Talk Radio on Broadway

Friday, March 23, 2007

Liev Schreiber, Leonard Lopate, & Eric BogosianLiev Schreiber takes us into the troubled mind of an unraveling radio host in the Broadway revival of Eric Bogosian's Talk Radio. He’s here today along with Mr. Bogosian to talk about the play, and to explain how a chance meeting here at our show led to their collaboration.
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Comments [1]

Edward from Manhattan

I saw the performance (in previews). It felt dated (if not, perhaps a little irrelevant) given the quasi-period-piece-ness of the setting. Given all that's happened since that time (both in "the genre"--Maury Povich show etc..-- and in world events--it mentions Iran-contra an other out-dated things).

Was there any consideration to set it in current-day?

Mar. 23 2007 12:20 PM

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