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Simply Daniel Radcliffe
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On Tuesday, Checkology® students at two NYC schools saw The Lifespan of A Fact — followed by a talkback, moderated by NLP founder and CEO Alan Miller (left), with director Leigh Silverman and actors Bobby Cannavale, Daniel Radcliffe and Cherry Jones. The topic: “true” versus “true-ish.”

The 30-minute Q&A covered a number of topics, such as the importance of the arts and the ability to enjoy a movie “based on a true story” without looking up every fact upon leaving the theater. The actors also had a strong message for the students, describing how their roles in the play had strengthened their respect for journalism and for real-life fact-checkers. In fact, in preparation for this part, Radcliffe shadowed a fact-checker at The New Yorker.  

“It gave me incredible faith,” Radcliffe said, noting that he was “inspired” by the “people out there who are doing this job and doing it amazingly rigorously.”  

Photos from that Q and A were posted on Facebook you can view them below

THEATRE > THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT (2018) > THE NEWS LITERACY PROJECT

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The Lifespan of a Fact did a special performance for the Actor’s Fund. Photos were posted on facebook from the official Actor’s Fund Page.

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We had a great start to 2019 with a matinee Special Performance of The Lifespan of a Fact. Our thanks to the producers and the amazing Cherry Jones, Daniel Radcliffe, Bobby Cannavale and everyone at Studio 54 for donating their time and talents to The Fund

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I wanna thank all the contributors and the members for coming to our Lifespan of a Fact Facebook group to read and see our posts. Thank you Susanne for all your help. I cannot thank you enough and for being my friend as well. Also since we’ve been posting on the group there are several articles I may not have actually posted on the site so I am gonna post them in our press archive. You can view them all here. The articles listed.

Page Six Anti-fake news company taking staffers to Daniel Radcliffe’s fact-checking play
The Gazette Virginian Celebrity road
Times Square Chronicles He Says: The Lifespan of a Fact Finds Its Truth
Journal Inquirer ‘Lifespan of a Fact’ allows audience to draw its own conclusion
London Theatre Brits on Broadway: Daniel Radcliffe
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How Broadway made Dan a better actor. Hear the podcast below.

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Daniel Radcliffe talks about hosting Thanksgiving for the first time, his love of English and American football and playing a fact checker in the Broadway play The Lifespan of a Fact. He also explains his reasons for avoiding Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and why he never uses disguises to go out in public.

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Daniel Radcliffe made his Broadway musical debut as J. Pierrepont Finch in the 2011 revival of the Frank Loesser musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. In the show, Radcliffe’s character is a window washer who climbs the corporate ladder with the aid of a self-help book and not much else. In this edition of our Theater Gone Wrong series, Radcliffe remembers the antics of one overzealous How to Succeed… ensemble member who managed to fail at his musical theater entrance by trying a little too hard.

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The producers of Daniel Radcliffe’s Broadway show about truth in journalism are extending a formal invite to President Trump and the First Lady — as a teaching moment.

“While we respect how you like to challenge facts, to create ‘alternative facts,’ we invite you to spend ninety minutes with us and face this hot button issue head on, in the dark, in a theater, of all places,” reads the invite from producers Jeffrey Richards, Deanna Twain and Will Trice.

The producers also suggested that Trump might learn how to better spot “fake news” about himself after seeing the show. They appealed to Trump’s history as a Broadway player to make their invite more alluring. In 1970, Trump, then 23, invested in the comedy “Paris is Out!” which fizzled out after fewer than 100 performances.

Their Letter can be read down below

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Fact: You can meet the cast of the critically acclaimed The Lifespan of a Fact when you see the show from VIP seats, and take home autographed keepsakes from the show’s stars.

You and a guest will see The Lifespan of a Fact from VIP seats in Broadway’s historic Studio 54.

Afterward, head backstage to meet and get a photo with the star-studded cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones, and Bobby Cannavale.

You’ll take home Radcliffe’s prop notebook from rehearsals and previews of the show, complete with Radcliffe’s handwritten notes and signed by Radcliffe, Jones and Cannavale. You will also receive a potholder used in the production, handmade by two-time Tony Award winner Jones.

To top it off, you will receive a poster from the show, signed by the cast.

This extraordinary once-in-a-lifetime experience and package is sure to be remembered and treasured for years to come.

Dates

Experience will occur within the following date range(s):
Nov 30, 2018 to Jan 05, 2019

Additional Lot Details

Valid for 2 people.
Participant must be at least 16.
This is a private meet and greet.
Length of meet and greet: 5 minutes.
The winner may take a photo.
The winner can not take anything to be signed.
The Lifespan of a Fact is scheduled to close on January 13, 2019. This experience must be fulfilled on a mutually agreed upon date before then.

Go to CharityBuzz for the auction details

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New Interview where Dan talks about Can facts be embellished in non-fiction for the sake of art?

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Update: Two additional videos have been posted click below to see more.

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Dan was recently on The View I posted an outtake when they announced him on the View backstage on our instagram. Down below is the full interview.

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