• Produced by Arielle Tepper Madover

The interview that sealed a president's legacy.

British talk-show host David Frost has become a lowbrow laughing-stock. Richard M. Nixon has just resigned the United States presidency in total disgrace over Vietnam and the Watergate scandal. Determined to resurrect his career, Frost risks everything on a series of in-depth interviews in order to extract an apology from Nixon. The cagey Nixon, however, is equally bent on redeeming himself in his nation's eyes. In the television age, image is king, and both men are desperate to outtalk and upstage each other as the cameras roll. 

David Frost’s interview with Richard Nixon drew the largest ever for a news interview. Could this British talk-show host, with no political convictions and a playboy reputation, be the one to elicit an apology from the man who committed one of the biggest felonies in American political history?

Read the full review of Frost/Nixon from The New York Times.

Frost/Nixon Production Image


  • Directed by
    Michael Grandage
  • Scenic Design
    Christopher Oram
  • Lighting Design
    Neil Austin
  • Music
    Adam Cork
  • Associate Direction
    Seth Sklar


  • Richard Nixon
    Frank Langella
  • David Frost
    Michael Sheen
  • Jim Reston, Jr
    Stephen Kunken
  • Jack Brennan
    Corey Johnson
  • Bob Zelnick
    Armand Schultz
  • John Birt
    Remy Auberjonois
  • Caroline Cushing
    Sonya Walger
  • Swifty Lazar/Mike Wallace
    Stephen Rowe
  • Manolo Sanchez
    Triney Sandoval
  • Evonne Goolagong
    Shira Gregory
  • Ensemble
    Roxanna Hope
  • Ensemble
    Antony Hagopian
  • Ensemble
    Dennis Cockrum

Show Information

  • Preview Date
    March 29, 2007
  • Opening Date
    April 20, 2007
  • Closing Date
    August 17, 2007
  • Location
    Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre
    242 West 45th Street
    New York, NY
  • Drama Desk Award
    Outstanding Actor in a Play - Frank Langella (Winner)
    Outstanding Director of a Play - Michael Grandage (Nominee)
    Outstanding Music in a Play - Adam Cork (Nominee)
    Outstanding Play - Peter Morgan (Nominee)
  • Drama League Award
    Distinguished Production of a Play (Nominee)
  • Tony Award®
    Best Actor in a Play - Frank Langella (Winner)
    Best Direction of a Play - Michael Grandage (Nominee)
    Best Play (Nominee)


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