THE 39 STEPS Welcomes Peter Greenberg For Talkback 10/6
Alfred Hitchcock's THE 39 STEPS announces CBS News travel journalist Peter Greenberg will host a special post-show talk back with the cast of The 39 Steps on Wednesday, October 6th. Peter and the cast will discuss the exciting U.K. locales that are explored in The 39 Steps - from the London Paladium to the moors of Scotland. The talkback is open to all ticket holders and will take place immediately following the evening performance. There are a limited number of $39 tickets available for every Wednesday performance of The 39 Steps.
Alfred Hitchcock's THE 39 STEPS hosts an ongoing talk back series with comedians, novelists, journalists, Hitchcock aficionados and many more.
Alfred Hitchcock's THE 39 STEPS is currently playing at the New World Stages/ Stage 1 (340 West 50th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues). The long running hit production recently played its 1000th performance in New York City.
THE 39 STEPS features a cast of four actors who, against all odds, breathlessly and hilariously reenact all of the characters, locations and famous scenes in Hitchcock's 1935 film thriller with just a few props and a lot of theatrical ingenuity and split second quick changes.
Peter Greenberg BIOGRAPHY
Peter Greenberg is America's most recognized, honored and respected front-line travel news journalist. Peter is Travel Editor for CBS News, appearing on The Early Show and across many CBS broadcast platforms. Peter is also host of the nationally syndicated Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio show, broadcast each week from a different remote location around the world. This live, three-hour weekly radio program and a daily short-form travel feature is syndicated by Westwood One and is heard on a combined 400+ stations from different remote locations around the globe. An Emmy Award-winning investigative reporter and producer, Peter is the consummate insider when it comes to reporting the travel business as news. No other journalist brings his extensive level of expertise and experience to the travel process. Travel Weekly recently named Peter one of the most influential people in the travel industry, along with Al Gore, Bill Marriott and Richard Branson. His other current titles include Travel Editor at Large for AARP, contributor to The New Yorker, Parade, ForbesTraveler.com and MSN.com. He is also a frequent guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show and The View, as well as on CNN. Peter was the creator, co-executive producer and host of CNBC's acclaimed ratings-winning prime time specials "Inside American Airlines: A Week in the Life," and "Cruise Inc: Big Money on the High Seas." His investigative work culminated in the one-hour NBC Dateline special entitled "Black Box Mystery: The Crash of the Concorde," which premiered in February 2009, revealing for the first time what really happened when the supersonic aircraft crashed outside of Paris in 2000. An expert in aviation safety and security, Peter is creator and co-executive producer of "Secrets of the Black Box," a special series for the History Channel which investigates the world's most tragic aviation disasters. Peter produces and co-hosts a series of one-hour television specials called "The Royal Tour," which feature personal, one-on-one journeys through various countries with their heads of state, including the King of Jordan, Prime Minister of New Zealand and President of Peru, among others. His latest book, Tough Times, Great Travels, published by Rodale, offers his expert advice and insight on how to travel efficiently - and well - during tough economic times. Peter's other books include the New York Times best-sellers Don't Go There!, The Complete Travel Detective Bible, The Traveler's Diet, Flight Crew Confidential, and Hotel Secrets from the Travel Detective. His Web site, PeterGreenberg.com, is one of the fastest growing travel news sites in America.