Patti's Turn, a Tribute to Patti LuPone, Features Kristin Chenoweth, Kevin Kline, Sutton Foster, Laura Benanti

News   Patti's Turn, a Tribute to Patti LuPone, Features Kristin Chenoweth, Kevin Kline, Sutton Foster, Laura Benanti
The Acting Company salutes Tony and Olivier winner Patti LuPone (Evita, Anything Goes, Gypsy, Master Class, Les Miserables, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown), a founding member and board director of the classical repertory Company, March 12 at The Kaye Playhouse with an evening titled Patti's Turn, which features a mix of songs and stories.

Patti LuPone
Patti LuPone Photo by Ethan Hill

The evening, which coincidentally occurs on the same night as the first preview of the Broadway revival of Evita, boasts the talents of two other Acting Company founding members, Kevin Kline and David Schramm, as well as Kristin Chenoweth, Sutton Foster, Harvey Fierstein, Zoe Caldwell, Laura Benanti, Boyd Gaines, Melissa Errico, Howard McGillin, Anthony Dean Griffey, Manoel Feliciano, Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman.

"Patti was with us in the beginning," stated Margot Harley, The Acting Company's producing artistic director, "and has never really left. She toured for our first four seasons and has continued to entertain for us, raise money for us and serves on our board of directors. Patti is a beloved member of The Acting Company family and we are proud to salute her and her extraordinary career. Will Patti sing for her supper? Yes!"

Tickets, priced $75-$175, can be purchased by visiting or at The Kaye Playhouse Box Office, (212) 772-4448. Benefit tickets, which include dinner with Patti LuPone and the cast, are available by calling (212) 258-3111.

Kaye Playhouse is located at East 68th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues.

* The Acting Company, the Tony Award-winning touring classical repertory Company, recently began its 39th national tour at the Guthrie Theater and will play New York's Baruch Performing Arts Center in April presenting Julius Caesar, a new production directed by Rob Melrose of San Francisco’s Cutting Ball Theater, and The Comedy of Errors, directed by Ian Belknap.

Founded by John Houseman and Margot Harley in 1972, The Acting Company has brought classical and new works to under-served communities and into disadvantaged schools in 49 states and 10 foreign countries earning a Tony for Excellence in Theater, Obies, Audelcos and Los Angeles Critics Circle Awards.

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