Not surprisingly, considering that we are days away from one of the most important presidential elections of our lifetimes, we\u2019ve seen a lot of politically motivated live and virtual performances at various theaters throughout the state. Eastbound Theatre in Milford is about to do an encore presentation of \u201cFrost\/Nixon.\u201d According to Lori Lewis, the marketing director for the theater, the live streamed event went so well that they will present the play again on Nov. 1. Lorie, who knows just about everything that goes on in the theater even gets her fair share of the credits as she acts as a narrator introducing the cast to the audience. \u201cThis was our first production of the season,\u201d she said and we even had a gender bending of the rules with a female playing the role of a male in the production. We had actors from everywhere auditioning for the roles. One actor from California and an Equity actor who got special permission to be in the show. It was phenomenal.\u201d The play is based on the 1977 interviews with English talk-show host David Frost who wants to be seen as an important television host. He intends to do so by interviewing Richard M. Nixon who resigned from the U.S. presidency in disgrace. Nixon hopes the interviews will re-establish his image. This sets up both men for a precarious series of one-up-man-ship. Frost is warned that Nixon is called \u201cTricky Dick\u201d for a reason and Frost risks his career on the interviews. The streamed presentation was made possible thanks to an Eastbound volunteer - Don Rowe. \u201cHe volunteered to be the technical producer,\u201d explained Lorie, who said the production was fabulous. For more information about \u201cFrost\/Nixon\u201d visit milfordarts.org. As for their next presentation, Lewis said that it will be a while before the theater gets back to near normal. \u201cWe did some summer pop ups at the historical society, and it\u2019s possible that we might do something at the Parson\u2019s veteran Auditorium at the Government Center. All things are possible,\u201d said the enthusiastic Lewis. All things considered, she is absolutely correct. Theaters have learned a lot so far in this age of COVID-19. They can now reach actors from all over the country for spotlight appearances. They can also reach audiences globally. Once theaters are back and audiences return to see the real live theater again, theaters will be ready to knock our socks off. Don\u2019t forget that \u201cRFK\u201d (Robert F.Kennedy) runs at the Music Theatre of CT in Norwalk through Nov. 8. This is about Robert Kennedy\u2019s life after the assassination of his brother John F. Kennedy. Contact the theater for tickets either in the theater or for the virtual production at musictheatreofct.com. Joanne Greco Rochman was a founding member of the Connecticut Critics Circle and is a current member in The American Theatre Critics Association. She welcomes comments. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.