As previously announced, on Jan. 3 at 7 PM Olympia Dukakis will discuss and sign copies of Bertolt Brecht's Mother Courage and Her Children, for which the Academy Award-winning actress penned the forward.
The entire cast of Broadway's Xanadu will appear to perform and sign the PS Classics cast recording of the musical at 5:30 PM on Jan. 10.
On Jan. 14 at 7 PM, Broadway's jack-of-all-trades, Seth Rudetsky, will share highlights from his novel "Broadway Nights" with guest performances from Grey Gardens Tony winner Christine Ebersole, Xanadu star Cheyenne Jackson and Spamalot's Christopher Sieber.
The following evening, Young Frankenstein creator Mel Brooks will sign copies of the musical's original cast recording at 5 PM. Later in the week, Mari Lyn Henry and Lynne Rogers, the authors of the fifth edition of "How to Be a Working Actor: The Insider's Guide to Finding Jobs in Theater, Film, and Television," will offer a discussion and signing (Jan. 17 at 7 PM).
Brian Gari, the composer and lyricist of the short-lived Broadway musical Late Nite Comic, will discuss and sign copies of the recently released studio recording of his musical featuring guests Liz Larsen, Luba Mason, Seth Rudetsky and Martin Vidnovic. The discussion and signing will take place Jan. 28 at 7 PM. And looking ahead to February, "Send Yourself Roses: Thoughts on My Life, Love, and Leading Roles," the memoir by Academy and Tony Award nominee Kathleen Turner, is the subject of a Lincoln Triangle event Feb. 18 at 7 PM.
A newly compiled book of the screenplays of Charles Busch – including "Psycho Beach Party" and "Die, Mommie, Die!" – is the subject of the scheduled author event Feb. 28 at 7 PM.
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