Couldn't see Elaine Stritch in New York? At Liberty now on CD
BY Advocate.com Editors
April 30 2002 12:00 AM ET
Gay theater icon Elaine Stritch knocked Broadway on its ear with her one-woman show At Liberty, which closes May 26. But for all those who couldn't make it to New York to see her in person, DRG Records has produced a two-CD recording of the show. What's next for La Stritch? According to syndicated columnist and longtime Stritch buddy Liz Smith, Stritch will soon take At Liberty on the road or to London--or maybe both.
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