Talk Radio

Talk Radio

Talk Radio


TALK RADIO

Number of Previews: 29
Number of Performances: 121
First Preview : February 15, 2007
Opening Night : March 11, 2007
Closing Night : June 24, 2007

Opening Night Cast
Liev Schreiber (Barry Champlain)
Peter Hermann (Dan Woodruff)
Michael Laurence (Stu Noonan)
Stephanie March (Linda MacArthur)
Christine Pedi (Rachel, Caller’s Voices)
Christy Pusz (Jordan Grant, Caller’s Voices)
Barbara Rosenblat (Dr. Susan Fleming, Caller’s Voices)
Adam Sietz (Sid Greenberg, Caller’s Voices)
Sebastian Stan (Kent)
Marc Thompson (Vince Farber, Caller’s Voices)
Kit Williamson (Spike)
Cornell Womack (Bernie, Caller’s Voices)



OVERVIEW

Tony Award-winner Liev Schreiber (Glengarry Glen Ross) starred in the first Broadway production of TALK RADIOby Eric Bogosian, co-created with Tad Savinar. The Pulitzer Prize-nominated play about a fiery late night radio host palyed at the Longacre Theatre.

The production, directed by Tony Award-winner Robert Falls (Death of a Salesman, Shining City), also featured such talents as Peter Hermann (Law & Order,” “United 93”), Stephanie March (“Law & Order: SVU”, Death Of A Salesman) and Sebastian Stan (The Covenant).

TALK RADIO was nominated for the 2007 Tony Award for ‘Best Revival of a Play,” Drama Desk, Outer Critics’ Circle and Drama League Awards for “Outstanding Revival of a Play”. Additionally, as talk radio host Barry Champlain, Liev Schreiber has similarly received Tony Award, Drama Desk, Outer Critics’ Circle and Drama League Award nominations for his performance.

Schreiber was joined onstage by Michael Laurence, Christine Pedi, Barbara Rosenblat, Adam Seitz, Marc Thompson, Kit Williamson, Cornell Womack and Christy Pusz.

AWARDS

2007 Tony Award® Best Revival of a Play (nominee)
2007 Tony Award® Best Actor in a Play – Liev Schreiber (nominee)
2007 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Revival of a Play (nominee)
2007 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actor in a Play – Liev Schreiber (nominee)
2007 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Sound Design – Richard Woodbury (nominee)

CREDITS

Opening Night Production Credits

Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Philip J. Smith: President; Robert E. Wankel: Executive Vice President)

Produced by Jeffrey Richards, Jerry Frankel, Jam Theatricals, Francis Finlay, Ronald Frankel, James Fuld, Jr., Steve Green, Judith Hansen, Patty Ann Lacerte, James Riley, Mary Lu Roffe, Mort Swinsky, Sheldon Stein, Terri Childs, Timothy Childs, StylesFour Productions, Irving Welzer and Herb Blodgett; Presented in association with the Atlantic Theater Company

Original New York Production produced by The New York Shakespeare Festival (Joseph Papp, Producer); Originally produced at the Portland Center for Visual Arts

Written by Eric Bogosian; Based upon an original idea by Tad Savinar; Created by Eric Bogosian and Tad Savinar

Directed by Robert Falls; Assistant Director: Jose Zayas

Scenic Design by Mark Wendland; Costume Design by Laura Bauer; Lighting Design by Christopher Akerlind; Sound Design by Richard Woodbury; Assistant Scenic Design: Rachel Nemec; Associate Costume Design: Bobby Tilley; Assistant Lighting Design: Ben Krall; Associate Sound Design: Jeremy Lee

General Manager: Albert Poland; Company Manager: Daniel Kuney

Production Stage Manager: Jane Grey; Technical Supervisor: Neil A. Mazzella; Stage Manager: Matthew Farrell

Casting: Bernard Telsey; General Press Representative: Jeffrey Richards Associates and Irene Gandy; Dialect Coach: Kate Maré; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Photographer: Joan Marcus

Opening Night Cast

Liev Schreiber (Barry Champlain)
Peter Hermann (Dan Woodruff)
Michael Laurence (Stu Noonan)
Stephanie March (Linda MacArthur)
Christine Pedi (Rachel, Caller’s Voices)
Christy Pusz (Jordan Grant, Caller’s Voices)
Barbara Rosenblat (Dr. Susan Fleming, Caller’s Voices)
Adam Sietz (Sid Greenberg, Caller’s Voices)
Sebastian Stan (Kent)
Marc Thompson (Vince Farber, Caller’s Voices)
Kit Williamson (Spike)
Cornell Womack (Bernie, Caller’s Voices)

Standby: Michael Laurence (Barry Champlain).

Understudies: Michael Laurence (Dan Woodruff), Christine Pedi (Caller’s Voices, Dr. Susan Fleming), Christy Pusz (Caller’s Voices, Linda MacArthur, Rachael), Barbara Rosenblat (Caller’s Voices), Lee Sellars (Dan Woodruff, Spike, Stu Noonan), Adam Sietz (Caller’s Voices), Marc Thompson (Caller’s Voices), Oliver Vaquer (Bernie, Caller’s Voices, Sid Greenberg, Vince Farber), Kit Williamson (Kent), Cornell Womack (Caller’s Voices, Stu Noonan).


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