Frost/Nixon Announces Student Rush Policy
The producers of FROST/NIXON have announced a student rush ticket policy for the day of performances. Subject to availability, tickets in the first row of the theatre are sold on the day of the performance when the box office opens, to any student who holds a valid ID as well as a valid government issued ID. Tickets are $26.25. Two tickets only are available per person.
"No other West End production surpasses Peter Morgan's FROST/NIXON for serious-minded excitement and black comedy, or offers a performance to which that misused adjective 'great' applies As Nixon, Frank Langella manages an extraordinary acting feat. Michael Sheen's Frost, already an expert piece of mimicry, has magnificently deepened and darkened. Michael Grandage stages a swift, brilliant production. I was enthralled, amused and enlightened." - Nicholas de Jongh, The Evening Standard
"It is a must-see: often comic, full of suspense and juicily interesting. One of its two leading actors, Frank Langella, is already a long-term Broadway star. To watch him act beside Britain's own Michael Sheen is a major theatrical event." - Alastair Macauley, The Financial Times
FROST/NIXON is the thrilling new play by Peter Morgan, the Oscar-nominated and Golden Globe-winning author of The Queen and The Last King of Scotland. The cast of ten is lead by two-time Tony® Award winner Frank Langella as President Richard Nixon and Michael Sheen (The Queen) as Sir David Frost, and directed by Michael Grandage. The show begins previews at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre (242 West 45th Street) on March 31. Opening Night is April 22.
In addition to Langella and Sheen, the cast features Remy Auberjonois, Shira Gregory, Corey Johnson, Stephen Kunken, Stephen Rowe, Triney Sandoval, Armand Schultz, and Sonya Walger. Michael Sheen is appearing with the permission of Actors' Equity Association. The Producers gratefully acknowledge Actors' Equity Association for its assistance of this production.
FROST/NIXON, which just completed sold-out engagements on London's West End and at the Donmar Warehouse, tackles the question: How did David Frost, a famous British talk-show host with a playboy reputation, elicit the apology that the rest of the world was waiting to hear from former President Richard Nixon? The fast-paced new play shows the determination, conviction and cunning of two men as they square off in one of the most monumental political interviews of all time.
Tickets are available to the general public by calling Telecharge.com at (212) 239-6200, (800) 432-7250 outside the NY metro area, or online at Telecharge.com. Beginning March 12, tickets will be available at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre box office (242 West 45th Street).
Ticket prices for all performances are $76.25 and $96.25. All prices include a $1.25 facility fee.
March 31 April 15: Monday - Saturday @ 8pm, Wednesday & Saturday @ 2pm; No Saturday matinee performance on April 7
Beginning April 17 onward: Tuesday - Saturday @ 8pm, Wednesday & Saturday @ 2pm, Sunday @ 3pm