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Liliane Montevecchi

In her autobiographical one woman show Liliane captivates the audience the minute she steps on stage. Liliane's remarkable journey began as a Prima Ballerina in Paris, later becoming a MGM film star and ending up as one of Broadway’s most beloved divas.

This enchanting performance is full of amusing personal stories and features legendary songs La Vie En Rose, My Man, You Don’t Know Paree, Irma La Douce, Ne Me Quitte Pas and Folies Bergere.

Living legend, actress, dancer and diva, Liliane Montevecchi is best known for her Tony Award-winning role in Tommy Tune's Nine and in Grand Hotel, Montevecchi's illustrious career spans four decades. Born in Paris, she joined Roland Petit Ballets as a prima ballerina at age 18, spent seven years under contract to MGM, appearing in movies opposite Elvis Presley, Marlon Brando and Fred Astaire, and more. Her most recent film is How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days, with Matthew McConaughey.

Liliane has starred in musicals such as Irma La Douce, Gigi, Hello Dolly, and La Plume de Ma Tante. Audiences have applauded her performances at Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, and at Lincoln Center in a concert version of Follies. On TV she guest-starred in more than 20 shows, and was nominated for an Emmy for Playhouse 90s’s Child of Our Time. She has taken her own highly acclaimed show, On the Boulevard, around the world, and has played every prestigious cabaret venue including the Algonquin, the Russian Tea Room and Rainbow and Stars. She recently performed her one-woman show in London and gave a concert in Palm Springs. Liliane is thrilled to be making her Feinstein’s debut in “Hi, Darlings!” (do you remember me)?

In Paris she received the Boulevard Award for her role as Mistinguett at the Opera Comique. The internationally renowned charity Boys’ Towns of Italy at their 64th Annual “Ball of the Year” Gala honored her as “Entertainer of the Year” in April of this year. And yet she still has time for humanitarian work, for which the Knights of Malta knighted her. She is now a “Dame.”

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