patti lupone

Entertainment
John Robert Allman's "A Is for Audra" celebrates Patti LuPone, Idina Menzel, Barbra Streisand and more.
Entertainment
They slayed in their respective tributes to musical theater composers.
Queer Voices
Ben Rimalower will reprise his shows "Patti Issues" and "Bad With Money."
Arts & Culture
What would LuPone do if our president showed up at her musical? Well...
Entertainment
Broadway actress rips Madge's drama skills without any filter.
Entertainment
The Comedians panel featured director Taylor Hackford, and the superb cast including Danny DeVito and his daughter Lucy, Edie
Queer Voices
The sassy writer-performer will perform "Patti Issues" and "Bad With Money."
Culture & Arts
It was when I was working with Stephen Sondheim on Merrily We Roll Along. Both Hal and Steve would meet with me in the lounge
Entertainment
Broadway diva is one name for Christine Ebersole, and at her sublime performance in the intimacy of the Café Carlyle, call
Entertainment
With more than a wink, the poised Laura Benanti portrays herself as a child show tune nerd recounting highlights from her
Culture & Arts
What confuses me is that producers, theater owners, journalists, etc. are all sharing in this outrage without admitting, even to themselves, they helped create the monster.
Culture & Arts
Instead of getting depressed about how they don't write 'em like they used to, here's an even dozen shows from the era of Chicago up through the '00s that Encores! might consider in the future.
San Francisco
Is Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd an opera -- or what? The work has been around for thirty-six years and known all around the world -- challenging labels, accommodating professional and academic venues, always a kaleidoscope of actors who sing and singers who act.
Entertainment
For many years I made my living working on television and Broadway and I loved playing the piano for Broadway legends who were recreating an original performance. I felt I was suddenly transported back to the Golden Age of Musicals, a period I missed, but imagined as intensely as any cast-album producer could have wished.
Culture & Arts
If you want an insightful, often-ironic look at the cultural ether, ask a comic. If you want to know how New York City's population operates, ask Colin Quinn. His The New York Story, now off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theater, zings ethnicity, political correctness and the bland stupidity of ignoring diversity.