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Ended 24 Jun 2007 after 4 months
With the revival of 'Talk Radio,' Liev Schreiber confirms his status as the finest American theater actor of his generation.
Ben Brantley, New York Times
Liev Schreiber stars in the Broadway premiere of Eric Bogosian's no-holds-barred portrait of a radio talk show host.
An off-Broadway sensation in 1987, Eric Bogosian's Talk Radio is headed to Broadway in a new production starring Tony Award winner Liev Schreiber. Controversial late-night radio host Barry Champlain is preparing to expand his popular talk show from Cleveland to a nationwide audience. On one memorable night, Champlain faces a variety of challenging callers and reveals his true feelings on the air live.
Schreiber's rich, commanding voice - familiar to theatergoers from his acclaimed performances in Macbeth, Hamlet, Henry V and other classic plays, as well as his award-winning performance in Glengarry Glen Ross - is the ideal match for Bogosian's charismatic leading character. Tony-winning director Robert Falls (Death of a Salesman, Shining City) tackles the crackling script in what is sure to be a major event of the Broadway season.
Previews from : 15th February 2007
Opened : 11th March 2007
Limited engagement until : 24th June 2007
Audience: Talk Radio may not be suitable for children under 18. Children under 4 years of age will not be admitted into the Longacre Theater.
Run time: One hour 45 minutes with no intermission
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Opening night: 15 February 2007
Closing night: 24 June 2007
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