What becomes a legend? Broadway's Chita Rivera deservedly earned her status with a limitless talent, an incredible endurance and longevity, perhaps a bit of luck in the gene pool, long and gorgeous gams, lots of pizzazz, and that certain something that has made her a crowd favorite for five decades...See full bio »
(performer: "A Woman Wouldn't Be a Woman" - uncredited, "Blue Moon" - uncredited, "I've Got the World on a String" - uncredited, "The Gold Diggers' Song We're in the Money" - uncredited)
I don't see the camaraderie [on Broadway] as much anymore. Everyone wants to be a soloist before really learning how to relate. When you can relate to the person next to you without words and be alive, when you can keep the energy and interest going, it is magical.
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