Comedy legend John Cleese appears at Barnes & Noble on Tuesday November 4, 2014 at 12:30 PM to sign So, Anyway…
A limited quantity of wristbands will be distributed and placed on your right wrist starting 9:00 am the day of the event with purchase of So, Anyway… Signing line forms outside the main entrance of the store.
No memorabilia, personalization of books or posed photography. Photos can be taken from the signing line. Prior to reaching the author table, you will be asked to put all photo-taking devices away. Please follow the instructions of the events team. Questions, email email@example.com
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John Lithgow signs on Friday September 30, 2011 at 7:00 PM. $5 tickets available at the link.
Harvard Book Store is thrilled to welcome award-winning actor, bestselling children’s book author, and now memoirist JOHN LITHGOW for a reading from Drama: An Actor’s Education.
John Lithgow’s memoir, among other things, is a tribute to his most important influence: his father, Arthur Lithgow, who, as an actor, director, producer, and great lover of Shakespeare, brought theater to John’s boyhood. From bedtime stories to Arthur’s illustrious productions, performance and storytelling were constant and cherished parts of family life. Drama tells of the Lithgows’ countless moves between Arthur’s gigs—John attended eight secondary schools before flourishing onstage at Harvard—and details with sharp recollection the moments that introduced a budding young actor to the undeniable power of theater.
Before Lithgow gained fame with the film The World According to Garp and the television show 3rd Rock from the Sun, his early years were full of scenes both hilarious and bittersweet. A shrewd acting performance saved him from duty in Vietnam. His involvement with a Broadway co-star brought an end to his first marriage. The theater worlds of New York and London come alive as Lithgow relives his collaborations with renowned performers and directors, including Mike Nichols, Bob Fosse, Liv Ullmann, and Meryl Streep. His ruminations on the nature of theater, film acting, and storytelling cut to the heart of why actors are driven to perform, and why people are driven to watch them do it.
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