This week we spotlight the choices of veteran singing actress Patricia Morison, who created the roles of Lilli Vanessi/Katharine in the original Broadway production of Kiss Me, Kate and celebrates her 100th birthday March 19.
I couldn't speak for an hour after the curtain came down.
Katharine Cornell in The Barretts of Wimpole Street
Katharine and Brian Aherne were magical.
The Lunts in The Guardsman
Masters of duplicity on both parts.
Epitome of masculinity with a glorious voice.
Merman in anything...pure and effortless.
I was flattered to understudy her at 19, but never went on.
Absolutely lovely with a glorious voice.
Gertrude Lawrence in Charlot Revue
Unbelievable - Beyond charm.
Riveting and Breathtaking.
Who else can make you laugh and cry at the same time?