Recently, Clark Gregg spoke with Culture Slate on current projects he is working on. He mentions nursing some scripts he has been working on lately and mentioned a few projects that he hopes to work on once lockdown is lifted, However the big news coming out of this announcement was that Clark announced that this week he will be recording a radio play for BBC, this play is a recording of the David Mamet play that he performed earlier in the year. The play that is being recorded was headlined by Clark, David Mamet's wife Rebecca Pidgeon, William H. Macy, Fionnula Flanagan and many more. Clark portrayed Alan in the production.
This limited run theater play, The Christopher Boy's Communion, was about the grisly murder that took place in Central Park in the 80's.
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