Nat Segaloff

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Plays by Nat Segaloff

audio The Waldorf Conference

LA Theatre Works
Type: Audio

On November 24, 1947, the most powerful men in American film met in New York’s plush Waldorf-Astoria Hotel to decide how to address the Communist witch-hunt being carried out by the House Un-American Activities Committee. Twenty-four hours later they emerged having created the Hollywood Blacklist. The Waldorf Conference dramatically speculates on what went on in that room.

An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring Edward Asner, Shelley Berman, Charles Durning, David Ellenstein, John Kapelos, Bill Macy, Richard Masur, George Murdock, John Randolph, Ron Rifkin, William Schallert and John Schuck.

Featuring: Edward Asner, Shelley Berman, Charles Durning, David Ellenstein, John Kapelos, Bill Macy, Richard Masur, George Murdock, John Randolph, Ron Rifkin, William Schallert, John Schuck

Nat Segaloff is an American writer and producer. Based in Los Angeles, his many books include The Everything Etiquette Book and The Everything Trivia Book. He has worked in television, producing many biographical programmes including Larry King: Talk of Fame and Stan Lee: The ComiX-Man. Other TV includes Judgment Day for HBO. He is the co-author of the comedy-drama The Waldorf Conference, and an adaptor of Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World.