Theatre director Nicholas Kent, right, and actor Peter Davison (Rex Tillerson) rehearse for the play "All the President's Men?" in London Thursday, April 20, 2017.
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LONDON: Coming soon to the West End and Broadway stage: Rex Tillerson, Jeff Sessions, Tom Price and Scott Pruitt. Four key players in Washington's current regime are central characters in a "verbatim play," boiled down from combative U.S. Senate confirmation hearings, that looks for clues to the government's direction from the American president's Cabinet picks.It will play New York's Town Hall theater May 11 with a U.S. cast reported to include some famous names.Nicholas Kent, who has created and directed "All the President's Men?" said he wanted to understand what Trump, the ultimate outsider politician, actually stands for.The play is backed by Britain's National Theatre and New York's Public Theater.Kent says the president himself appears in the play only through "a few tweets".
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