Kean recalled his first Meet the Press invitation, when he said he would appear only with Hamilton.
Without them, and there were several in the audience, there would not have been a commission, both Kean and Hamilton agreed.
At one point last week, Kean was quoted as saying that Christie might run.
As Publishers Weekly said, “Kean writes with wit, flair and authority in a debut that will delight even general readers.”
Tom Kean: The perfect caretaker candidate, Kean is a broadly respected icon in New Jersey politics and a Christie mentor.
They pursue Kean to his dressing-room at the theatre; where, unluckily, the Ambassadress herself has taken refuge.
In contrast to Kemble's declamation, Kean's acting was vehement and passionate.
There is no actor can do the principal character besides Kean.
At Birmingham, one of Kean's "benefits" was a total failure.
Thus the theatrical career was closed to me, for you can't play Buridan or Kean with a limp.