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Patti Lupone - In Conversation with Edward Seckerson
Broadway legend and two-time Tony Award winner Patti LuPone sits down with writer and broadcaster Edward Seckerson to talk about her rich and varied career. From her auspicious beginnings with John Houseman's The Acting Company to the overnight sensation of her Evita on Broadway, from the birth of Les Miserables to her unforgettable, Tony Award-winning, portrayal of Mama Rose in Gypsy, LuPone is a shining example of what a real Broadway star is. She's currently wowing London audiences once more in Marianne Elliott's much-acclaimed gender-reversed revival of Sondheim and Furth's Company and this intimate evening promises insights, stories and a few treasured recordings.