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Dramatists Play Service, 2009 - Drama - 61 pages
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"British talk-show host David Frost has become a lowbrow laughing-stock. Richard M. Nixon has just resigned the United States presidency in total disgrace over Vietnam and the Watergate scandal. Determined to resurrect his career, Frost risks everything on a series of in-depth interviews in order to extract an apology from Nixon. The cagey Nixon, however, is equally bent on redeeming himself in his nation's eyes. In the television age, image is king, and both men are desperate to outtalk and upstage each other as the cameras roll. The result is the interview that sealed a president's legacy."--Publisher's description.

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Review: Frost/Nixon

User Review  - G. Adams - Goodreads

A bajillion scene changes -- stops short of greatness in a dramatic sense. Requires an actor who can convincingly portray Nixon without becoming a parody. Read full review

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User Review  - Katie Thompson - Goodreads

I saw this play at a local theater and loved it enough to but a copy. Frost/Nixon is an extremely unique look at Nixon and his failures; instead of vilifying him, it presents him as a flawed human ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Peter Morgan’s first stage play is FROST/NIXON. It was developed with producer Matthew Byam Shaw for The Donmar Warehouse. His film credits include screenplays for “The Queen,” starring Helen Mirren and Michael Sheen (Academy Award nomination; Golden Globe Winner); “The Last King of Scotland,” starring Forest Whitaker (BAFTA Award Winner), and the screen adaptation of FROST/NIXON, directed by Ron Howard, starring Frank Langella and Michael Sheen. His TV credits include HBO’s multi-Golden-Globe winning “Longford,” “The Deal” (BAFTA Award for Best Single Drama), and “Henry VIII” (International Emmy for Best Drama, 2004).

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