BWW Review: Dynamic Kay Cole Soars wi...

BWW Review: Dynamic Kay Cole Soars with SOUVENIR

It is great to see an artist of Kay Cole 's caliber perform her very first solo cabaret at a later stage of life. This woman has done TV, film, Broadway, national tours; she has directed both musicals and plays, choreographed...and now has released Souvenir, her very first solo CD and achieved a glorious cabaret debut at Sterling's Upstairs at the Federal on Sunday July 16. The show also called Souvenir , which ran under an hour, was directed by Cole's long-time friend the wonderful Bruce Kimmel and musically directed by the fabulous John Boswell , who accompanied her on the piano throughout.

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