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(1999) TV commercials: the Institute for the Achievement of Human Potential

(12/1/93) At the United Nations performing live John Kander's and Fred Ebb's "The Day After That" from the Broadway musical "Kiss of the Spider Woman". This song was hoped to become the song for the war against AIDS.

(1992) Stage: Record-breaking engagement at New York City's Radio City Music Hall in a production called "Liza Minnelli Live from Radio City Music Hall"

(1963) Stage: Appeared in "Best Foot Forward" (off-Broadway debut)

(1965) Stage: Appeared in "Flora, the Red Menace" (Broadway debut, Tony Award)

(1977) Stage: Appeared on Broadway in "The Act" (Tony Award)

The Rink (1984). Musical. Book by Terrence McNally. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Music by John Kander. Choreographed by Graciela Daniele. Assistant Choreographer: Tina Paul. Directed by A.J. Antoon. Martin Beck Theatre: 9 Feb 1984- 4 Aug 1984 (204 performances + 29 previews that began on 12 Jan 1984. Cast: Liza Minnelli (as "Angel"), Chita Rivera (as "Anna"), Jason Alexander (as "Lino/Wrecker/Lenny/Punk/Uncle Fausto"), Ronn Carroll (as "Ben/Wrecker/Dino's Father/Mrs. Silverman/Sister Philomena"), Scott Ellis (as "Lucky/Wrecker/Sugar/Punk/Arnie/Suitor/Bobby Perillo/Danny"), Kim Hauser (as "Little Girl"), Scott Holmes (as "Guy/Wrecker/Dino/Father Rocco/Debbie Duberman"), Mel Johnson Jr. (as "Buddy/Wrecker/Hiram/Mrs. Jackson/Charlie/Suitor/Junior Miller"), Frank Mastrocola (as "Tony/Wrecker/Tom/Punk/Suitor/Peter Reilly"). Standbys: Patti Karr (as "Anna"), Lenora Nemetz (as "Angel"). Understudies: Rob Marshall (as "Lino/Lucky/Tony"), Frank Mastrocola (as "Guy"), Kimi Parks (as "Little Girl"), Jim Tushar (as "Ben/Buddy"). Replacement actors during run: Stockard Channing (as "Angel"), Scott Ellis (as "Mrs. Antonelli"), Standby: Mary Testa (as "Angel"). Frank Mastrocola (as "Danny"), Kimi Parks (as "Little Girl"). Standby: Mary Testa (as "Angel"). Understudy: Barclay DeVeau (as "Little Girl"). Produced by Jules Fisher, Roger Berlind, Joan Cullman, Milbro Productions and Kenneth-John Productions (Kenneth D. Greenblatt: President. John J. Pomerantz: Executive Vice President). Produced in association with Jonathan Farkas and Jujamcyn Theaters (under the direction of Richard G. Wolff, President). Associate Producer: Tina Chen.

9/6/92: Performed on "The Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon".

(1988) TV commercial: for Estee Lauder "Metropolis" cologne for men,

(12/99) Stage: Opened her "Minnelli on Minnelli" Broadway musical tribute to her father Vincente Minnelli

Stage: Appeared in "Liza's Back", Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 4/02.

Stage: Appeared in "Liza's Back" on Broadway at Beacon Theater, New York City, 6/02.

Stage: Starred in "The Diary of Anne Frank" high-school and on tour, 1960-61.

Stage: Starred in "Carnival" with David Daniels, directed by Rudy Tronto, at Paper Mill Playhouse, Millburn, NJ, 1964.

Stage: Co-starred with mother Judy Garland in "Judy & Liza at the Palladium", London, England, 1964.

Commercials: The face of M.A.C. Cosmetics, with print advertisements on postcards and posters, 10/03.

Stage: Performed live in concert at Chastain Park, Atlanta, GA, 5/15/04.

Audio commentary for DVD of The Band Wagon (1953) with Michael Feinstein.

TV commercial: Freixenet wine, 1977.

Stage: Replaced Julie Andrews in Broadway production of "Victor/Victoria", 1997.

CD (w/Judy Garland: "Judy Garland/Liza Minnelli: Back to Back Hits--Two Generations of Genius" (Columbia)

(1964) Stage: Appeared in "Carnival" at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ.

(2010) TV commercial: Snickers with Aretha Franklin, Bill Parks, Arjay Smith, Toby Meuli & Emanuel Borria.

(July 30,1979) She was the Storyteller for the ballet, "Appalachian Spring," "O Thou Desire Who Art About to Sing," "Errand Into the Maze," and "The Owl and the Pussycat," in a Martha Graham Dance Company production at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, London, England with Janet Eilber, Peter Sparling, Tim Wengerd, Yuriko Kimura, Janet Eilber, Peggy Lyman, George White Jr. and Charles Brown in the cast.

(July 28,1979 Matinee) She was the Storyteller for the ballet, "Serphic Dialogue," "Errand Into the Maze," "Diversion of Angels," and "The Owl and the Pussycat," in a Martha Graham Dance Company production at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, London, England with Janet Eilber, Christine Dakin, Elisa Monte, David Brown, Yuriko Kimura, Tim Wengerd, Peter Sparling, and Charles Brown in the cast.

(July 26,1979) She was the Storyteller for the ballet, "Appalachian Spring," "Episodes," and "The Owl and the Pussycat," in a Martha Graham Dance Company production at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, London, England with Susan McLain, Peter Sparling, Tim Wengerd, Yuriko Kimura, Janet Eilber, Peggy Lyman, and Charles Brown in the cast.

(2011) CD: "Confessions".

(1975). Stage Play: Chicago. Musical comedy. Book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Based on the play "Chicago" by Maurine Dallas Watkins. Musical Director: Stanley Lebowsky. Music orchestrated by Ralph Burns. Dance arrangements by Peter Howard. Choreographed by Bob Fosse. Assistant Choreographer: Tony Stevens. Scenic Design by Tony Walton. Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt. Lighting Design by Jules Fisher. Sound Design by Abe Jacob. Hair Design by Romaine Green. Assistant Scenic Design: John Kasarda. Directed by Bob Fosse. 46th Street Theatre: 3 Jun 1975- 27 Aug 1977 (936 performances + 24 previews that began on 12 May 1975). Cast: Jerry Orbach (as "Billy Flynn"), Chita Rivera (as "Velma Kelly"), Gwen Verdon (as "Roxie Hart"), Barney Martin (as "Amos Hart"), Mary McCarty (as "Matron"), M. O'Haughey (as "Mary Sunshine"), Candy Brown (as "June"), Hank Brunjes (as "Dance Alternate"), Christopher Chadman (as "Fred Casely"), Cheryl Clark (as "Liz"), Graciela Daniele (as "Hunyak"), Gene Foote (as "Aaron"), Gary Gendell (as "Court Clerk"), Richard Korthaze (as "Sergeant Fogarty"), Michon Peacock (as "Annie"), Charlene Ryan (as "Go-To-Hell-Kitty"), Ron Schwinn (as "Judge"), Paul Solen (as "Harry"), Pamela Sousa (as "Mona"), Monica Tiller (as "Dance Alternate"), Michael Vita (as "Martin Harrison"). Standbys: Marsha Bagwell (as "Mary Sunshine/Matron"), Lenora Nemetz (as "Roxie Hart"). Understudies: Richard Korthaze (as "Amos Hart"), Michon Peacock (as "Velma Kelly"). Replacement actors during production run: Mace Barrett, Joan Bell (as "Annie") [from 10 May 1976- ?], Georgia Creighton (as "Matron") [from Jul 1977- ?], Rex Everhart (as "Amos Hart") [from 20 Feb 1976- ?], Fern Fitzgerald (as "Go-To-Hell-Kitty"), Richard Korthaze (as "Amos Hart") [from Aug 1977- ?], Debra Lyman (as "Mona"), Peter Marinos (as "Mary Sunshine") [from 17 May 1976- ?], Liza Minnelli (as "Roxie Hart"), [from 8 Aug 1975- 13 Sep 1975], Lenora Nemetz (as "Roxie Hart") [from 30 Jul 1975- ?], (and as "Velma Kelly") [from 28 Jul 1976- ?], Gena Ramsel (as "Go-To-Hell-Kitty"), Alaina Reed (as "Matron") [from 10 Jan 1977- 13 Jul 1977], Ann Reinking (as "Roxie Hart") [from 7 Feb 1977- ?], Gwen Verdon (as "Roxie Hart") [from 15 Sep 1975 - ?]. Standbys: Elaine Cancilla (as "Velma Kelly"), Steve Elmore (as "Billy Flynn"), Peter Marinos (as "Mary Sunshine"), Candace Tovar (as "Roxie Hart"). Produced by Robert Fryer and James Cresson. Produced in association with Martin Richards, Joseph Harris and Ira Bernstein. Note: Filmed as Chicago (2002).

(October 1977) She acted in John Kander and Fred Ebb's musical, "The Act," at the Majestic Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Barry Nelson in the cast. Martin Scorsese was director.

(1974). Stage Play: Liza. Special Production. Music by John Kander. Lyrics by Fred Ebb. Book by Fred Ebb. Musical Arrangements: Ralph Burns, Billy Byers, Marvin Hamlisch, Mort Lindsey and Peter Matz. Music arranged by Fred Werner. Choreographed by Bob Fosse and Ron Lewis. Directed by Bob Fosse. Winter Garden Theatre: 6 Jan 1974- 26 Jan 1974 (23 performances). Cast: Liza Minnelli, Pamela Barlow, Spencer Henderson, Jimmy Roddy, Sharon Wylie. Produced by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President). Produced in association with Ron Delsener.

(June 29, 1988) Guest on "Live on Five".


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