John Edwards and Rudy Giuliani with Tim Russert: Radio City Music Hall Speaker Series
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The last date listed for John Edwards and Rudy Giuliani with Tim Russert was Wednesday May 28, 2008 / 8:00pm.
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This soaring new Radio City spectacular starring the high-energy, highly talented Rockettes celebrates the city of New York. An engaging storyline and an unforgettable soundtrack of original music and pop favorites sets the energy for fantastic new choreography and incredible Rockettes dance numbers -- not to mention exciting 3-D special effects and state-of-the-art animatronics. Heart and Lights tells the enchanting story of two cousins who take a bite out of the Big Apple, scouring the city to solve the mystery of their grandmother's secret past. Directed and choreographed by Linda Haberman (Radio City Christmas Spectacular), the show boasts a script by Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning playwright Doug Wright (I Am My Own Wife, Grey Gardens, Disney's The Little Mermaid, and Hands on a Hard Body); an original song by Zina Goldrich and Marcy Heisler, lyricists and composers of Junie B. Jones and Dear Edwina; and original music by composer-arranger Alex Lacamoire, who won a Tony and a Grammy for In the Heights. Learn More
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John Edwards was born in Seneca, South Carolina and raised in Robbins, North Carolina, a small town where he developed his strong belief that all Americans deserve an equal opportunity to succeed and be heard.
Senator Edwards brought a positive message of change to the 2004 presidential primaries where he spoke about the two Americas that exist in our country today. After the primaries, Senator John Kerry picked Senator Edwards to serve as his running mate in the 2004 general election.
During the 2008 campaign for the Democratic nomination for President, Senator Edwards ran an energetic and visionary campaign, which was committed to the issues that make a difference in the lives of all Americans.
In 1993, Rudy Giuliani was elected Mayor of the City of New York. Campaigning on the slogan "One City, One Standard," he focused on reducing crime, reforming welfare, and improving the quality of life.
Mayor Giuliani was widely lauded for his steady hand during these challenging times as mayor. He was named Person of the Year by Time magazine, knighted by the Queen of England, dubbed "Rudy the Rock" by French President Jacques Chirac, and former first lady Nancy Reagan presented him with the Ronald Reagan Presidential Freedom Award.
Tim Russert is the managing editor and moderator of "Meet the Press" and a political analyst for "NBC Nightly News" and the "Today Program." He anchors "The Tim Russert Show," a weekly interview program on MSNBC. Russert also serves as senior vice president and Washington bureau chief of NBC News.
His two books -- "Big Russ and Me" in 2004 and "Wisdom of Our Fathers" in 2006 -- were both New York Times #1 bestsellers.
Russert took over the helm of "Meet the Press" in December 1991. Since then, MTP has become the most watched Sunday morning interview program in America and the most quoted news program in the world.