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FRANK LANGELLA Man and Boy

Frank Langella

Frank Langella as Gregor Antonescu, "the darker I make him, the more the audience seems to like him." -- Frank Langella (photo © 2011 Joan Marcus)

on Thirteen: 
Fri., November 11th
 at 1:00 AM

on CUNY TV:

Sat., November 12th at 8:30 PM
Sun., November 13th at 12:30 PM and
Mon., November 14th at 7:30 AM, 1:30 PM & 7:30 PM

We welcome back the great Frank Langella, now appearing in Terence Rattigan’s  Man and Boy at The Roundabout’s American Airlines Theatre. The master actor discusses his interpretation of the sinister financier Gregor Antonescu, the central character of this drama. Although Rattigan wrote this play in 1963, it resonates with modern audiences, evoking the shock of the Madoff scandal, among others.

Langella also talks about his upcoming book, Dropped Names, in which he reminisces about many of the fascinating and eminent people whom he got to know throughout his lengthy and distinguished career in show business.

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