Long before his headline roles in TV shows such as “Mad Men,” or in movies like the upcoming, Austin-shot “Parkland,” Bryan Batt had bested the Broadway stage.
The suave actor who played the sexually equivocal art director Salvatore Romano on the Madison Avenue drama series had taken leading parts in “Starlight Express,” “Cats,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “Saturday Night Fever.” He’d also backed up marquee actors in “La Cage aux Folles,” “Seussical” and “Sunset Boulevard.”
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‘Batt on a Hot Tin Roof’
When: 7 and 9:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Where: Zach Theatre
Cost: $40 to $70. VIP tickets, $105, for the 9:30 p.m. performance include a meet-and-greet with Bryan Batt.
Information: zachtheatre.org; 512-476-0541