Denzel Washington, who recently returned to Broadway for Fences, winning a 2010 Tony Award, is headed for Broadway again in 2014.
"What I want to do is come back to Broadway, which I plan to do in 2014," Washington told Charlie Rose in the November 1 episode of The Charlie Rose Show. "Scott Rudin and Kenny Leon, who directed me in FENCES, we're all trying to figure out which play to do. I won't say which play - I like acting on stage more than on film. I like directing, I like acting on stage, and then I like acting on film."
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He made his Broadway debut in Checkmates (1988). Other theatre credits include Richard III, The Mighty Gents, Ceremonies in Dark Old Men, When the Chickens Come Home to Roost and A Soldier's Play, for which he won an Obie. He is a two-time Academy Award winner for his performances in Training Day and Glory, and received Oscar nominations for his performances in The Hurricane, Malcolm X and Cry Freedom. His latest film, Flight, was just released.