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Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David Working on Broadway Play?

George Napolitano/FilmMagic(LOS ANGELES) -- Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David may be taking their talents to Broadway.

Speaking with Roger Friedman of at a Golden Globes party Sunday night, David revealed he has written a play intended for Broadway.  When asked if Seinfeld will star in it, David replied, "Maybe. We're talking about it."

Friedman speculates that Seinfeld may instead produce or direct the play. Seinfeld directed comedian Colin Quinn's one-man Broadway show, Long Story Short, a couple of years ago.

Seinfeld revealed in an "Ask Me Anything" session on Reddit last week that he and his Seinfeld co-creator had written a script, without elaborating.  Friedman's report didn't mention the plot of the potential Broadway play.

David, Seinfeld, and Seinfeld actor Jason Alexander were all seen Monday at Tom's Restaurant in New York City, which stood in for Monk's on their classic sitcom.  Seinfeld and Alexander appeared to be taping an undisclosed project there.

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