Diahann Carroll's new show, The Life and Times of Diahann Carroll features songs and stories from her legendary career.
Diahann made her Broadway stage debut starring in Harold Arlen and Truman Capote's House of Flowers and after seeing her in this production, Richard Rodgers created the Broadway musical No Strings as a starring vehicle for Ms. Carroll, for which she won the Tony Award. She also starred on Broadway in the play Agnes of God. Her film work includes Claudine, for which she received a 1974 Best Actress Academy Award nomination, Carmen Jones, Paris Blues, Porgy & Bess, I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings and Eve's Bayou.
Stuart Ross directs.