Patti LuPone

A Memoir

by Patti LuPone and Digby Diehl

Patti Lupone

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The multiple award-winning actress traces the story of her career from her junior high-school performance of the title character in Gypsy to her 2008 opening on Broadway as Louise's mother, Rose, in a candid account that also describes her personal and professional relationships.

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Actress Patti LuPone is perhaps best known for her roles in the Broadway hits Evita, Les Miserables and Gypsy. In her memoir, she recounts the stories behind the hits and the misses as well as the firings, feuds and other dramas of the Great White Way. But she always manages to get something good from the bad. The show The Baker's Wife never made it to Broadway, but it gave LuPone her signature song, "Meadowlark." At times called a diva, and

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