Patti LuPone on ‘Company,’ Stephen Sondheim and More

“I have scars,” he thought. “And why are we called ‘bitch’ or ‘hard to work with’ when we are just asking for what we want?” This irritates him, he said, because it is the men who use the letters.

“Obviously, I was a non-graduate person in California after ‘Evita,’ because everyone heard I was a jerk in New York. It’s like, ‘Wait a minute, you want to know why I was tough?’ No, that’s it, ‘You were so hard on the Life’s Too Short List.’ I say this to every woman and man who goes through it. Your talent will run out.

After #MeToo, he added, tyrannical bosses find a hook.

“There are no bad boys in the world,” he said with a sly smile. But his black jokes were still there, so he added, in his show, “We had to go through two well-trained days. I wanted to kill myself.”

She played Norma Desmond in “Sunset Boulevard” in London, before moving to Broadway. In 1994, when Andrew Lloyd Webber was sacked and replaced by Glenn Close, he wrote in his books, “I exercised in my closet with a lantern. I looked at everything I could see – glasses, wigs, makeup, clothing, furniture, everything. Then I pulled out the lamp on the second floor window. ”

He was convicted and used the $ 1 million he won to build a pool at his Connecticut home, now called Andrew Lloyd Webber Memorial Pool.

“The only thing we didn’t do was draw the bottom of the pool,” he said with a laugh.

After decades of insulting activity, Mr. Lloyd Webber once described himself as “a bag of grief.” His anger at Mrs. Close is still lingering. And there is Madonna: In 2017, she told Andy Cohen: “Madonna is a movie killer. She’s dead behind her eyes. She can’t do what she wants out of a paper bag. She added:” It doesn’t have to be in a movie or a stage. “

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