Thanks for that link, Lila (as you can see, I've moved that post and all the others over to here from the What's on Stage thread).
Matt Wolf has been spreading the Rufus love elsewhere, too :
7. Old Times, Harold Pinter Theatre
So nice, they invited the critics twice: such was the casting gambit of the protean Ian Rickson's shimmering take on Harold Pinter's emotionally translucent 1971 play whereby Kristin Scott Thomas and Lia Williams swapped roles across the run as wife and lover, lover and wife, with the matchless Rufus Sewell in quietly malleable place as the lone man in a play that constitutes an abiding anatomy of melancholy for this or any year. The late Nobel laureate had a busy time of it during 2013 on Broadway as well, with Betrayal and No Man's Land each returning to New York to mixed results; this Old Times topped them both with a surpassing empathy that made one want to see it a third time. Perhaps Sewell would like to tackle one of the women's roles?