Frost/Nixon | St Francis of Assisi Catholic Church | Stage | Indy Week
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When: Sept. 7-23 2012
Price: $10-20

Whether the stage and screen chemistry of Michael Sheen and Frank Langella as the title characters in Frost/Nixon can be recaptured in the Justice Theater Project's production is a question that can only be answered by seeing it for yourself. But there's guaranteed to be plenty of drama on stage in Peter Morgan's look back at the famous TV interviews that dared to confront the disgraced former president. The performance on Sunday, Sept. 23, features a post-show reception and discussion with James Reston Jr., who worked with David Frost on the interviews and whose subsequent book, The Conviction of Richard Nixon, helped inspire the play. Performances are Fridays–Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. through Sept. 23 in Clare Hall at St. Francis of Assisi, 11401 Leesville Road. —Zack Smith

Correction: The post-show discussion with author James Reston Jr. is Sunday, Sept. 23 (not Friday, Sept. 7).

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