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    SPEAKER SERIES: THE MINDS THAT MOVE THE WORLD - Bill Maher and Ann Coulter

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    March 10, 2009

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    SPEAKER SERIES: THE MINDS THAT MOVE THE WORLD - Bill Maher and Ann Coulter

    MSG Entertainment and Citi Performing Arts Center present the 2009 "Speaker Series: The Minds That Move The World," a timely and important series of events that will provide attendees with a unique framework for understanding America's current political landscape and place in world politics, through the insights of some of the most prominent political figures of our time. Due to the overwhelming success of last year's inaugural...

    MSG Entertainment and Citi Performing Arts Center present the 2009 "Speaker Series: The Minds That Move The World," a timely and important series of events that will provide attendees with a unique framework for understanding America's current political landscape and place in world politics, through the insights of some of the most prominent political figures of our time. Due to the overwhelming success of last year's inaugural "Speaker Series" that premiered at Radio City Music Hall in New York, this unique political forum is expanding in 2009 to Boston where Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre will host four engaging events over a three month period. In light of the new political environment that faces our nation, the "Speaker Series: The Minds That Move The World" will undoubtedly generate heated discussion as the best political minds of our day, including former Vice President Al Gore and former Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove, examine the most talked about topics surrounding current events. Beginning March 10th, the Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre will host four special evenings with top political leaders and pundits, including former U.S. Vice President Al Gore; former Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove; high profile political strategists James Carville; comedic political commentator Bill Maher; political hosts and commentators Ann Coulter, Charlie Rose, Soledad O'Brien, Lisa Ling and John Quinones; and political activist Al Sharpton. High profile political experts will serve as event moderators for several of the evenings. For more info, visit www.speakerseries2009.com.


    Citi Wang Theatre

    270 Tremont Street
    Boston, MA 02116

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    Admission Info:
    Ticket prices range from $38 - $200.


    General Day and Time Info:
    8 PM

    Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre 2009 "Speaker Series" Schedule:
    (All show times are 8PM)

    MARCH 10: Bill Maher and Ann Coulter
    MARCH 30: Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore
    MAY 27: Charlie Rose interviewing James Carville and former Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove
    JUNE 9: Soledad O'Brien interviewing Al Sharpton, Lisa Ling and John Quinones

    Phone: 1-866-348-9738


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    • Event Name: SPEAKER SERIES: THE MINDS THAT MOVE THE WORLD - Bill Maher and Ann Coulter
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      Comment posted by: Victoria Renaud from Boston, MA, Mar 04, 2009

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