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Stephen Sondheim, Tovah Feldshuh et al. Featured at Barnes & Noble in January

Barnes & Noble has released its January events schedule for locations throughout New York City.  Of particular interest for theatergoers are appearances by Broadway favorite Tovah Feldshuh, and an open discussion with Stephen Sondheim and Frank Rich.  

At the Barnes & Noble at Lincoln Triangle (66th and Broadway), Tovah Feldshuh and Josh Grisetti will join Theatre World editor Ben Hodges to discuss current and past Broadway seasons on Thursday, January 14 at 7:30 pm. Additional theater-related highlights include Broadway arranger/conductor/pianist Philip Fortenberry (January 10 at 3pm); David Bianculli on Dangerously Funny: The Uncensored Story of "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" (January 11 at 7:30pm); Gerard Alessandrini and cast members from Forbidden Broadway celebrating the release of Forbidden Broadway: Behind the Milar Curtain (January 12 at 7:30pm); and a kid-friendly presentation by New Victory Teaching Artists (January 31 at Noon).

Additional event highlights in January include appearances by Elizabeth Gilbert, Mika Brzezinski with Joe Scarborough, Suze Orman, Benoit Denizet-Lewis in conversation with Susan Cheever, Peter Biskind, Joshua Ferris, Richelle Mead, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Elizabeth Kostova, Ozzy Osbourne, and T. C. Boyle.

Access a sampling of the Janaury event calendar below!  For more information visit under the 'Stores & Events' tab.

Writers & Artists Mixed

Events take place in the fourth floor event space,
33 East 17th Street at Union Square

Patti Smith, Writer/performer/visual artist (Just Kids)
with host
An evening of conversation, readings, and musical performance.
Tuesday, January 19, 7:00pm

VAMPIRE WEEKEND band (Contra) & poet/novelist KWAME DAWES (So Much Things to Say)
with host
An evening of conversation, readings, and musical performance.
Thursday, January 21, 7:00pm,

WRITERS on WRITERS @ Upper East Side Branch
Literary Series

These events take place in the event space, Upper East Side, 86th/Lex

January events presented in conjunction with the Paris Review
and the Paris Review Interviews IV

CAROL SKLENICKA (Raymond Carver: A Writer's Life) & BENJAMIN PERCY (Plimpton Prize Winner)
on Raymond Carver
Monday, January 4, 7pm

Richard Price in conversation with PHILIP GOUREVITCH
Monday, January 11, 7pm

Stephen Sondheim in conversation with Frank Rich
Monday, January 18, 7pm
(Presigned books/priority seating with purchase)

PAUL AUSTER in conversation with NATHANIEL RICH
Monday, January 25, 7pm
(Priority seating with book purchase.)

Photo Credit: Walter McBride / Retna Ltd.

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