James Earl Jones and Stars of Broadway's The Best Man Talk Politics at the 92nd Street Y
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The last date listed for A Conversation with James Earl Jones and Stars of The Best Man on Broadway was Monday April 30, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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What an unexpected time we share last night with the Stars from the Best Man. We expected conversation on politics and the theatre, but we also had the funniest exchanges from Mr. James Earl Jones, John Laroquette, Michael McKean, but specially from Eric McCormack. He was too funny and I think he should think about doing Stand Up comedy. Come back to TV Eric, we miss you!!!! I am so glad I attended.
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A panel discussion of the Gore Vidal play, "The Best Man", by members of the cast. The discussion was partially about the relevance of a play, written in 1960, in today's political world.
It was quite enjoyable, but I think the venue could use a...continued
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