TV EXCLUSIVE: Liza's At Broadway World ...Answering Your Questions!

By: Jun. 03, 2009
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New York critics and theatre audiences fell under the spell of Liza Minnelli's unmatchable magic when she returned to Broadway's legendary Palace Theatre and played a recent sell-out engagement. Now, the Tony-nominated star is here on answering YOUR questions in this BWW TV interview exclusive! Get ready as the iconic Ms. Minnelli is joined by her Broadway co-star, Cast Party host with the most Jim Caruso, in a fun-filled Q and A, only here on BWW TV!

In the Tony-nominated (for Best Special Theatrical Event) "Liza's At the Palace" for the first time onstage, Liza played an affectionate salute to her godmother, the late Kay Thompson who was a ground-breaking vocal arranger and musical director/vocal coach at MGM Studios.

Directed by Ron Lewis and supported by a quartet of dynamic singer/dancers, Liza performed musical numbers (with the original vocal arrangements) from Thompson's historic act with The Williams Brothers. Songs include "I Love a Violin," "Clap Yo' Hands," "Jubilee Time," and "Hello Hello". 

She was joined by her Broadway co-stars, Johnny RodgersCortes AlexanderJim Caruso and Tiger Martina. The legendary Billy Stritch led the evening on piano as musical director and for those who got to see it, it was certainly an experience that they'll never forget!

The original Broadway cast recording of her incomparable show was released on February 3rd, 2009.

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