The Screening Room: A Celebration of Julie Wilson

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Julie Wilson, cabaret singer and comic actress on Broadway, film and TV, died April 5. Playbill.com pays tribute to the late artist with a selection of performance clips.

Julie Wilson sings "I'm Still Here," which she called "everyone's survival song."

Julie Wilson performs two songs by Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh--"Hey, Look Me Over" and "Don't Ask The Lady What the Lady Did Before"--at the 1990 MAC Awards, accompanied by William Roy.

A young Julie Wilson as Lois Lane (with Bill Hayes as Bill Calhoun) performs "Always True To You (Darling, In My Fashion)" from Cole Porter's Kiss Me, Kate in a 1958 television production.

Bea Arthur introduces Julie Wilson at the 1994 MAC Awards; Wilson sings Steven Lutvak's "Inside My Body is a Dancer."

Julie Wilson offers her take on Stephen Sondheim's "The Ladies Who Lunch."

In 2010 Julie Wilson offered a new song by Francesca Blumenthal and Ronny Whyte, "If Here Were Straight and I Were Young."

Julie Wilson sings "Sally" and "I'm Returning Everything."

Three songs from Julie Wilson's 2007 performance at the Gardenia: "Tired," "Don't Take Your Love From Me" and "I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan"— with musical director Christopher Denny at the piano.

Julie Wilson sings "I'm a Bad Woman"

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