By Matt Neglia
Tracy Letts is a Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, who has made a name for himself in many different areas of the arts. From the stage, to the big and small screen, Letts has done it all. Lately, he’s been enjoying his highest success yet in the world of film as he’s had the chance to work with James Schamus (“Indignation“), Stephen Spielberg (“The Post“), Greta Gerwig (“Lady Bird“) and more! Now, in 2019 he’s re-united with Greta Gerwig for her adaptation of “Little Women” and he also got the chance to work with James Mangold playing Henry Ford II in the box-office hit “Ford v Ferrari.” Mr. Letts was kind enough to offer a few minutes of his time to discuss his recent run of success, his latest roles, how he likes to work as an artist and more! Take a listen below.
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