Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has got rave reviews for his performance in his debut Broadway musical 'How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying'. The play officially opened on March 28 to the public at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. Now, the actor is all delighted with the response from the critics.
Daniel Radcliffe spoke to the Daily Mail about his experience on the stage. He said, "I am so much more comfortable out of my comfort zone. To me there's no point in doing it if it's not a challenge, particularly at this stage in my career. I've got plenty of years later if I want to sit back and take it easy if I can. Now is not the time."
He added, "On stage, weirdly, I think I'm a lot less self-conscious than when I'm filming. When you're on film you've got more time to doubt yourself in between takes and more time to analyse. But when you're on stage you just have to get out there and do it."
However, Radcliffe plays J. Pierrepont Finch, who relies on the rules of a guidebook called 'How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying', to climb the corporate ladder and go from window washer to chairman of the board. Radcliffe says that he likes taking risks in theatre.