The AV Club reviews the 8th Episode of Season 2 of the Knick, featuring a pivotal performance by Fred Weller:
"The horror continues in the latest installment of Dr. Soderbergh’s Tales Of Madness."
Decider.com's overview of the Hulu's the Path, with a special notice for Ali Marsh.
"Howdy, Pathheads! Cult people are hilarious when they're not real, right?"
The Wall Street Journal's Stefanie Cohen speaks to the two men about their unique working relationship, which has carried them through over a decade of theater collaborations.
"Actor Frederick Weller's first introduction to playwright Neil LaBute was a phone interview in 2001: the two men were to discuss a part the actor had been recommended for in one of Mr. Labute's plays."
NY Times' Charles Isherwood reviews the Amanda Peet play, with a special mention for the "cooly ferocious" Ali Marsh in a supporting turn:
"A gaping emotional sinkhole opens under the stylish boots of Becca, a struggling actress portrayed by a well-known one, Sarah Jessica Parker, in the new play "The Commons of Pensacola" by Amanda Peet...
An announcement of the new show, set to premiere at the Ahmanson Theater on September 7th:
"Frederick Weller (Mother and Sons) will play Eddie Carbone in the Los Angeles premiere of Ivo ven Hove's Tony Award-winning production of A View From the Bridge this fall."
An NY Times review of an episode of Cinemax's The Knick, with a special note for Fred Weller's guest appearance:
"Early 20th-century medicine often looks like a circus sideshow on 'The Knick,' but never as literally as in this week's episode."