That’s how she was marketed, in 1966, by The Persian Room at the Plaza Hotel — as the soaring star that she was. Liza Minnelli, born on March 12, 1946 to Judy Garland and movie director Vincente Minnelli, went on to a very public, very distinguished career as a singer/dancer/actress. We’ll catch up with Liza very soon, at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, in what will augurs to be a scintillating and historic evening. Co-hosted with her good friend Michael Feinstein, Minnelli is slated to reminisce about her career, with conversation, covering her many iconic films and songs.
Ahem, Liza will perhaps address her snafu with the new BBC-funded Judy Garland biopic starring Renee Zellweger. A juicy night in store for all with a legend.
Liza Minnelli & Michael Feinstein: In Conversation and Performance | Segerstrom Center for the Arts | June 30