As long as Liza Minnelli continues to cast her spell over captivated concertgoers, life will remain a cabaret, ol' chum. Nearly 50 years after she made her stage debut, the Broadway legend turned Hollywood superstar remains an indefatigable performer, thrilling fans around the world with nostalgic performances of beloved classics like "New York, New York" and "Say Liza (Liza with a 'Z')." Following a string of critically acclaimed 2013 performances alongside Cabaret co-star Alan Cumming, Liza has fans busting down box office doors for tickets to her coveted 2014 tour dates, which include a lushly orchestrated appearance alongside the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the city's iconic Walt Disney Concert Hall.
The daughter of Judy Garland and Vincente Minnelli, Liza is Hollywood royalty by birth, appearing in her first film at age three. Far from relying on her pedigree, Liza trained extensively as a child, achieving success on her own terms with her considerable talents as an actress, singer, and performer. Following several major roles in the late '60s, Liza launched to international superstardom for her portrayal of Sally Bowles in Bob Fosse's 1972 smash Cabaret, taking home the Oscar for Best Actress. A laundry list of successful films, albums, and television specials followed, cementing her role as one of the most enduring icons in American popular culture.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"The show was just so Liza. She was everything you ever want to see in an artist. She pays attention to detail, tells stories, and makes it her own."
"The show was absolutely amazing. Liza still can sing , move and crack jokes as if she was 35."
"Liza with a Z is still on top of her game. At 67, her energy, vocals, humor, and pizzazz light up the stage."