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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.
Get ready to goof on "Pippin," ''Kinky Boots," ''Matilda the Musical" and "Motown the Musical" - the theater spoof revue "Forbidden Broadway" is sharpening its witty claws again.
Playwright Tom Stoppard's first big hit starred two unlikely heroes - a pair of insignificant characters lifted from "Hamlet."
Jason Statham tries working with a top-notch director and a surprisingly strong supporting cast in a film based on an acclaimed series of caper novels, and winds up falling flat in the most surprising of ways.
David Mamet's new play "The Anarchist" and Katie Lee Gifford's "Scandalous" will both end their Broadway runs much earlier than their creators wanted.
David Mamet's new play "The Anarchist" contains _ shock! _ not a single swear word. But some are certain to be used by theatergoers walking out after the show.
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.
Broadway superstar Audra McDonald is adding a new chapter to her long history with Lincoln Center.
While Matthew Broderick clearly can take a joke, it might be best if he skips the latest edition of the theater spoof "Forbidden Broadway."
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.
Al Pacino is returning to the ugly world of real estate _ he's revisiting "Glengarry Glen Ross" on Broadway this fall.
Judith Light, who plays an acerbic alcoholic in "Other Desert Cities," won won the first acting Tony Award of 2012 on a night that promises to be a nail-biter in many categories and a feast for the eyes and ears with a record 16 musical numbers.
The bittersweet musical "Once" has jumped out to a lead at the 2012 Tony Awards, taking four honors so far, including best direction of a musical. But "Peter and the Starcatcher" was close behind with three awards.
Debra Winger, the star of such movies as "An Officer and a Gentleman" and "Urban Cowboy," will make her Broadway debut this winter in a new work by David Mamet.
"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.