This Week’s Picks! Lady Gaga, Bryce Pinkham & Kristin Chenoweth

Jan 18, 2021 rwnzwewf

first_imgHey, you, wearing gym shorts to brunch—you look you’re about to mow your parents’ lawn. Grab some quarters and start a load of laundry. You’ll need to look good when you hit the town this week. A ton is going down including Bryce Pinkham’s return to A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, Broadway in Bryant Park, and Lady Gaga getting the Broadway treatment. Get ready for this week’s picks! Star Files Kristin Chenoweth Join Bryce Pinkham’s Family ReunionBegins July 28 at the Walter Kerr TheatreBryce Pinkham is a man of his word. After leaving to star in The Heidi Chronicles, the Tony nominee has made good on his promise to return to A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder as Monty Navarro. It’s like the old saying goes: When a stage door closes, the gods of Broadway open a ticket booth? A casting call? Whatever. You get the idea. Click for tickets! Hear Broadway’s Best Go PopJuly 27 at 54 BelowLady Gaga is Hedwig and the Angry Inch co-creator John Cameron Mitchell’s choice to play the transgender rock star, but sadly, she still hasn’t made her Broadway debut. Until then, check out “54 Sings Lady Gaga,” where a roster full of Broadway and cabaret stars pay tribute to America’s favorite meat dress-wearing chanteuse. Click for tickets! View Commentscenter_img Do Lunch and a ShowJuly 30 at Bryant ParkOne of the perks of being a working adult is getting to eat lunch wherever you want, yet so many times we stick to the same spots: cubicle, lunch room that resembles an interrogation room, park benches that would make a proctologist squirm. Why don’t you treat yourself? Head down to Broadway in Bryant Park, where the casts of Matilda, On the Town and Les Miz are slated to perform today. See Kristin Chenoweth’s Evil SideJuly 31, Disney ChannelYou may have seen that Kristin Chenoweth is in Descendants and thought, “Why is Disney remaking that George Clooney movie?” Well, thankfully, they’re not. It’d be weird to see Kristin as Maleficent in a depressing family drama set in Hawaii. Instead, it’s a family movie featuring the progeny of Disney villains and heroes at a prep school. That not only makes sense, it sounds like ideal curl-up-on-the-couch entertainment. Take a Day Trip to EuropeBegins July 27 at Lincoln CenterEastern Europe has enriched our cultural lives in ways beyond Yakov Smirnoff and evil geniuses in innumerable action movies. Through August 2, the Lincoln Center Festival offers two riveting plays as examples: Georgian writer Rezo Gabriadze’s Ramona, about two trains in love, and a present-day adaptation of August Strindberg’s 1888 forbidden love drama Miss Julie, set in Russia. Click for tickets! Bryce Pinkhamlast_img

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