Mandy Patinkin, Frank Langella, Harry Connick, Jr., Nick Jonas and More Will Appear at 92nd Street Y

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The 92nd Street Y, the nonprofit community and cultural center focusing on the arts and education, has announced its 2012 winter and spring lineup.

Mandy Patinkin
Mandy Patinkin

Relatively Speaking's Marlo Thomas and John Turturro will discuss the play and their careers Jan. 16; An Evening's Mandy Patinkin will be featured in conversation with Thane Rosenbaum Feb. 6; and Tony Award winner Frank Langella, who was last seen on Broadway in Man and Boy, will appear April 1, to speak about his new memoir "Dropped Names."

Other notable celebrity appearances will include writer and producer Alan Zweibel Jan. 31; news anchor Katie Couric in conversation with Jodi Picoult March 1; singer-actress Cyndi Lauper (Threepenny Opera) April 24; singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka in conversation with Anthony DeCurtis May 2; and singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright in conversation with Budd Mishkin May 14.

Jujamcyn Theaters president Jordan Roth will bring back his "Broadway Talks" series, which will feature On a Clear Day's Harry Connick, Jr. Feb. 7 and How to Succeed…'s Nick Jonas March 4.

The "Lyrics & Lyricists" series will also return with Songs of America, created and hosted by Ted Sperling, and starring Lawrence Clayton and Clarke Thorell (Feb. 11-13); In Perfect Harmony, created and hosted by Rob Fisher (March 24-26); Mad Dogs & Educated Fleas: Noel & Cole: A Battle of Wits, created and hosted by Mark Waldrop (May 5-7); and It's Magic: Nine Decades of Songs From Warner Bros., created and hosted by Rex Reed, and starring Polly Bergen, Jason Graae and Tom Wopat (June 2-4).

Other notable events include a special edition of Celebrity Autobiography Feb. 14; and the "92Y Jazz" series, featuring Sandy Stewart and Bill Charlap, Feb. 29, and Kurt Elling Swings Sinatra April 25.

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