Nitroglycerin brings a deadly escalation in the race to complete the railroad and leads Strobridge to put family first, bringing into stark relief what Cullen has never been able to do. Strobridge’s status as Cullen’s only true friend is tested when his principles come into conflict with the railroad, and he reaches out to Cullen for support.
Reg Rogers was most recently seen as Kolenkhov in the Tony®-nominated Broadway revival of You Can’t Take It With You, opposite James Earl Jones and Rose Byrne. He was last seen on Broadway as Smiley Coy in Roundabout’s The Big Knife, directed by Doug Hughes. He starred in John Guare’s A Free Man of Color at LCT; The Royal Family at MTC, for which he was nominated for Outer Critics Circle Award; and Holiday, for which he was nominated for both the Tony® and a Drama Desk Award. Other notable theater credits include All’s Well That Ends Well and Measure for Measure, both for Shakespeare in the Park; Bruce Norris’s The Pain & The Itch (Playwrights Horizons); Richard Greenberg's The Dazzle, for which he won an OBIE Award and a Lucille Lortel Award; Bach at Leipzig (NYTW); and as the title role in Cellini by John Patrick Shanley (Second Stage). He recently shot recurring arcs on Boardwalk Empire, The Knick, Flesh and Bone, The Americans, and Turn: Washington’s Spies and guest star roles on The Good Wife,Elementary and Blue Bloods.