Check Out Life at Lincoln Center With These Exclusive Pics From Michael Urie (and Patti's Wig)

Photos   Check Out Life at Lincoln Center With These Exclusive Pics From Michael Urie (and Patti's Wig)
 
Stage and screen favorite Michael Urie stars as Douglas Carter Beane's impressionable and wide-eyed alter ego in the Off-Broadway world premiere of the playwright's semi-autobiographical play Shows for Days, also featuring Olivier and two-time Tony winner Patti LuPone. The actor documented a busy two-show day with his boyfriend, dog, castmates and stage door fans!


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Four-time Tony Award winner Jerry Zaks directs Shows for Days, which began previews June 6 and is currently scheduled through Aug. 23 at the Mitzi E. Newhouse. Tony Award nominee Beane is the playwright of The Nance, The Little Dog Laughed, as well as the librettist for Cinderella and Lysistrata Jones.

The play marks LuPone's first Off-Broadway appearance since The Cradle Will Rock in 1983. The production reunites LuPone (Gypsy, Evita, Anything Goes) with Urie (Buyer & Cellar, The Temperamentals), who appeared together on the sitcom "Ugly Betty," in which LuPone guest starred as Urie's mother. The two are joined on stage by Broadway veteran Dale Soules (Hands on a Hardbody, "Orange Is the New Black"), Jordan Dean (The New Century), Lance Coadie Williams (BootyCandy) and Zoë Winters (4000 Miles).

Michael Urie on Sharing the Stage With Patti LuPone and the Fight for "Full Equality."

According to LCT, "Shows for Days is playwright Douglas Carter Beane's fond remembrance of his immersion into a life in the theatre. The comedy is set in Reading, Pennsylvania in 1973, when 14-year-old Car, the play's narrator and the author's alter-ego (to be played by Urie), is introduced to the world of theatre through his local community theatre, the Prometheus Theatre, and its devoted cast and crew which is led by Irene (to be played by LuPone), an indomitable force of nature whose life is dedicated to putting on productions she directs, designs, and stars in."

The production has sets by John Lee Beatty, costumes by William Ivey Long, lighting by Natasha Katz and sound by Leon Rothenberg.

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