The Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts kicks off today.
"Today is a dream come true for me," screen and Broadway star Mandy Patinkin said from the Penn Charter stage on Sunday afternoon. "I've been waiting to do this for three or four years."
Please find directions to the Kurtz Center for the Performing Arts at William Penn Charter School for the event on Sunday, March 17, 2013 HERE.
Intercultural Journeys collaborator Mandy Patinkin was interviewed for the online edition of the L.A. Times about his current work in the Showtime series 'Homeland'. In this interview he mentions his upcoming work with IJ.
Patinkin, who turns 60 on Friday, has been hanging out for more than four decades now and has only picked up the pace with age. He just filmed a part in Fisher Stevens' adaptation of "American Pastoral," and is currently in rehearsals for two projects he'll stage between now and May, when he returns to Charlotte, N.C., to film Season 3 of "Homeland": "The Last Two People on Earth: An Apocalyptic Vaudeville," a collaboration with performance artist Taylor Mac, and "Intercultural Journeys," a concert where he'll perform Arabic and Hebrew songs backed by a Syrian percussionist and an Israeli violinist.
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'Homeland' makes Mandy Patinkin feel young, and he's ever active