The best reason to see Talk Radio is Liev Schreiber – at that's a really good reason. Schreiber plays a Howard Stern-type radio talk show host named Barry Champlain. The play takes place during the course of one evening's show, during which a decision on whether or not the show will be broadcast nationally will be made. It's a very forced premise but even more forced are the over-baked, over-acted “performances” by the radio show's callers. They are so actor-y that they made me cringe at times. But back to Liev, he's great on every level – emotionally, vocally, physically – that all else is forgivable...almost.
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