Janet McTeer, Liev Schreiber, and More on the Timeliness of Les Liaisons Dangereuses

The new Broadway production of Christopher Hampton's acclaimed drama celebrates opening night.

Sex and scandal take center stage in Christopher Hampton's Tony-nominated drama Les Liaisons Dangereuses, now on Broadway in a revival presented by London's Donmar Warehouse. It's a surprisingly timely play, as opening-night guest F. Murray Abraham was quick to point out, one that stars Janet McTeer and Liev Schreiber liken to performing jazz music. At the decadent opening-night party at Gotham Hall, McTeer, Schreiber, and their fellow cast members identified the thrills of Josie Rourke's new production and the electricity that comes with it.

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