Barnes and Noble to Welcome Cook, Plummer, Hoffman, Orfeh and Chaffin in November

News   Barnes and Noble to Welcome Cook, Plummer, Hoffman, Orfeh and Chaffin in November
Tony winners Barbara Cook and Christopher Plummer as well as Jackie Hoffman, Orfeh and Philip Chaffin will appear at the Lincoln Triangle Barnes and Noble in November.

Actor, singer and PS Classics co-founder Philip Chaffin will share music from his third solo-album, "When the Wind Blows South," Nov. 12 at 6 PM. Chaffin will sign copies of the recording, which features music from Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen and Jerry Herman.

Broadway legend Barbara Cook will autograph copies of her latest recording, "Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder," Nov. 13 at 4 PM. Audiences can also expect to hear the Tony-winning soprano perform highlights from the album, which includes songs by John Bucchino, Richard Rodgers, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Ray Charles and Peter Allen. The album's musical director Lee Musiker will accompany Cook for the live performance.

Legally Blonde's Orfeh celebrates the release of her solo album, "What Do You Want From Me," Nov. 19 at 6 PM. Orfeh will sign and perform highlights from the Sh-K-Boom Records disc that includes "Tell That to My Heart," "Sing You to Sleep," "Don't Wanna Do Wrong" and "Up Tempo Pop Song."

Veteran stage and screen actor Christopher Plummer will discuss his life's work and sign copies of his memoir, "In Spite of Myself," Nov. 21 at 7:30 PM. Plummer's memoir offers personal accounts of his life and his thoughts on the films "The Sound of Music" and "The Man Who Would Be King."

The Best of Off-Off-Broadway will be celebrated Nov. 23 at 3 PM. Barnes and Noble joins United Stages publishers to feature the work of emerging playwrights with readings from new plays. November comes to a close as Broadway comedic actress Jackie Hoffman shares selections from her outrageous PS Classics solo debut album, "Jackie Hoffman: Live from Joe's Pub," Nov. 26 at 6 PM. Following appearances in Xanadu and Hairspray, Hoffman lets loose with original songs including "Three Minutes on Broadway," "My Little Fibroid," "No Child Is Born" and "Benefit Song."

The Barnes and Noble at Lincoln Triangle is located at 1972 Broadway at 66th Street in Manhattan. For further information call (212) 595-6859 or visit

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