Gone Missing Cast Makes Barnes and Noble Appearance Feb. 4; Zeffirelli and Lucas Announced for March

News   Gone Missing Cast Makes Barnes and Noble Appearance Feb. 4; Zeffirelli and Lucas Announced for March
The Lincoln Triangle Barnes and Noble welcomes the former cast of Off-Broadway's Gone Missing Feb. 4.

The cast will perform selections from and sign the show's original cast recording at 7:30 PM. Released by Ghostlight Records, the cast — including Emily Ackerman, Damian Baldet, Jennifer R. Morris, Stephen Plunkett, Robbie Collier Sublett and Colleen Werthmann — as well as director Steven Cosson and composer Michael Friedman will participate in a discussion immediately following the performance.

In addition, Barnes and Noble has announced a celebrity line-up throughout March, including the previously announced tribute to late cabaret performer Nancy LaMott.

Lucie Arnaz, Kathie Lee Gifford and Karen Mason are among the performers slated to celebrate the life and work of Nancy LaMott Feb. 12 at 6 PM at the Lincoln Triangle Barnes and Noble. LaMott, whose ability to spellbind her listeners with her lush vocals and emotional connection to her material, will be remembered through performances and discussions with her friends and collaborators David Friedman and Christopher Marlowe.

The Live at Lincoln event celebrates the new, postumously released two-CD recording "Nancy LaMott—Ask Me Again." The recording includes material culled from personal and private collections; also available is a 24-track DVD entitled "Nancy LaMott: I'll Be Here With You."

Tony Award nominee Kathleen Turner makes an in-store appearance Feb. 18 to celebrate the release of her memoir "Send Yourself Roses: Thoughts on My Life, Love, and Leading Roles." A discussion and signing with Ms. Turner and Gloria Feldt are scheduled for 7 PM. Julie Halston will join her frequent co-star Charles Busch for a signing of a newly released compilation of his screenplays on Feb. 26 at 7 PM. "The Screenplays of Charles Busch" includes both "Psycho Beach Party" and "Die, Mommie, Die!" The duo will share clips of Busch's films and participate in a discussion following the signing.

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and The Fully Monty composer-lyricist David Yazbeck will make a Barnes and Noble appearance on Feb. 28 at 7 PM to perform selections from his forthcoming album "Evil Monkey Man."

Barnes and Noble has also scheduled an event for young theatre-goers on Feb. 29 at 4 PM: The cast of Pinkalicious: The Musical - currently playing a limited engagement at New World Stages — will perform songs from the production that is based on the bestselling children's book.

Cabaret performances will feature Louise Rogers (Feb. 2 at 6 PM), Jenna Esposito (Feb. 6 at 6 PM), Barbara Rosene (Feb. 13 at 6 PM), Barbara Brussell and Tom Andersen (Feb. 20 at 6 PM), and Linda Ciofalo (Feb. 25 at 6 PM).

Heading into March, Brian Sibley and Michael Lassell will appear with the cast of Broadway's Mary Poppins for the Live at Lincoln series March 7 at 4 PM. Sibley and Lassell are the authors of "Mary Poppins: Anything Can Happen If You Let It," the new book chronicling the stage adaptation of the beloved film.

Tony Award nominee Craig Lucas (Prelude to a Kiss, The Light in the Piazza) makes an in-store appearance March 14 at 5 PM with the release of "The Dying Gaul: The Screenplays of Craig Lucas."

And, on March 28 Tony winner and Academy Award-nominated director Franco Zeffirelli and Ira Siff will be on hand to discuss and sign DVDs of the iconic Zeffirelli film "Romeo and Juliet" at 7 PM. Special guest performances will be announced at a later date.

Additional Barnes and Noble events taking place in New York City include Academy Award-winning actress Helen Mirren, who will read from her memoir "In the Frame: My Life in Words and Pictures" at the Fifth Avenue Barnes and Noble (555 Fifth Ave.) on March 25 at 12:30 PM. Academy Award nominee Gene Wilder will sign his latest novel, "The Woman Who Wouldn't," on March 26 at 12:30 PM, also scheduled for the Fifth Avenue Barnes and Noble store.

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 www.bn.com.

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