Same-Day Rush Tickets Will Be Available for Patti LuPone's Carnegie Hall Return | Playbill

Cabaret & Concert News Same-Day Rush Tickets Will Be Available for Patti LuPone's Carnegie Hall Return

The three-time Tony winner will bring her new concert act, A Life in Notes, to the famed venue April 8.

Patti LuPone Robert Torres

Three-time Tony winner Patti LuPone, most recently on Broadway in a Tony-winning turn as Joanne in the Tony-winning revival of Company, will return to Carnegie Hall April 8 at 8 PM for her fifth solo concert at the famed venue. The evening is part of the Broadway favorite's latest concert tour, which launched March 2 in Connecticut.

A limited number of $10 same-day rush tickets will be available for the Carnegie Hall performance beginning at 11 AM April 8 at the Carnegie Hall box office (57th Street at Seventh Avenue).

Joseph Thalken is the music director and music supervisor for the concert, titled A Life in Notes. Conceived and directed by Tony winner Scott Wittman, LuPone's latest act is written by Jeffrey Richman with string instrumentalist Brad Phillips.

In her new concert act, the stage and screen star performs an array of 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 '50s, to coming of age in the politically and socially turbulent '60s, and eventually achieving success on all fronts.

Patti LuPone: A Life in Notes also features lighting design by John Hastings and sound design by Mark Fiore. Richard Hester is production supervisor.

Following Carnegie Hall, remaining tour dates follow:
April 12 at the McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert, California
April 14 at Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco, California
April 16 at the Virginia Piper Theater at the Scottsdale Center in Scottsdale, Arizona
April 20 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California
May 12 at the Miller Auditorium in Kalamazoo, Michigan
May 17 at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall in Washington, D.C.
October 4 at the Lyric Opera of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois
June 19-28 Multi-city tour of Australia

LuPone also won Tonys for her performances in Evita and the 2008 revival of Gypsy; she won her first Olivier Award for her work in The Cradle Will Rock and Les Misérables, and her second for the 2019 London revival of Company.

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