Elaine Stritch at Liberty
Elaine Stritch at Liberty is the one-woman show directed by George C. Wolfe for The Public Theater in November 2001, which later transferred to the Neil Simon Theatre on 21 February 2002, closing on 27 May that year. Among its accolades, the production was recognized with the 2002 Tony Award for Best Special Theatrical Event and the 2002 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Solo Performance. The documentary adaptation directed by D. A. Pennebaker aired in 2004 and was awarded Primetime Emmy Awards both for Outstanding Variety, Music, or Comedy Special and Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program.
- Elaine Stritch & George Wolfe on creating At Liberty 14 December 2001 episode of PBS Theater Talk
- Elaine Stritch at Liberty at the Internet Broadway Database
- Elaine Stritch at Liberty at the Internet off-Broadway Database
- Elaine Stritch at Liberty on IMDb
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