The critics rave: "A pure entertainer...a triumph" -- New York Times "A+ in latest comeback...a knockout show... she blends her life and her art in the way that only a true legend can." -- New York Post "Santa came early this year - with a fabulous present wrapped in shiny sequins and shimmering stardust: Liza Minnelli. Minnelli's spectacular holiday happening finds Liza with a Z fit, funny, energetic and in her best voice in ages." -- New York Daily News "Minnelli erases any question about her raw power to continue to command a stage and enrapture an audience." -- Philadelphia Inquirer "An amazing show...A sterling piece of entertainment that looks backward and forward" -- Associated Press "Liza is at her best... a seamless night of entertainment...it is magic. Don't miss Liza at the Palace, it doesn't get any better." -- Liz Smith "Sheer charisma and showmanship" -- TheaterMania Liza Minnelli brings her unmatchable magic to Broadway, when she stars in her new show Liza's At The Palace...! The evening feature an incomparable Minnelli songfest including many of her personal favorites and signature hits, followed by a dance-filled tribute to the groundbreaking late-1940s nightclub act of Minnelli's godmother, Kay Thompson. Along with a twelve-man orchestra led by conductor/drummer Michael Berkowitz and pianist/musical supervisor Billy Stritch, Liza's At The Palace...! is highlighted with many of Liza's showstoppers such as "Cabaret," "Maybe This Time," and "New York New York" - all written especially for her by the legendary Broadway song writing partnership of John Kander and Fred Ebb. For the first time onstage, Liza will pay an affectionate salute to her godmother, the late Kay Thompson who was a legendary performer ("Think Pink!" from Funny Face), author (Eloise at the Plaza) as well a gifted vocal arranger and Music Director/vocal coach at MGM Studios who worked with stars such as Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra and Lena Horne. Supported by a quartet of dynamic singer/dancers, Liza performs musical hits (with the original vocal arrangements) from Thompson's act including such numbers as "I Love a Violin," "Clap Yo' Hands," "Jubilee Time" and "Hello Hello."