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The New Yorker

Austin Pendleton Is Still on Broadway, Still a Babe Magnet

Spend an hour talking with the actor and director Austin Pendleton in the lounge above Studio 54, and three slightly alarming things happen. First, the diminutive eighty-two-year-old, in the manner of a sleepy hedgehog, will gradually slouch down into the banquette, so that his head ends up where his shoulders once were. This will cause what Pendleton calls his “very excitable hair” to pouf up vertiginously. Finally, an extension cord under the table will somehow get wrapped around his ankles.
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Hollywood.com

‘The Minutes’ Austin Pendleton on Broadway & Hollywood’s Connection

When thinking of Broadway and Hollywood, we often picture 2 different entities, swirling around in their separate bubbles without crossing paths. Broadway reigns in New York City while Hollywood takes over Los Angeles, California. Theater and screen actor Austin Pendleton is one of the many artists who has bridged the...
LOS ANGELES, CA
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Steppenwolf Theatre announces 2022-23 season with return of Austin Pendleton and Jeff Perry

Steppenwolf Theater Company has announced its 2022-23 season, the first since the addition of its new expanded campus and the first under the new joint artistic leadership of Glenn Davis and Audrey Francis. New work dominates, although the season concludes with a new production of Harold Pinter’s absurdist classic “No Man’s Land” (July 13 to Aug. 20, 2023), directed by Les Waters and featuring ...
CHICAGO, IL
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theaterpizzazz.com

Barbara Bleier and Austin Pendleton Sing “Steve and Oscar”

The ability to express emotion through song is one of the things that makes us—humans—such a remarkable species. We often, in the fog of commercialism, forget that at the heart of all great singing is deep, deep feeling. We tell the world sometimes of our joy, of our love or of our sorrow. And it is in truly emotive times that we truly begin to understand what certain songs are about.
OKLAHOMA STATE
wamc.org

Austin Pendleton returns to Broadway in Tracy Letts' new play "The Minutes"

Austin Pendleton joins us this morning just as he is ready to star in the Broadway show "The Minutes," a new American play by Tracy Letts. Previews began on April 2 and it officially opens on April 17. And if this seems like deja vu, it's because well, they were starting to do that in 2020 and COVID hit, and they stopped when Broadway shut down. The show, directed by Anna D. Shapiro, will take the stage at Studio 54.
Warren Tribune Chronicle

The starring roles of … Austin Pendleton

NILES — A master class with Austin Pendleton is a history lesson, a comedy routine, a one-man show and very much an educational experience. Pendleton, a Warren native, did three acting master classes Saturday at Trumbull New Theatre, the community theater his mother helped to start more than 70 years ago.
WARREN, OH
Vindy.com

Actor Austin Pendleton shares insights, anecdotes at TNT

NILES — A master class with Austin Pendleton is a history lesson, a comedy routine, a one-man show and very much an educational experience. Pendleton, a Warren native, did three acting master classes Saturday at Trumbull New Theatre, the community theater his mother helped to start more than 70 years ago.
WARREN, OH
businessjournaldaily.com

Stage and Film Actor Austin Pendleton, a Warren Native, to Appear at YSU

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Austin Pendleton, the film and television character actor, playwright and director who hails from Warren, will discuss his life and career Feb. 10 at Youngstown State University. Dubbed “An Evening with Austin Pendleton,” the event will take place at 7 p.m. in Ford Theater, which is...
YOUNGSTOWN, OH
theaterpizzazz.com

Austin Pendleton Joins This Beautiful Future

Theaterlab, in association with Lawryn LaCroix, has announced that Tony nominee Austin Pendleton will join the cast of the U.S. premiere of This Beautiful Future by Rita Kalnejais. Pendleton replaces the previously announced Bill Buell who has withdrawn from the production. Directed by Jack Serio, This Beautiful Future is a story of young love set during World War II and marks Kalnejais’s New York debut. The cast also includes Francesca Carpanini (Broadway: All My Sons, The Little Foxes) and Justin Mark (Lauren Yee’s In a Word) with Angelina Fiordellisi (Zorba, Out of the Mouths of Babes). Performances begin January 13 at Theaterlab (357 W 36th Street, Manhattan), with an opening set for Saturday, January 15, for a limited run through January 30. Tickets are now on sale at www.theaterlabnyc.com.
NEW YORK STATE
theaterpizzazz.com

Austin Pendleton and Barbara Bleier

The duo of Austin Pendleton and Barbara Bleier returned to Pangea, where they’ve performed several shows since 2016. In a 16-song set, they covered a diverse group of songwriters (all of whom were credited together at the show’s conclusion), ranging from Broadway standards, to Sondheim, and to contemporary songwriters like Amanda McBroom and Michele Brourman. McBroom’s songs with and without Brourman comprised a quarter of the show.

Austin Pendleton to grace Beck Center stage: Strong Points

LAKEWOOD, Ohio -- Beck Center for the Arts is pleased to announce that stage legend Austin Pendleton will star in Neil Simon’s “Broadway Bound,” its first production of the 2021-2022 Professional Theater Season. The production, which runs Sept. 10 through Oct. 3, will be performed in the newly named Senney...
LAKEWOOD, OH