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BWW TV: On Broadway With LIZA! - Part III

Liza's at the Palace...! ended her extented run on January 4th, 2009. But the fun is not over!

Catch all the excitement of the first preview, the final performance, tech rehearsal, opening night and more (there was so much it was hard to keep it in order!) as we conclude our exclusive backstage coverage of Liza's At The Palace! You'll see it from every angle, thanks to the host with the most Jim Caruso

The memories will linger forever... a special thanks to everyone at "Liza's At The Palace" for the insider look at a historic and magical time at the Palace!

Along with a twelve-man orchestra led by conductor/drummer Michael Berkowitz and pianist/musical supervisor Billy Stritch, "Liza's At The Palace.... highlighted with many of Liza's showstoppers such as "Cabaret," "Maybe This Time," and "New York New York" - all written especially for her by the legendary Broadway song writing partnership of John Kanderand Fred Ebb. For the first time onstage, Liza also payed an affectionate salute to her godmother, the late Kay Thompsonwho was a legendary performer ("Think Pink!" from "Funny Face"), author ("Eloise at the Plaza") as well a gifted vocal arranger and Music Director/vocal coach at MGM Studios who worked with stars such as Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra andLena Horne.

Accompanying onstage her on the Palace stage was the talented team of Johnny Rodgers, Cortes Alexander, Jim Caruso and Tiger Martina. The concert performance was scripted by Liza and Tony Award-winner David Zippel, and was full of personal stories, anecdotes and heartfelt reminiscences embraced in a theatrical setting featuring scenery by Ray Klausen, costumes by Halston, lighting by Matt Berman and sound by Matt Kraus.

Edited by Craig Brockman

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