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Christine Baranski, Sutton Foster and More to Take Part in 92Y Upcoming Events


Programming will also feature Eric Michael Gillett, Blaine Alden Krauss and more.

Christine Baranski, Sutton Foster and More to Take Part in 92Y Upcoming Events

92Y has announced upcoming events, both online and in-person! Programming will feature Christine Baranski, Sutton Foster and more.

Check out the full schedule below!



Thu, Sep 9, 7 pm, FREE - watch here

Join Emmy and two-time Tony Award-winning actress Christine Baranski for a behind-the-scenes conversation about Paramount+'s critically acclaimed and massively popular original series The Good Fight . Following the season five finale, Baranski talks about the show's incisive, ever-evolving topicality, featuring storylines in recent episodes centered on racial justice, police brutality, the Capitol riots, the pandemic, cancel culture and more. She shares what it's like working with the show's extraordinary writers and cast, and what might lie ahead for Diane Lockhart in the series' sixth season.

***In Person & Online***


Wed, Oct 13, 7 pm, from $35 in person ($50 with book) / $20 online (does not include book)

Sutton Foster, two-time Tony Award winner and star of the hit television series Younger, joins us on our stage for an up-close and personal talk about her career and new book Hooked: How Crafting Saved My Life. Equal parts memoir and crafting book, Hooked is the answer to the question: How does the talented Foster make everything she does look so easy? An avid crafter from her early performing days when she picked up a cross stich needle to escape bullying chorus girls, Foster found that crafting kept her centered. She talks about it all, along with her reflections on her fraught relationship with her agoraphobic mother, a painful divorce, her struggle with infertility, the joy of adopting her daughter, the thrill she experiences when performing, and her return to Broadway early next year in the eagerly awaited revival of The Music Man with Hugh Jackman.


Cabaret Conversations | Blaine Alden Krauss

Mon, Aug 30, 6-7:30 pm, $25

BroadwayWorld says Blaine Alden Krauss is "...a man whose star has been on the rise with substantial speed, and with each appearance, the reasons for his ascent become more and more apparent." Krauss began touring the US and Canada in Disney's The Lion King right after graduation, and made his Broadway debut in Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812, starring Josh Groban. Krauss has been seen in Broadway's Kinky Boots, The Cher Show, and alongside The Rockettes in the Radio City Spectacular. Currently he is the standby for Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr in the national tour of Hamilton. In 2010, he was selected to be 1 of 20 Presidential Scholars in the Arts by the White House and Presidential Scholar Commission, culminating in a medal ceremony with President Barack Obama and performance at the Kennedy Center.

Cabaret Conversations | Eric Michael Gillett

Mon, Sep 27, 6-7:30 pm, $25

MAC-winning cabaret performer and historian Michael Kirk Lane hosts Eric Michael Gillett, an award-winning director/actor/singer who has collaborated on solo shows for Broadway and cabaret artists including Tony nominees Jarrod Spector (Beautiful, Jersey Boys) and Karen Akers (Nine, Grand Hotel) , Tony Award winner Jessie Mueller (Beautiful, Waitress), as well as Mandy Gonzalez (Hamilton, In the Heights), Alexandra Socha (Spring Awakening, Death Takes a Holiday ), KT Sullivan (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes), Grammy winner Lari White, and a host of others. A six-time MAC Award recipient, Gillett conceived and directed The Amanda McBroom Project . As an actor, Gillett has most recently appeared on television in FBI: Most Wanted, Wu Tang: An American Saga, The Loudest Voice, and Daredevil.

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