Broadway, New York Magazine

“Atwater still made his mark – not only because he played blues guitar at a 1988 inaugural ball but also because his ruthless, nihilistic approach to campaigning transformed dirty politics into an art form.”

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Lee Atwater Live On Stage!

“This acclaimed one-man play explores the strategems, cynicism and passion brought to politics by Lee Atwater, self-styled master of negative campaigning and the fun-lovin’ Dixie dude equally at home in the world of delta blues and “dirty tricks” political strategists.”

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The Cult of Lee Atwater

By Maureen Dowd, New York Times

“In his one-man play, “Fixin’ to Die: A Visit to the Mind of Lee Atwater,” which has been produced in Los Angeles and Charleston, South Carolina, Robert Myers has the Atwater character going on rat-a-tat (and appealingly) about his dirty tricks.”

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