Montaigne Medal Finalist for most thought-provoking book of ,. McNair is a Chicagoan who writes a lot about Chicago, but her experiences elsewhere—Vermont, Iowa, Prague, Cuba, Paris—give her a perspective that finds the relatable nuggets in the pan. In this heartfelt collection of essays that run the gamut of emotions, Patricia Ann McNair, with her usual wit, wisdom, and unflinching honesty, articulates all manner of crucial questions—on being a daughter, a sister, a woman, an artist, an American in the here and now; the articulations diving so profoundly into the particulars of her life that we are carried, as articulation of crucial questions usually do, to all manner of universal reflection and contemplation. McNair searches for home, and finds homes instead. Patricia Ann McNair is a brilliant essayist. Her intelligence is fierce, her prose is luminous, her storytelling is enthralling.
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The Broadway star on her greatest roles, her celebrity, and War Paint , which might be her last musical. In her dressing room at the Nederlander Theatre on a Tuesday evening, Patti LuPone is doing her makeup for War Paint , which, she claims, will be her last Broadway musical. Of course, nothing is certain, but for now, the actress has made up her mind.