It's fitting that Frost/Nixon
is based on a series of television programs, which eventually became a play, and then a film. Fitting because Frost/Nixon
is all about the media, that magical place where politics and celebrity collide. That's the place where the mighty are knocked from their lofty perch one day and redeemed the next. The production caused a sensation in London and New York and the film garnered a slew of Academy Award nominations. So does TimeLine Theatre's version
pack the visual and emotional punches needed to pull off this verbal sparring match? Dueling Critics Kelly Kleiman and Jonathan Abarbanel share their reviews.Music Button: Orchard Lounge spins Rodion performing "Piano Song"