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Why see Patti Lupone?

Don't Monkey With Broadway!

One of Americas greatest living stars of musical theater is heading to the stage and will be leading you on a journey, as she explores her love affair with Broadway and gives her opinion and concerns for what the Great White Way is becoming today.

LuPone will do this through iconic interpretations of classic Broadway show tunes by the likes of Stephen Schwartz, Stephen Sondheim, Irving Berlin and many more!

Patti LuPone's remarkable career has stretched back over 40 years. She made her Broadway debut in 1973 in the Chekhov adaptation The Three Sisters, and would go on to make The Great White Way her second home. Among her many credits are her Tony-winning turns in the original production of Evita and the 2008 revival of Gypsy, while her television and film work spans everything from HBO's Girls to Driving Miss Daisy

Don't miss this intimate performance, complete with behind-the-scenes anecdotes!

Key Information

Audience

Suitable for audiences of all ages

Dates

Finished Apr 20

Reviews

Customer reviews

3 reviews, average rating: (4.3 Stars)

Stuart Flatow

Thunderous applause for Ms. LaPone

She is the complete package. Voice, grace, stage presence, emotion, audience interaction. The two gents accompanying her were fabulous. So glad I got to see her. ... Read more

Alexis

LuPone in Concert - PHENOMENAL

Saw her three times this year, twice at 54 Below in New York in January and most recently in Toledo on March 4. I'm always fascinated by her ability to transport the audience into another world, by her performing skills, acting skills and magnificent voice. During her most recent concert she was wounded. She had broken her wrist and sprained her knee during an accident while filming, she still performed outstandingly and besides the cast on her arm you wouldn't have known. Her voice is one of the few miracles in the world. And when you're able to sing Don't Cry For Me Argentina in the original key and still sound the same, or even better than 46 years ago, at the age of 73, then you're phenomenal! She's a legend and they don't make performancers like her anymore. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND TO GO SEE HER IN CONCERT. Especially if you like Broadway. And she's for all ages, I'm 23. ... Read more

Miesha

Thank you!!

I laughed...I got goosebumps...I cried tears...I loved it! Thank you Patti for sharing so much passion and talent. Thank you Davies for hosting and sharing such a fabulous performance for SF! 💕 ... Read more

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