Trial on the Potomac, The Impeachment of Richard Nixon - August 04 - September 04, 2021

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  • Rich Little head shot

    Rich Little

    as President Richard M. Nixon

    THE master of more than 200 voices, including  Presidents: JFK, LBJ, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan (entertained- both inaugurations), Clinton, both Bushes, Obama, Trump,  and now, Biden, Rich is especially fond of doing Jimmy Stewart, Jack Lemmon, John Wayne, Bogart, Kermit, Dr. Phil, Schwarzenegger, and Stallone. In 2010, Little became a U. S citizen. During his Swearing-in, the Judge asked Rich to recite the Pledge of Allegiance as John Wayne. He did.

  • Paul Caliendo head shot

    Paul Caliendo

    as Chief Justice Warren Burger

    Off-B'way: Journey To The Sea Of Palestine, Early Bird Special. Stage: On Golden Pond, City of Angels, Noises Off, West Side Story, 1776, Carousel, White Christmas, Ragtime, Legally Blonde, The Producers, Guys and Dolls, The Crucible, All My Sons, The Fantasticks, Dracula, Drowsy Chaperone, The Sound of Music, Arsenic and Old Lace, My Fair Lady. Film: Come Here Often, Shadows. TV: Evil Lives Here ( ID Channel)

  • Victor Colicchio head shot

    Victor Colicchio

    as John Sirica, Watergate Trial Judge

    Film/TV: Black Klansman, The Irishman, The Brave One, Inside Man, Goodfellas, The Sopranos, Law & Order.  Series regular,  3rd Watch, New York Undercover, and The Invisible Man. As a screenwriter, Victor co-wrote SUMMER of SAM with Michael Imperioli for director Spike Lee. Off-B’way: Half  Deserted Streets, and Wrong Turn with George C. Scott, Directed by Gary Marshall. Colicchio credits Robert Moresco & Spike Lee for teaching him everything he knows about acting & writing.  Great men, teachers, and friends.

  • Tom Gregory head shot

    Tom Gregory

    as Peter Rodino, Lead Prosecutor

    Stage: Paul in Barefoot in the Park, David in Twilight of the Golds, Father Flynn in Doubt: A Parable, and Lord Darlington in Lady Windermere’s Fan. Radio: Leeza Gibbons’  Hollywood Confidential. Tom produced a youtube comedy Gregory Way and Classic Hollywood - stories about filmdom’s tragic stars.

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