Due to Patti LuPone’s co-starring role in the spring production of War Paint on Broadway, we have rescheduled her April 2017 performance for April 2018. You now have the opportunity to see this wonderful Tony and Grammy Award-winner perform in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall on April 5, 2018.
Previously purchased tickets have been transferred to the new performance date. As a current ticketholder, you will be contacted by the Florida State University Fine Arts Ticket Office in the coming weeks to confirm the transfer of current tickets and/or to determine if a ticket credit is required. Please notify the Fine Arts Ticket Office of your inability to attend the new performance date by December 2, 2016. Ticket credits must be used for another 2016-2017 Opening Nights Performing Arts event on or by April 19, 2017. Credits cover the face value of tickets only. There will be no ticket upgrades or credited ticket fees. Sponsorship and membership benefits, such as parking passes and complimentary drink tickets, are non-transferable season to season.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please email email@example.com or call 850-644-7670. We apologize for any inconvenience and hope to have you with us on April 5, 2018 for Patti’s marvelous show!
“Many try, but few have the knockout punch of LuPone.” – Washington Post
Patti LuPone is an internationally praised singer and actress who is best known for her work in stage musicals. She is a two-time Grammy Award winner and a two-time Tony Award winner, and she also was an American Theater Hall of Fame inductee in 2006. LuPone began her professional career with The Acting Company in 1972 and made her Broadway debut in Three Sisters in 1973. She won the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her role as Eva Perón in the 1979 original Broadway production of Evita and also won a Tony Award for her role as Mama Rose in the 2008 revival of Gypsy. LuPone won two Grammy Awards for the 2008 recording (Best Classical Album and Best Opera Recording) of the Los Angeles Opera production of Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny. Far Away Places will boast Broadway classics, ‘30s and ‘40s cabaret, and contemporary pop songs by Kurt Weill, Edith Piaf, Willie Nelson, the Bee Gees, Stephen Sondheim, Cole Porter, and more.
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