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Mondays – On Stage Live, Life & Music of

1/2, 1/16 &1/30 @ 7:30 PM/CH

1/2 Victor Borge: Probably the most popular musical comedian of the 20th century, Borge was a Danish-Jewish escapee from the Holocaust, who immigrated to America. He was a comedian, conductor and pianist, known as “The Clown Prince of Denmark,” “The Unmelancholy Dane” and “The Great Dane.”

1/16 Robert Goulet: Best known for his role as Lancelot in the Broadway show “Camelot,” Goulet was a Canadian/American singer raised in Lawrence, MA. His career spanned 6 decades, and he was a Grammy, Emmy and Tony Award winner. His signature song was “If Ever I Would Leave You.”

1/30 Elaine Stritch: Four-time Tony Award winner Elaine Stritch performed on Broadway for nearly 50 years, giving memorable performances in show like “Company,” “Bus Stop” and “The Gingerbread Lady.” She was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame and is considered to be one of the American Theaters greatest actresses. She is best known for her version of the song, “Here’s To the Ladies Who Lunch.”