Bernadette Peters, Sunday in the Park with George
I’d be in the Follies. I’d be in a cabaret. Gentlemen in tall silk hats and linen spats would wait with flowers. I could make them wait for hours. Giddy young aristocrats with fancy flats would drink my health, and I would be as hard as nails and they’d only want me more… If I was a folly girl…
There’s Always a Woman (cut from Anyone Can Whistle)
by Stephen Sondheim
Performed by Madeline Kahn and Bernadette Peters
A catty female duet in the tradition of Mozart’s “Via, resti servita, madama brillante” from Le nozze di Figaro and Weill/Brecht’s “Jealousy Duet” from The Threepenny Opera.
Bernadette and Madeline? Oh hells to the yes..
Oh sweet hilarious misogyny. I mean, um… Look at the shiny divas!
Another rendition of this fabulous song by Marin Mazzie & Stephanie D’Abruzzo here.
Too Many Mornings
Ron Raines, Bernadette Peters, Lora Lee Gayer and Nick Verina