall has turned a page, broken with the past, made a break."Just a squirrel," says Hall.Hall is one of an impressive quartet of actors starring in Will Eno's play "The Realistic Joneses". It was the perfect antidote to Hall's post-"Dexter" blues. Few may know that before he picked up the scalpel, Hall was a thespian and a song-and-dance man and now he wanted to return to theater. "I experienced an increasingly intense itch to come back to the stage and when I talked to my representatives about it, I said, 'My ideal thing would be to do a new American play by a living playwright on Broadway,' which is somewhat of a rare thing". He got it all in Eno's play, which first premiered at the Yale Repertory Theatre in 2012 . The play marks the first time Hall has returned to Broadway since he took over from Alan Cumming as the white-faced emcee in the last revival of "Cabaret," a part he played for almost 500 times and credits as "a real gift".Hall was one of several celebrities -- including Jessica Alba, Harrison Ford, Olivia Munn and Matt Damon -- sent over the globe to report. Hall spent two weeks in Bangladesh.
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