Mark Rylance Works His Oscar Statue Into Nice Fish | Playbill

News Mark Rylance Works His Oscar Statue Into Nice Fish The Academy Award winner revealed his statue at a recent curtain call.
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American Repertory Theater shared a video of a curtain call for Nice Fish, in which Mark Rylance showed off his Oscar statue. Three-time Tony winner Rylance, who was a first-time Oscar nominee this year, won the Academy Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role for Bridge of Spies.

Watch the Facebook video below:

#tbt when #Oscar made a curtain call appearance following the Tuesday performance of #NiceFish at St. Ann's Warehouse....

Posted by American Repertory Theater on Thursday, March 10, 2016

Nice Fish is conceived, written and adapted by Rylance and poet Louis Jenkins. The show, in which he also stars, played an acclaimed engagement at A.R.T. earlier this year and is currently running Off-Broadway at St. Ann's Warehouse. The Brooklyn staging began previews February 14 and is scheduled to run through March 27.

“On a lake in frozen Minnesota, the ice is beginning to creak and groan. It’s the end of the fishing season, and two men are out on the ice one last time, angling for answers to life’s larger questions,“ state production notes for Nice Fish. “A play woven together from the acclaimed prose poems of Louis Jenkins, Nice Fish reflects nature with a wry surreality.“

For further information and to purchase tickets, visit or call (718) 254-8779. The new St. Ann’s Warehouse is located in Brooklyn Bridge Park at 45 Water St., Brooklyn.
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