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Topic - Patti Lupone
Few have more connections in the Broadway ecosystem than Seth Rudetsky. He played the piano for Audra McDonald's senior recital at Juilliard - long before she was a star. He's Patti LuPone's go-to accompanist and Tina Fey attended the opening night of his new off-Broadway show.
Laura Benanti has been on a bit of a roll since she showed up drunk at the Tony Awards.
Broadway superstar Audra McDonald is adding a new chapter to her long history with Lincoln Center. The singer-actress is the new host of "Live From Lincoln Center," the center said Tuesday.
Two-time Tony Award winner Martin Pakledinaz, who designed hundreds of costumes for stars such as Sutton Foster and Patti LuPone, has died, his agent said Monday. He was 58.
Patti LuPone and Laurie Metcalf will star in David Mamet's "The Anarchist" on Broadway next fall.
Patti LuPone and Mandy Patinkin, who first teamed up together in the musical "Evita," are coming back to Broadway.
Nikki M. James isn't about to let the fact that she grew up idolizing Patti LuPone stop her from trying to beat the Broadway icon at the Tony Awards.
Patti LuPone tells the story of the time Arthur Laurents violated theater folklore: The director, playwright and screenwriter had unwittingly uttered the word "Macbeth" backstage during the 2008 Broadway revival of "Gypsy." As most drama buffs know, saying the title of Shakespeare's play spells unfortunate luck for a production.
Arthur Laurents, the director, playwright and screenwriter who wrote such enduring stage musicals as "West Side Story" and "Gypsy," as well as the movie classics "Rope" and "The Way We Were," died Thursday. He was 93.
Broadway stars Patti LuPone and Barbara Cook joined director Francis Ford Coppola and playwright John Guare on Sunday to present this year's Opera News Awards.
"He pays enormous respect to the music and shows an enormous amount of love. You want someone coming at it with a pure heart and that's Seth," says LuPone.
"We'll see if I fall down by the end of the evening, or by the middle," she said lightly.