Patti LuPone reflected on her early experiences in LA and why she enjoyed working with other theater actors on the set of Hollywood.
After getting some awful reviews, producers announced last night that The Anarchist, the new play written and directed by David Mamet, will give its final performance on Sunday, December 16th.
Three-time Academy Award nominee Debra Winger is set to make her Broadway debut in the American premiere of The Anarchist a new play written and directed by David Mamet.
When LuPone was asked about the standard she holds other actors to, she says, “It’s always about the audience. I mean, I’m mad when I come out of a theater, and it’s mediocre, and I’ve spent over 300 bucks. I’m furious. It’s a higher-stake game now, and everybody has to be on top of their game. And you can’t have anybody go out there and dis the play, dis the playwright, dis the audience — you can’t. It’s unacceptable.”
If you missed the all-star production of Stephen Sondheim‘s Company that was recently mounted by the New York Philharmonic (and you probably did), don’t worry – it was filmed and will be in movie theaters across the country in June! Starring Neil Patrick Harris as Bobby, the show also featured
Patti LuPone sat down and talked with Playbill about her new musical, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown. She talked about opening a new musical on Broadway and how musicals require stamina.