Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | Patti LuPone, From Broadway to the Open Road Supported by Q&A The Tony-winning actress and frequent traveler talks about her favorite vacation spots, where she still wants to go (Bhutan and Tibet are on that list) and why she expects her hotel room to be ready when she arrives at her destination. ByStuart Emmrich Nov. 29, 2018 Patti LuPonethe Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, “Evita,” playing Eva Perón and winning the Tony Award that season for best actress in a musical. (In 2018, she gave a mesmerizing performance of that show’s “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina,” at the Grammy Awards, in tribute to Mr. Lloyd Webber, temporarily patching up a two-decade feud that dated back to when she was replaced by Glenn Close in the composer’s Broadway-bound musical “Sunset Boulevard.”) Over the years, she has returned to Broadway in such roles as Momma Rose in “Gypsy” (her second Tony), Mrs. Lovett in Stephen Sondheim’s “Sweeney Todd” and, most recently, Helena Rubinstein in “War Paint.” Currently Ms. LuPone, 69, is starring as Joanne in the gender-switching London production of Sondheim’s “Company” (Bobby is… Read full this story
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