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A 'Theatrical Prizefight'

Posted By on Fri, Apr 16, 2010 at 1:31 PM

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That's the name of an event the Times is co-hosting with the Rep next Wednesday and Thursday. At those preview nights of Peter Morgan's acclaimed drama "Frost / Nixon," each performance will be preceded by a panel discussion on the intersection of journalism and politics. On Wednesday, which is also pay-what-you-can night, where patrons can pay as little (or as much) as they want for a ticket, the panel  includes Alan Leveritt, Gerard Matthews, Rep producing artistic director Bob Hupp and "Frost / Nixon" director Gilbert McCauley. It starts at 6:15 p.m. Same time and deal on Thursday (at normal prices), except Max will take Alan's place. If the volcanic ash cloud clears.

Better get your tickets early. I hear they're going quick.

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