To some, he’s the Tony Award-winning revolutionary fromEvita who became a Broadway star in Sunday in the Park with George. To others, he’s the Emmy Award-winning Best Actor from Chicago Hope. These days, many tune in every week to see him in the engrossing drama Homeland. And to others still, he will always be the man whose name is Inigo Montoya, the swashbuckling swordsman in The Princess Bride. Whichever role you know him for, his favorite is singing and performing live. His interpretations of popular standards, superbly accompanied by Paul Ford at the piano, come straight from the heart. From Rodgers and Hammerstein to Stephen Sondheim and back to Irving Berlin and Cole Porter, Patinkin is one of the finest and most revered interpreters of the American Songbook.