May 2000
Bravo TV go behind the scenes of 'Morgan' 
  US TV viewers check your schedules for this Sunday 14th May when the Film and Arts channel Bravo should be showing The Greenroom - an exclusive behind the scenes look at the rehearsals and opening night for Arthur Miller's 'Ride Down Mt. Morgan' with of course Stewart playing Lyman Felt.

The show should air around 11:30 pm /ET and is scheduled for a repeat on Sunday 4th June at the same time.

Thanks as ever to Karen Rourk for this

'Morgan' gets 2 Tony nods, but none for Stewart 
The Ride Down Mt. Morgan Have recent events had any bearing on today's Tony nominee announcement? 

Arthur Miller's 'The Ride Down Mt. Morgan'  gets a nomination for Best Play, and Frances Conroy a nomination for Best Performance by a Featured Actress. 
See the full list of  Tony nominations at Playbill Online

Perhaps not unsurprisingly Patrick was given a wide berth this year, but as Huddersfield Town will no doubt also be reflecting - 'There's always another year'...

......and in a busy week
  Having hosted the annual Drama League Luncheon last Friday, Patrick will be amongst the presenters of the Drama Desk Awards this Sunday 14th May at LaGuardia Concert Hall in NY's Lincoln Center.
The event is televised live on NY 1 from 9 - 11 pm. 

Thursday 11th May is the day of the Equity actor's union hearing which Stewart has to attend following the Shubert Organisation's complaint to them over the post curtain call speech...

'Where's the publicity?' say Stewart and Miller
The Ride Down Mt. Morgan Are the Shubert Organisation failing to provide promotion for the recently opened Miller play? An obviously miffed Patrick caused quite a stir by publicly criticizing the producers of the 'The Ride Down Mt. Morgan' after the curtain call at a recent performance.

Read all about it at the Electronic Telegraph site

Coincidentally earlier last week on Tuesday 25th April, Patrick was principal speaker at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts graduation ceremony held at the Majestic Theatre - and was introduced by Gerald
Schoenfeld, chairman of the Shubert Organization....

Thanks to Aline, Jewel, Karen and others for the above