His Mad Men character may have been unceremoniously axed by Don Draper, but that hasn't stopped the actor from creating "Batt on a Hot Tin Roof." Whether that roof is in New Orleans remains to be seen, but that's where the fellow is based much of the time, and he has plenty to say. He's a forthright and substantial entertainer who demands that eyes and ears be lent.
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