The famously private legend refuses to speak about her remarkable career. Mary is one of the few people to have interviewed her: she wrote and produced the highly acclaimed PBS documentary, Doris Day: A Sentimental Journey. Mary did extensive interviews with Day herself, as well as with some of the star's friends and fans: actor Tony Randall, film critic Molly Haskell, writer John Updike and Day's son Terry Melcher. For her show at Feinstein's, Mary not only sings Doris's praises, but recounts the time she spent with the star. Mary performs songs from such films as The Man Who Knew Too Much ("Que Sera Sera"), Love Me or Leave Me ("It All Depends On You" and "Shakin' The Blues Away"), Jumbo ("Why Can't I") and April in Paris ("That's What Makes Paris Paree"), in addition to selections from the albums Day by Day ("I Remember You") and Latin For Lovers ("Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps"). She is joined by Musical Director Don Rebic on piano, Chip Jackson on bass and Jim Hirschman on guitar. The show is directed by Richard-Jay Alexander.