Patti LuPone – A Life in Notes

Patti LuPone – A Life in Notes

Three-time Tony Award winner Patti LuPone will bring her new concert A Life in Notes to Australia this winter, directly from Carnegie Hall.

LuPone will headline the Adelaide Cabaret Festival before undertaking a national tour stopping in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Music has the power to crystallise a moment in time and evoke eras, in her new concert Patti Lu Pone – A Life in Notes, the Broadway, film and television superstar will perform an array of songs which do just that, songs that are touchstones and reflections on her life growing up in America – as a young girl during the burgeoning rock and roll scene of the fifties, to coming of age in the politically and socially turbulent sixties, to eventually achieving success with both career and family.

The entirely new concert is conceived and directed by Scott Wittman, with music supervision and direction by Joseph Thalken, written by Jeffrey Richman, with string instrumentalist Brad Phillips.

LuPone has one of the most recognisable names and one of the most celebrated voices in theatre history. Her credits include Sweeney ToddAnything Goes, and the original London productions of Les Miserables and Sunset Boulevard and her Tony Award winning work in EvitaGypsy and Marianne Elliot’s new production of Company. On screen she has starred in Life Goes On, Frasier, 30 Rock, Penny Dreadful, Pose, Hollywood, American Horror Story and the upcoming Marvel series Agatha: Darkhold Diaries.

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