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Actress, singer, author, and all-around entertainer Patti LuPone is a beloved star of stage and screen.
Saturday, Nov 2, 2019, 8 p.m.
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Actress, singer, author, and all-around entertainer Patti LuPone is a beloved star of stage and screen. If you’ve been following the exciting Broadway news, LuPone has been cast in the revival of Stephen Sondheim’s Company. The show enjoyed a successful run on London’s West End and is coming to Broadway on March 22, 2020.
Experience the seven-time Tony Award® nominee’s brilliant stage presence and vocals in her acclaimed concert Don’t Monkey with Broadway before she makes her return to the New York theatre scene in Company, where she won a 2019 Olivier Award for Best Actress In a Supporting Role In A Musical. Get your tickets before they sell out and give LuPone a warm Scottsdale welcome on November 2 and celebrate this amazing career accomplishment for the Broadway legend.
LuPone has appeared in numerous films and television shows through the years, including Life Goes On, Law & Order, 30 Rock, and Oz. She received a Primetime Emmy Award® nomination for her work in the sitcom Frasier and a Daytime Emmy Award® nod for the television movie The Song Spinner. The mezzo-soprano is a two-time Grammy Award® winner for her 2007 album Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny, taking home wins in the Best Classical Album and Best Opera Recording categories. Recent TV appearances include American Horror Story: Coven, Penny Dreadful, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and Steven Universe, where she is the voice of Yellow Diamond. She has appeared as herself in Glee, Will & Grace, and Saturday Night Live. Her film credits include Witness, Driving Miss Daisy, State and Main, Heist, Parker, and The Comedian. In 2010, LuPone became an author with the release of The New York Times bestseller Patti LuPone: A Memoir.