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Liza’s At The Palace


Liza Minnelli
brought her electrifying presence to Broadway in her new show “Liza’s At The Palace…, " where the three time Tony Award winning superstar "razzle dazzled" the opening night audience with a confident, grity and of course magical display of showmanship. Liza’s very personal show plays tribute to her godmother Kay Thompson, who as vocal coach and arranger for MGM during that studio’s musical heyday period in the 1940s and 1950s taught Lena Horne and Judy Garland how to sing.

 


Liza Minnelli
brought her electrifying presence to Broadway in her new show “Liza’s At The Palace…, " where the three time Tony Award winning superstar "razzle dazzled" the opening night audience with a confident, grity and of course magical display of showmanship. Liza’s very personal show plays tribute to her godmother Kay Thompson, who as vocal coach and arranger for MGM during that studio’s musical heyday period in the 1940s and 1950s taught Lena Horne and Judy Garland how to sing.

 

Backed by an orchestra with the great Billy Stritch on piano, the evening directed and choreographed by longtime Minnelli collaborator Ron Lewis showcases Liza’s unique gifts. She is the charismatic embodiment of pure musical theater and her gifts after five decades of performing live around the world are immense. By popular demand her limited engagement has been extended through December 28th. For tickets call 212-307-4100 or visit the Palace box office at Broadway & 47th Street.