Elaine Stritch with Jordan Roth Live from the 92nd Street Y!
December 6, 2010
Barrington Stage and Knesset Israel Present Live from NY's 92nd Street Y
Elaine Stritch with Jordan Roth
Elaine Stritch's legendary career began as Ethel Merman's standby in Call Me Madam. Her Broadway and West End credits include such shows as Bus Stop, Goldilocks, Sail Away, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Small Craft Warnings, Company, A Delicate Balance and Showboat. Ms. Stritch received a 2007 Emmy Award for her recurring guest role on NBC's "30 Rock." She won a Tony Award, two Drama Desk Awards as well as a 2004 Emmy Award for the Broadway production of Elaine Stritch At Liberty. In 2005, Elaine made her New York cabaret debut at The Café Carlyle where she performs regularly. This year, in celebration of Stephen Sondheim's 80th birthday, she debuted Elaine Stritch: Singin' Sondheim...One Song at a Time. Ms. Stritch will hit Broadway again in the revival of Sondheim's A Little Night Music.
Elaine Stritch will be broadcast live via satellite from the 92nd Street Y in New York and will be an interactive experience, as audience members will have the chance, during the live event, to submit questions to the speaker via email.