Just four months before he died, in a set of final, historic interviews, director Mike Nichols opened up to his close friend and colleague, theater director Jack O'Brien, about the storied beginnings of his career, including his comedy collaboration with Elaine May, his direction of two Neil Simon stage classics, and his acclaimed feature-film debut, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, and The Graduate. Read More

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Becoming Mike Nichols
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Becoming Mike Nichols
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