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Taylor Mac and Mandy Patinkin do songs for the apocalypse
Disclosure: I busted my ass to get from a TV appearance to Evita but got there moments late. I had to watch the first 15 minutes on a monitor in the lobby, then was allowed in to my seat. And it was worth the ass-busting. I always thought the highly conceptualized 1979 Harold Prince-directed prod ... More >>
In his own revue currently on Broadway, the charming Hugh Jackman sings a snippet of "I Won't Dance," backed by a full orchestra, dancing girls, and a slide show. In An Evening With Patti LuPone and Mandy Patinkin, Broadway vets Patti and Mandy do the same song conversationally and intimately, sitt ... More >>
Brigitte Lacombe And if you had to say "Patti and Mandy who?" then you're not going to care anyway, so just go back to your football game. I'm obviously talking about former Evita co-stars Patti LuPone and Mandy Patinkin, who have been touring in a two-person evening of belting and who are a ... More >>
The Public Theater offers a diary product—Rinne Groff's Compulsion
How Anne Franks diary reached the American masses
Laphams Quarterly explores celebrity
Jung's Red Book at the Rubin, w/admission
eatmedaily.com Eat Me Daily has a little fun with the official unmasking of Times food critic Frank Bruni. Of the many recognizable men who could pass for Bruni, The Princess Bride's Mandy Patinkin (were he more meticulously plucked) and a young Charles Grodin are the most believable.
Tony winner Mandy Patinkin stars in the Bards classic
Stephen Sondheim must be fed up with having been appointed the great granddaddy of the Broadway scene, always revived and feted, but unable to get a new show on Broadway (even though a bunch of young nitwits threw together something called Glory Days and got readily mounted this year, as it were). S ... More >>
The first full-length from the video director of a-ha's "Take On Me"
In which Tristan journeys to Berlin to present at a sex-positive weekend
Hello Meta Man; the Grim Reaper Lands a Series
Losing the Plot at Sundance
Taking Torah on the road
No sense making sense now