Surviving the Crunch
Elaine Stritch's remarkable stage career has encompassed Edward
Albee, William Inge, Stephen Sondheim and Noël Coward. She
hasn't always been easy, and she hasn't always been popular with
her colleagues - but today, in her brilliant cabaret act at New
York's Café Carlyle, she's a bigger star than ever. EDWARD
HIBBERT sits down with his favorite tough-talking chanteuse.
Stritch in rehearsal at Manhattan's
Carlyle Hotel for her current act, "At Home at the Carlyle ...
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