Patti LuPone Brings a Torch to Carnegie Hall March 14

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Tony and Olivier Award winner Patti LuPone, who just ended a limited engagement of Regina at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, returns to Carnegie Hall March 14.
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LuPone will perform her third solo evening in the famed hall at 8 PM. Her concert is culled from her two recent cabaret outings, "The Lady with the Torch" and "The Lady with the Torch Part II." Conceived and directed by Hairspray's Scott Wittman with musical direction by Chris Fenwick, The Lady with the Torch boasts orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick.

LuPone's program for the evening is expected to include the following songs:
Schwartz/Dietz: "By Myself"
Styne/Cahn: "I Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out to Dry"
Barnes: "Something Cool"
Robison/Conley: "A Cottage for Sale"
Kenton/Christie/St. Vincent Millay: "I Had a Little Sorrow"
Arlen/Koehler: "Ill Wind"
Romberg/Hammerstein: "Softly, As In a Morning Sunrise"
Webster: "A Man In a Raincoat"
Snyder/Rubykalmar: "Who's Sorry Now?"
Mercer/Zimmerstedt: "I Wanna Be Around"
Karger/Gottlieb/Weisman: "Frankie and Johnny"
Robinson: "The Other Woman"
Gershwin: "The Man I Love"
Nelson: "Nightlife"
Porter: "Make It Another Old Fashioned, Please"
Jolson/Dreyer/Rose: "Me and My Shadow"
Porter: "Find Me a Primitive Man"
Gershwin/DeSylva: "Do It Again"
Burns/Herman/Mercer: "Early Autumn"
Dennis/Adair: "Everything Happens to Me"
Kahn/Malneck/Livingston: "I'm Thru With Love"
Porter: "So in Love"
Berlin: "Miss Lonelyhearts" / Donaldson/Kahn: "My Buddy"
Burnett/Sarlin: "I Regret Everything"
Porter: "I Love Paris"
Porter: "C'est Magnifique"
Green/Heyman/Sour/Eyton: "Body and Soul"

A Tony Award winner for her work in Evita, Patti LuPone also earned an Olivier Award for her performances in the West End productions of Lés Misérables and The Cradle Will Rock. Her other theatrical credits include Sunset Boulevard, Anything Goes, Oliver!, Working, The Old Neighborhood, Master Class and Pal Joey. LuPone also headlined two solo Broadway concerts, Patti LuPone On Broadway and Matters of the Heart, and received glowing notices for her performance as Mrs. Lovett in the Lincoln Center concert version of Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd. For the past four summers she has appeared in concert versions of Sondheim's Sweeney Todd, Passion, A Little Night Music and Sunday in the Park with George at the Ravinia Festival in Chicago, IL.

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