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An Evening with Patti LuPone is a spectacular theatrical production, a once in a lifetime event that stars two Broadway living legends. This is a production that brings to the stage two Tony Award winning actresses and friends, virtuosos in the art of acting, for their first ever performance together since playing roles in Evita. This is a superb production, more than concert, that uses music to tell a love story through some of the best songs ever composed for the stage. It is a production that is intimate, full of passion, funny and totally unforgettable. Many have already ordered An Evening with Patti LuPone tickets to catch on stage the two most famous performers of Broadway fame.
Patti LuPoine is an American singer and actress from Northpost, New York who has been active in American theatre since 1968. She studied at the famous Juilliard school and is best known for her performance in Evita, a famous musical that premiered in 1979 in which she played the role of Eva Peron. She is also renowned for playing the role of Fantine in Les Miserables, part of the original West End production’s cast. More recently, she has captured the spotlight with her performance of Mama Rose in Gypsy’s 2008 revival production. She won a Tony Award for this performance.
The star of the An Evening with Patti LuPone production, she was born to a school administrator and college library administrator on Long Island. Famous opera singer, Adelina Patti, was her great grand aunt and her older brother is also a renowned actor, director and dancer. With her brothers, she began performing at a young age in Long Island under the name, the LuPone Trio. She graduated from the Northport High School where she had studied under Esther Scott, a voice coach.
She went on to graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Juilliard and in 1972, joined The Acting Company as one of its original members. A famous repertory theater company, mostly for its national tours, she would play roles in many of its productions including The Cradle Will Rock, Women Beware Women, The School for Scandal, The Beggar’s Opera, The Lower Depths, The Time of Your Life, The Hostage, Measure for Measure, Next Time I’ll Sing to You, Scapin, The Orchestra, Edward II, Love’s Labours Lost, The Way of the World and Arms & the Man.
Her first Broadway production role, well before An Evening with Patti LuPone, was in The Three Sisters in 1973 in which she played the role of Irina in The Three Sisters. She won her first Tony Award nomination as the Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her role in The Robber Bridegroom in 1975. In 1976, she played the role of Genevieve in The Baker’s Wife. In 1977, she began collaborating with David Mamet and has gone on to star in many of his plays including The Woods, The Blue Hour, All Men are Whores, The Water Engine and Edmond and The Old Neighborhood.
Her performances were praised by the likes of The New York Times as early as the seventies, who described her performances as ‘stunning’ and filled with ‘naturalistic fire’. She would go on to star in Working by Studs Terkel and Evita, a role that is one of her most popular to date.
She would go on to play roles in Sunset Boulevard, her first one woman show Patti LuPone on braodway, Master Class and Noises Off’s Broadway revival. She also played roles in many New York musicals including Pal Joey, Annie Get Your Gun, Sweeney Todd, Anything Goes, Can–Can, City Center Encores!, Passion, Candide and Gypsy. She has been performing regularly at the Ravinia Festival in Chicago since 2001. She has also played in a concert presentation of musicals by Stephen Sondheim, a six year long series.
During the seventies, she received a Tony Award nomination and a Drama Desk Award nomination. During the eighties, she won one Tony Award, received two Tony Award nominations, two Laurence Olivier Awards and two Drama Desk Awards. In the nineties, she won an Outer Critics Circle Award and a Laurence Olivier Award nomination. In 2006, she received a Tony Award, Drama Desk Award and Outer Critics Circle Award nomination. In 2008, she won a Tony Award, Drama Desk Award, Drama League Award and Outer Critics Award. She is a star to catch live in this production and concert, so book your An Evening with Patti LuPone tickets and watch her live.