Stephen Holden on Tom Wopat

The NYTimes on the epitome of male cabaret heterosexuality: “Tom Wopat strolled into the Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel on Tuesday evening, crooning a flawless a cappella rendition of “Last Night When We Were Young.” Halfway through the song the pianist Tedd Firth slid in behind him, and Mr. Wopat’s wonderful new show, “Love Swings,” was off and running.”

Is it me or have the NYTimes’s pictures of cabaret singers been particularly unflattering as of late?

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One Response to Stephen Holden on Tom Wopat

  1. minnie says:

    It’s just you, pal. As far as I’m concerned, he looks cute as a button here.

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