Clive Owen was looking to do a play after a long time away from the stage. He just wanted the right one. The one he picked would make many other actors run screaming into Times Square.
The "Closer" and "Inside Man" star finds himself making his Broadway debut this fall in a revival of Harold Pinter's "Old Times," a heady brew of sexual tension and deceit wrapped in a thin, polite coating.
"It's so full and complex that it takes everything you've got as an actor," Owen said recently. "The calibration of it each time you do it is so delicate and nuanced that things can shift and change all the time."
In the 70-minute...