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Kitty Carlisle Hart has capotured the hearts of audiences across America. From Broadway to the Marx Brothers; from the movies to television, Kitty Carlisle Hart's career has been non-stop journey across America's creative landscape. A wonderful first hand acount of the artists and artistry that made Broadway BROADWAY! This special audio memoir includes such songs as: Smoke Gets in Your Eyes, The Man I Love, Always, and many more
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Kitty Carlisle has enchanted audiences on Broadway and at the Opera. She starred in the Marx Brothers classic A Night At the Opera, and she enchanted audiences nationwide on the television classic: To Tell the Truth. Ms. Carlisle is currently touring the U.S. with her accaimed one-woman show.From AudioFile:
Kitty Carlisle Hart's friends were the American musical theater--Jerome Kern, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Gershwin, and her husband, Moss Hart--to name only a few. In this tribute, Carlisle Hart creates a memoir in story and song. Highlighting her narrative with anecdotes, songs and song fragments, she traces the development of this unique form of American theatrical culture from the first musical, The Black Crook (1866). When Carlisle Hart recorded this musical recollection in 1997, she was 86 years old, and her singing voice had passed its prime. However, this memoir is delightful in its celebration of Broadway, and it's valuable as an oral history of the American theater. R.M. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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