Liza’s at the Palace BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
December 3, 2008
Closing:
January 4, 2009

Theater: Palace Theatre / 1564 Broadway, New York, NY, 10036

Synopsis: 

The legendary Liza Minnelli returns to Broadway with a show featuring her favorites, her hits, some classics and a dance-filled tribute to her godmother, Kay Thompson.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Liza’s at the Palace

    December 3, 2008: "I wish I had met Kay Thompson, the creative whirlwind who inspirits the second act of Liza Minnelli’s new show, “Liza’s at the Palace ...,” or simply had the chance to sit at her feet and absorb her presence. From the moment Ms. Minnelli joins forces with a male singing and dancing quartet to resurrect parts of a famous nightclub act Thompson created in the late 1940s and early ’50s with the Williams Brothers, the Palace Theater blasts off into orbit.."

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  • NEWSDAY REVIEW OF Liza’s at the Palace

    December 3, 2009: "Britney who? Liza Minnelli is not having a comeback as much as an actual resurrection on Broadway in "Liza's at the Palace…!," a slick and exuberant time-capsule that opened last night in the theater where both she and her late mother, Judy Garland, have famously lived their ups and downs in publi"

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  • NEW YORK POST REVIEW OF Liza’s at the Palace

    December 3, 2009: "It may be time for a moratorium on Liza Minnelli's career death watch. This in defatigable performer has endured so many problems - personal and physical - and has had so many comebacks that, in terms of sheer drama, she's outdone her famous mother."

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  • VARIETY REVIEW OF Liza’s at the Palace

    December 3, 2009: "In her return to Broadway after nearly 10 years’ absence, Minnelli had the opening-night audience in the palm of her hand from her first moment onstage -- striking that signature, one-arm-pointed-skyward pose, appropriately framed by a giant pink triangle of light. Even without the occasional shouts of “I love you, Liza,” the affection flowing from the crowd hung in the air like perfume."

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  • NY DAILY NEWS REVIEW OF Liza’s at the Palace

    December 3, 2008: "Santa came early this year - with a fabulous present wrapped in shiny sequins and shimmering stardust: Liza Minnelli."

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  • ASSOCIATED PRESS REVIEW OF Liza’s at the Palace

    December 3, 2008: "The woman knows how to a work a room. Even one as big and as historic as the Palace Theatre, that shrine to vaudeville on the corner of Broadway and 47th Street on the edge of Times Square."

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  • AM NEW YORK REVIEW OF Liza’s at the Palace

    December 3, 2009: "“Do you remember when I used to sit down during the second act? Now I do it during the first act,” says 62-year-old Liza Minnelli, who is making her first Broadway appearance in a decade at the Palace Theatre, where her mother Judy Garland once triumphed.."

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