Hal Linden, a 1971 Tony winner for his role as the aging family patriarch in The Rothschilds, performs a program of Broadway show tunes and works for the clarinet Feb. 5-7 at Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore.
Linden, the star of TV's long-running sitcom "Barney Miller," has appeared in Broadway shows ranging from Bells Are Ringing to I'm Not Rappaport. He returned to the New York stage earlier this season in Madison Square Garden's Christmas Carol, alternating with Roddy McDowell in the role of Scrooge.
Linden has long been hailed for his powerful baritone voice, but the actor's passion for the clarinet -- and his prowess on that instrument -- is one of the best-kept secrets in show business.
For tickets to Hal Linden on Broadway, call (410) 783-8000.
-- By Rebecca Paller