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Yvonne Constant has sung in cabarets in New York, other parts of the United States and in Europe. Recently she has appeared at the Metropolitan Room in New York 14 times in 2008 and 2009. Her appearances were well received by cabaret critic, William Wolf. Her shows are presented by Jan Wallman, directed and staged by international choreographer Molly Molloy, and her musical director is Russ Kassoff.
Constant was cast for the Broadway production, La Plume de Ma Tante and won a special Tony. When she did The Gay Life with Barbara Cook, Yvonne got a New York Drama Critics Citation as one of the season’s Most Promising Actresses. Johnny Carson had Yvonne on his show 45 times Richard Rodgers saw her on The Tonight Show and chose her for a leading role in No Strings. Then she was the French au pair in the Broadway Comedy, Come Live with Me.
Yvonne was named Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres by the French Government. In 2007, Yvonne sang “Ah Paris!” at the City Center revival of Follies in New York.
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