Seen and Heard

Seen and Heard

Seen on Broadway: Liev Schreiber’s frenzied, slashing performance is the best reason to see Eric Bogosian’s off Broadway hit Talk Radio, which, now more than ever, is a one-person show that has little need for the other people in it. Making its Broadway debut at the Longacre, Talk Radio casts Schreiber as Barry Champlain, a DJ at the dawn of the talk format whose ranting disgust for his clueless, sometimes bonkers, listeners and the declining state of America is only

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