Monday, February 1, 2010

Ladies Who Lunch - Elaine Stritch

Elaine Stritch has been singing and acting in movies, TV and on the stage for decades. And at age 85 she's at the top of her game -- winning Emmy's for her turn as Alec Baldwin's crazy mother on "30 Rock" and selling out her performances at the Cafe Carlyle (I tried getting tickets -- really, really expensive tickets -- and they're all sold out). Anyway, here's Elaine Stritch singing one of her signature tunes, "Ladies Who Lunch", from the Stephen Sondheim musical Company (the original production of which she appeared in 1970).

In an era where old New York is vanishing, Elaine Stritch is a class act whose act will never get old and will never fall out of fashion.

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