Stephen Holden on Alan Cumming

The NYTimes reviews the man who first became famous here in the revival of Cabaret: “Alan Cumming exudes the fabulousness of a brash showbiz kid catapulted to the top of the world who is so besotted with his own success that he can barely contain his glee. On Saturday evening at the Allen Room, where he appeared as part of Lincoln Center’s American Songbook series, this chameleonic talent (actor, singer, raconteur, comedian, writer) from Scotland strutted his considerable gifts as an all-around music hall entertainer, with intelligence to match his charm.”

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