March 2000
More TV show appearances next week
  Patrick will be appearing as a guest on Live with Regis and Kathie Lee on Monday 3rd April.

He is also scheduled to appear on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, on Tuesday 11th April @ 11 p.m. on Comedy Central.

Thanks to Kay Alexiou, Karen Rourke and Jane Hall for the info.

Rosie interview tomorrow
  US viewers can catch Patrick on the Rosie O'Donnell Show on Tuesday 28th talking about his Broadway role as Lyman Felt in 'The Ride Down Mt. Morgan'. 

Thanks to Ana Elba Perez-Matos & Nicole Esslinger

Stewart at Trek/Sci-Fi Con this Sunday
  Whilst currently based in New York for the Broadway run of Arthur Miller's 'Ride Down Mt. Morgan' - previewing today, Patrick will be attending the Star Trek & sci-fi convention on Long Island this Sunday 26th March.

Details of  the convention schedule and ticket sales are available from the organisers - Creation Entertainment

Eon/Mothership features Stewart photos
Eon Magazine The online magazine Eon has a new home with the Mothership web portal, allowing it space to feature even more articles and photos with regular updates on news from the sci-fi world.

Eon's photo editor, Al Orgeta, has an impressive collection of snaps of Patrick which are now located on their own page.

Keep up the good work Al

'Morgan' previews next week
The Ride Down Mt. Morgan Next Tuesday 21st March sees Patrick open on Broadway with the preview of Arthur Miller's 'The Ride Down Mt. Morgan'.

He plays Lyman Felt, a bigamist who has to face up to the consequences of his actions when his hospitalisation - following an accident, brings together his two wives.

Playing his younger wife Leah, is Katy Selverstone who appeared in 'The Drew Carey Show' on US TV.  The role of Theo his other wife is played by Frances Conroy who appeared in this role with Patrick in the Nov. '98 production at the Public Theater. 

The play continues until July 23rd at the Ambassador Theater

Tickets: $55 - $65    Box Office Tel: (212) 239 6200
You can also buy tickets online at Tele-charge

Stewart loses out at SAG's
   Unfortunately Patrick didn't receive the award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries at the Screen Actors Guild ceremony in LA last night.

Stewart was amongst a distingushed list of nominees for his role of Scrooge in TNT's December showing of  A Christmas Carol.  The award went to Jack Lemmon.