View the Trailer for "Elaine Stritch: So Shoot Me" Documentary

News   View the Trailer for "Elaine Stritch: So Shoot Me" Documentary
The trailer for the new documentary "Elaine Stritch: So Shoot Me," by filmmaker Chiemi Karasawa, can now be viewed on the Isotope Films website.

Elaine Stritch
Elaine Stritch Photo by Aubrey Reuben

Director and Isotope films co-founder Karasawa spoke with exclusively last November about the upcoming film that chronicles the life of the Tony and Emmy Award-winning stage icon. She and her team are currently editing the film, which is aiming for July completion.

A theatrical debut has not yet been determined, Karasawa told Click here to read's story about the documentary.

The trailer for the film includes excerpts of Stritch's performances at the Cafe Carlyle and at Town Hall, as well as interviews with Nathan Lane, Harold Prince, George C. Wolfe and Stritch's musical collaborator Rob Bowman.

View the trailer here.

Here's how the film is billed: "At 87, Broadway legend Elaine Stritch is still at it — on tour in NYC, Detroit, L.A. and San Francisco. For more than six decades, the Tony and Emmy Award-winning performer has been in the spotlight on the stage and screen. Now we are behind-the-scenes with Stritch: rehearsing, traveling and performing in what may be her final tour of performances. Captured in vivid verite, punctuated by memorable archival footage, interviews and stolen moments, an intimate and inspiring portrait of a survivor emerges. By turns bold, hilarious, and achingly poignant, the film artfully connects Stritch’s past to her present, and asks the viewer to consider what it ultimately means to be alive."

Visit the Playbill Vault to explore more about Stritch's decades-spanning career on Broadway.

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