Andrews will make an appearance at the Union Square Barnes and Noble April 2 at 7 PM. The Academy Award-winning actress will sign and discuss her memoir, "Home: A Memoir of My Early Years." The memoir, including over 50 personal photographs, spans Andrews' life from 1935-1962.
The uptown Lincoln Triangle Barnes and Noble will host vocalist and recording artist Emily Saxe April 7 at 6 PM. Saxe will perform selections from her eclectic PS Classics album, "Keeping You in Mind."
Broadway champion, actress and producer Rosie O'Donnell stops by the Fifth Avenue Barnes and Noble (at 46th Street) April 8 at 12:30 PM. O'Donnell will promote her book "Crafty U: 100 Easy Projects the Whole Family Can Enjoy All Year Long."
Bistro Award winner Christine Pedi makes a stop at the Lincoln Triangle Barnes and Noble April 9 at 6 PM. Pedi, known for her uncanny impressions featured in Forbidden Broadway, will perform a selection from her Broadway-themed cabaret act, "The Great Dames."
Members of the Actors Company Theatre will head over to the Barnes and Noble at 82nd and Broadway to read selections from Tennessee Williams' Eccentricities of a Nightingale as part of "The Public and Private Tennessee Williams" at 7 PM on April 15. Best Little Whorehouse songwriter Carol Hall appears with special guests Scott Coulter, Tim Di Pasqua, Tom Andersen, Sally Mayes and Steven Lutvak April 23 at 6 PM at the Lincoln Triangle location. Hall and company will perform selections from her new recording "Hallways."
Looking into May, Grammy Award winner Maureen McGovern will appear at the Lincoln Triangle Barnes and Noble to perform selections from "A Long and Winding Road." The album, recorded by PS Classics, is based upon McGovern's recent Metropolitan Room cabaret act. The signing and performance will take place May 5 at 5:30 PM.
Tony nominee Melissa Errico will appear at the West Village (Warren and Greenwich St.) location on May 13 at 4 PM to perform highlights from and sign copies of her latest album, "Lullabies & Wildflowers."
A Chorus Line's Mario Lopez stops by the Fifth Avenue and 46th Street Barnes and Noble to sign copies of his latest book, "Mario Lopez Fitness Workout," on May 14 at 1 PM.
Concluding the May events will be Xanadu star Kerry Butler, who celebrates the release of her solo recording debut on the PS Classics label, "Faith, Trust & Pixie Dust," with a performance and signing on May 15 at 5:30 PM at the Lincoln Triangle location.
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