Broadway's O'Donnell, Bass, Clark, Lithgow, More to Appear at Barnes & Noble

News   Broadway's O'Donnell, Bass, Clark, Lithgow, More to Appear at Barnes & Noble
 
Judy Kuhn, Rosie O'Donnell, Julianne Moore, Lance Bass, Victoria Clark, Steve Martin and John Lithgow are among the stage stars who will appear at upcoming events at Barnes & Noble bookstores across New York City.

During October and November, a number of stage folk will be performing or signing copies of their latest publications or recordings. Sir David Frost — whose interview was the focus of Broadway's Frost/Nixon — will also hit a local branch to promote his latest effort. Upcoming events (subject to change) include:

  • Oct. 3 (6 PM): Judy Kuhn (her CD "Serious Playground") - Lincoln Center branch
  • Oct. 9 (12:30 PM): Rosie O'Donnell ("Celebrity Detox") - Fifth Avenue branch
  • Oct. 23 (10:30 AM): Julianne Moore ("Freckleface Strawberry") - Lincoln Center
  • Oct. 23 (12:30 PM): Lance Bass ("Out of Sync") - Fifth Avenue
  • Oct. 23 (7:30 PM): James Lipton ("Inside Inside") - Lincoln Center
  • Oct. 25 (3:30 PM): Julianne Moore ("Freckleface Strawberry") - Park Slope
  • Oct. 27 (3 PM): Steve Martin (with Roz Chast, "The Alphabet from A to Y with Bonus Letter Z") - Lincoln Center
  • Oct. 29 (7 PM): Sir David Frost ("Frost/Nixon: Behind the Scenes of the Nixon Interviews") - Union Square
  • Nov. 1 (1 PM): John O'Hurley ("Before Your Dog Can Eat Your Homework, First You Have to Do It") - Fifth Avenue
  • Nov. 6 (5:30 PM): Victoria Clark (CD "Fifteen Seconds of Grace") - Lincoln Center
  • Nov. 07 (5:30 PM): Andrea Burns (CD "A Deeper Shade of Red") - Lincoln Center
  • Nov. 8 (7 PM): Charles Grodin ("If I Only Knew Then... Learning From Our Mistakes") - 82nd & Broadway
  • Nov. 8 (5:30 PM): Lauren Kennedy (CD "Here And Now") - Lincoln Center
  • Nov. 16 (7 PM): John Lithgow ("The Poet's Corner: The One-and-Only Poetry Book for the Whole Family") - Lincoln Center For more information on Barnes & Noble events and locations, visit bn.com.

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