Stephen Holden on Andrea Marcovicci

The NY Times weighs in on Marcovicci’s tribute to music in the movies: ”

Ms. Marcovicci’s new show, “Marcovicci Sings Movies II,” at the Oak Room, is an extensively altered and improved revival of one she performed there 21 years ago. In those days Ms. Marcovicci exuded the charm of an eager lady-in-waiting to the old-time movie star royalty she worshiped. But she has long since become the cabaret embodiment of that royalty. Glamour personified, she is a bejeweled queenly presence who suggests a composite of Elizabeth Taylor and Audrey Hepburn.”

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