SPOTTED AT LINCOLN CENTER: Katie Holmes, Frances McDormand, Mary Tyler Moore, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Joel Cohen, Joel Grey and Wallace Shawn!

This past week, actresses Frances McDormand and Mary Tyler Moore, actors Joel Grey and Wallace Shawn and filmmaker Joel Coen came to the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center to check out Christian Marclay's spectacular 24-hour work of video art The Clock.

And last night, actress Katie Holmes and dancer/actor Mikhail Baryshnikov came to see the Sydney Theater Company’s production of Uncle Vanya at New York City Center. Baryshnikov is also performing in Dmitry Krymov Laboratory’s sold-out production of In Paris, which begins next Wednesday at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater.

Of course, The Clock, Uncle Vanya and In Paris are all part of this year’s fabulous Lincoln Center Festival.

 

Mikhail Baryshnikov appears on Charlie Rose to discuss the play In Paris, which he is starring in as part of Lincoln Center Festival August 1st-5th.

 

(Photo by: Annie Leibovitz)
Ballet legend Mikhail Baryshnikov reflects on his In Paris stage role for this article in the San Jose Mercury News. He will perform In Paris at the Lincoln Center Festival this summer. 

 

(Photo by: Annie Leibovitz)

Ballet legend Mikhail Baryshnikov reflects on his In Paris stage role for this article in the San Jose Mercury News. He will perform In Paris at the Lincoln Center Festival this summer. 


 

JUST ANNOUNCED: Lincoln Center Festival 2012!
Highlights include:
- The return of the Paris Opera Ballet to NYC after a 16-year absence, dancing three programs
- Mikhail Baryshnikov in a new play, In Paris
- The Sydney Theatre Company’s acclaimed Uncle Vanya
- Alan Cumming in the National Theatre of Scotland’s one-person Macbeth
- DruidMurphy, a play cycle staged by Garry Hynes for the Druid Theatre Company
- A tribute concert celebrating the music of Curtis Mayfield
- China’s TAO Dance Theater with new works
- Émilie, an opera by Kaija Saariaho and Amin Malouf, starring Elizabeth Futral
- Feng Yi Teng, a chamber opera by Guo Wenjing, directed by Atom Egoyan
…and MUCH more! (Read the entire press release here.)
 

JUST ANNOUNCED: Lincoln Center Festival 2012!

Highlights include:

- The return of the Paris Opera Ballet to NYC after a 16-year absence, dancing three programs

- Mikhail Baryshnikov in a new play, In Paris

- The Sydney Theatre Company’s acclaimed Uncle Vanya

- Alan Cumming in the National Theatre of Scotland’s one-person Macbeth

- DruidMurphy, a play cycle staged by Garry Hynes for the Druid Theatre Company

- A tribute concert celebrating the music of Curtis Mayfield

- China’s TAO Dance Theater with new works

- Émilie, an opera by Kaija Saariaho and Amin Malouf, starring Elizabeth Futral

- Feng Yi Teng, a chamber opera by Guo Wenjing, directed by Atom Egoyan

…and MUCH more! (Read the entire press release here.)