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Thomas Sadoski’s ‘The Mimic’ Comedy Lands at Gravitas Ventures (Exclusive)

Gravitas Ventures has nabbed the worldwide rights to Thomas F. Mazziotti’s The Mimic, a comedy that stars Thomas Sadoski, Jake Robinson, Austin Pendleton and Gina Gershon.

‘White Noise’: Theater Review

Daveed Diggs and Thomas Sadoski star in 'White Noise,' the new play by Pulitzer Prize winner Suzan-Lori Parks, about a black artist who asks his white friend to make him his slave for 40 days.

The Most Anticipated New York Theater of 2019

The Hollywood Reporter looks ahead to the busy pipeline of productions opening from January through summer, on Broadway and off.

‘Belleville’: Theater Review

Anna Camp and Thomas Sadoski explore the madness of married life in the City of Lights in 'Belleville,' Amy Herzog's dark and humorous chamber piece on the Pasadena stage.

Anna Camp, Thomas Sadoski Set for ‘Belleville’ at Pasadena Playhouse

The duo will turn in 24 performances in Amy Herzog's play from April 18 through May 13, with press opening set for April 22.

‘The Last Word’: Film Review | Sundance 2017

Shirley MacLaine plays an octogenarian control freak who enlists Amanda Seyfried's obit writer to reshape how she will be remembered in Mark Pellington's comedy with tears, 'The Last Word.'

‘Newsroom’ Star Thomas Sadoski Joins ‘The Last Word’ (Exclusive)

Mark Pellington is directing the film starring Shirley MacLaine and Amanda Seyfried.

TIFF: Sarah Silverman’s ‘I Smile Back’ Nabbed by Search Engine for Canada (Exclusive)

The movie will be released by Broad Green Pictures stateside after screening at Sundance and Toronto.

‘The Way We Get By’: Theater Review

Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski star in Neil LaBute's new play about the aftermath of a drunken hookup, premiering off-Broadway at Second Stage.

Amanda Seyfried Replacing Tatiana Maslany in Off-Broadway’s ‘The Way We Get By’

The "Ted 2" actress will star opposite Thomas Sadoski in the play about two people taking stock after a hot one-night stand.

‘I Smile Back’: Sundance Review

Sarah Silverman takes a decidedly dark turn in director Adam Salky's unflinching look at a wife and mother's battle with self-destructive depression.

‘Off the Cuff’ Podcast: Thomas Sadoski Says He ‘Overspoke’ About ‘The Newsroom’

The thespian-turned-Sorkin-star tells #pretapodcasts about leaving the controversial show behind and the two new films he has out this month