Why See Talk Radio?
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
including Best Revival of a Play
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