An investment banker with a maniacal streak, Patrick loves pop music, aerobic workouts, Dove bars and dissecting women. Born in a small Georgia town in to a church-organist mother and a father who ran a video store, Mr. Walker, 33, usually carries himself with a friendliness and ease. Timbers added. He hosts stand-up comedy nights when his schedule allows. A better dancer, too. He mentioned that he begins the show wearing only an eye mask and a pair of tighty whities. Walker has. Walker said.
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Reviews of American Psycho on Broadway. See what all the critics had to say and see all the ratings for American Psycho including the New York Times and More Patrick - a young investment banker who moonlights as a serial killer - popped up on a London stage a few years ago, in a musical adaptation that actually proved more entertaining and poignant than its source. That show has now brought Patrick and his story home, and they're scarier and more thrilling than ever Patrick's idol Donald Trump, mentioned more than once in Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's razor-sharp libretto, looms larger and sparks more debate than ever The triumph of this American Psycho, directed with gale force and fabulous style byRupert Goold, is that it doesn't get lost in the details informing its brilliant, brutal satire
Bret Easton Ellis looked uneasy. He shifted in his seat and looked around at the crowd, then leaned back and sighed. Ellis, who had recently flown in from Los Angeles, seemed to be having doubts about the whole endeavor.