The Any Wednesday series continues Dec. 5 at 6 PM with performances by Jamie deRoy and her guests Dee Hoty, Lisa Asher, Scott Coulter, Karen Mason, Jay Rogers and The Accidentals. A CD signing of deRoy's "Animal Tracks: 'Tis the Season" will follow the live entertainment.
At noon on Dec. 8 Laurence Maslon will be on hand to discuss his book "The Sound of Music Companion." Joining Maslon will be the film's original Gretl, Kym Karath and Ted Chapin, president of the Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization. A performance from the Salzberg Marionette production of The Sound of Music, currently playing the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will also be presented.
Lion King, Beauty and the Beast and Tarzan producer Tom Schumacher will present and sign copies of his book for young readers, "How Does The Show Go On?" on Dec. 12 at 6 PM. Joining Schumacher will be the young star of Mary Poppins, Henry Hodges, and Jeff Kurtti, co-author of "How Does The Show Go On?"
The latest translation of Bertolt Brecht's Mother Courage and Her Children, for which Academy Award winner Olympia Dukakis penned the forward, is slated for the Jan. 3 7 PM slot. PS Classics' cast recording of Xanadu hits stores with a performance and signing at the Lincoln Triangle location at 5:30 PM on Jan. 10.
The fifth edition of "How to Be a Working Actor: The Insider's Guide to Finding Jobs in Theater, Film, and Television," penned by Mari Lyn Henry, Lynne Rogers and featuring a forward by Joe Mantegna, will offer a discussion and signing Jan. 17 at 7 PM. And, on Feb. 18 "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 at 7 PM.
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