Frost/Nixon to transfer to Broadway
Award-winning West End play Frost/Nixon is set to move to New York this spring.
The production, which stars Frank Langella as President Nixon and Michael Sheen as David Frost will open at the Bernard B Jacobs Theatre in New York for a 20-week run from April 22.
Written by Peter Morgan, the play has been nominated for three Olivier Awards, including Best New Play and has won an Evening Standard Award.
Currently running at the Gielgud Theatre until February 3, the play started its run at the Donmar Warehouse and is directed by Michael Grandage. The Broadway transfer will be produced by Matthew Byam Shaw, Arielle Tepper Madover, Robert Fox and Act Productions.
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