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Music has the power to crystallize a moment in time and evoke eras. Stage and screen icon Patti LuPone makes a triumphant return to the Australian stage with her latest show, direct from Carnegie Hall!

Patti LuPone: A Life in Notes, the three-time Tony Award winner performs an array of songs that are touchstones and reflections on her life growing up in America.  The songs range from her youth 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 Grammy Award-winning singer and actress has made her mark with acclaimed roles in Evita, on both Broadway and in the 1981 Australian premiere, Sweeney Todd, Anything Goes, and Gypsy. Most recently, LuPone has clinched a third Tony Award and a second Olivier Award for her exceptional portrayal of Joanne in Sondheim's Company

LuPone is often hailed as a true embodiment of the Golden Age of Broadway, a rare gem who can make every individual in a crowd of thousands feel as if she's speaking and singing directly to them. Join LuPone and her long-time music director Joseph Thalken on piano, along with Brad Phillips on strings, to celebrate, through the storytelling magic of song, a legendary career almost six decades in the making. 

Many try, but few have the knockout punch of LuPone

The Washington Post 

LuPone’s remarkable, larger-than-life qualities and stunning musicality are distilled into the pure essence of her art.

The Los Angeles Times