PHOTO CALL: Kitty Carlisle Hart's Walk with Music

News   PHOTO CALL: Kitty Carlisle Hart's Walk with Music
 
Kitty Carlisle Hart celebrated her 96th birthday with an updated version of her acclaimed cabaret program at Feinstein's at the Regency.

Entitled I Walk with Music, Hart's evening featured musical director David Lewis on piano. Cabaretgoers heard such tunes as "Alone," which Hart introduced in the Marx Brothers' "A Night at the Opera"; "June in January," which she sang in the 1934 film "Here Is My Heart"; and "I Walk with Music," which the performer introduced on Broadway in 1940. The show-biz veteran also offered tunes by Jerome Kern, George Gershwin and Kurt Weill and related anecdotes about the many people she has worked with throughout the years.

Below: Michael Feinstein and Kitty Carlisle Hart after her opening night cabaret performance.

photo by Aubrey Reuben


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