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InDepth InterView: Elaine Stritch On New Doc, Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me, Plus Sondheim Stories, Broadway Memories & Much More

Today we are setting our sights on one of the most iconic Broadway leading ladies alive and looking back at her astonishingly rich and varied career onstage and onscreen, having worked with many of the most important entertainment figures of the 20th and 21st century over her 60-year career and winning multiple awards and honors in the process - the one and only Elaine Stritch. Touching upon her time in many notable theatrical entities ranging from her early work at The New School under director Erwin Piscator to rubbing elbows with legends like Bertolt Brecht, William Inge, Noel Coward, Tennessee Williams and Marlon Brando to her unforgettable turns in Stephen Sondheim's Company and Follies In Concert, Stritch also shines a light on her indelible performances in the plays of Edward Albee and looks ahead to a staged reading of Three Tall Women she is pursuing later this year. Most importantly,

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