Tickets for Cook-Stritch Benefit Concert to Go On Sale Feb. 16

News   Tickets for Cook-Stritch Benefit Concert to Go On Sale Feb. 16 Tickets for Barbara Cook & Elaine Stritch — "In Alphabetical Order", the Feb. 27 Lincoln Center Theater benefit, will go on sale to the general public Feb. 16.

A limited number of seats priced at $75 will be available for the annual benefit performance beginning at 10 AM ET. Those interested in attending the 7 PM concert, which will be directed by Jack O'Brien, should call (212) 239-6200 or visit www.telecharge.com. Barbara Cook has starred on Broadway in Flahooley, Candide, The Gay Life, The Music Man and She Loves Me. She received a Best Featured Actress in a Musical Tony Award for her performance in The Music Man, and her one-woman show, Mostly Sondheim, was nominated for a Tony in the Best Special Theatrical Event category. Cook was most recently on the New York stage in Barbara Cook's Broadway. Both Mostly Sondheim and Barbara Cook's Broadway were recorded for DRG. Cook recently made her solo debut at the Metropolitan Opera, an evening that also featured a guest appearance by Elaine Stritch.

Elaine Stritch, who recently played a second extended engagement at the Café Carlyle, triumphed with her one-woman Broadway show Elaine Stritch at Liberty. That musical evening traced Stritch's career, which includes roles in Company, The Little Foxes, Bus Stop, A Delicate Balance, Sail Away and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? The show received a Tony Award for Best Special Theatrical Event as well as two Drama Desk Awards — Outstanding Solo Performance for Stritch and Outstanding Book of a Musical for Stritch and John Lahr. George C. Wolfe directed the Broadway run. The actress also received an Emmy Award for the television broadcast of At Liberty.