Linda Lavin first burst on the New York musical comedy scene with roles in Oh, Kay!, It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman andOn a Clear Day, You Can See Forever. TV beckoned and she soon became a household name as the star of the sitcom Alice. In nine seasons, Lavin nabbed two Golden Globes and an Emmy nomination. She even sang "There's a New Girl in Town" over the opening credits of the show. Following this success, she re-focused her attention on the stage and cabaret.
Lavin's new show, The Song Remembers When gives audiences a chance to see her up-close and personal as she recalls her roots in the theater and her early cabaret trials and tribulations in some less-than-glamorous boites. Her varied musical choices range from Gershwin to Maltby & Shire; Dave Frishberg to Trisha Yearwood.
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