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Thursday, March 11, 2010
Liev Schreiber’s First Job Was At The 92nd Street Y

Jordan Roth and Liev Schreiber / Photo credit: Joyce Culver’s Jeannie Lieberman is a ubiquitous presence on the Broadway scene and was in attendance at the premiere of the sold out Broadway Talks series with Liev Shreiber, a “fascinating evening” she wrote, and “ground breaking multi-evening conversation series.” (Shreiber, by the way, also spoke with on camera before the event).

There was a big reveal of sorts when, reported Lieberman, Liev: “revealed his personal association with the Y, starting with his first job, a camp counselor where he met his first girlfriend….”

Awww! You can read her full review here.

Upcoming guests in the Broadway Talks events include Sean Hayes on Mar 24 (at 92YTribeca), Laura Linney on Mar 28, and Nathan Lane on Jun 27.

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