When You Lie About Your Age, The Terrorists Win: Carol Leifer's ("Seinfeld") One-Woman Show
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Few Broadway musicals are more beloved than The Sound of Music, and now you can see it live in a production by Lyric Opera of Chicago, with Hollywood star Billy Zane stepping into the role of Captain von Trapp. It's the story of Maria, an aspiring nun who takes a job as governess to the widowed Captain von Trapp's seven children. As she gradually earns the heart of the family -- and their father -- the von Trapps are threatened by the rise of the Nazis, and must figure out how to escape Austria. "My Favorite Things," "Edelweiss," "Do-Re-Mi," "Climb Ev'ry Mountain," "The Lonely Goatherd" and the soaring title song are just a few of the unforgettable melodies in this classic work of musical theater. The cast includes opera stars Christine Brewer and Elizabeth Futral, Jenn Gambatese of Broadway's Wicked and All Shook Up, and Edward Hibbert of Frasier. Learn More
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Carol Leifer is an internationally acclaimed comic, comedy writer and producer. She spent three years writing for “Seinfeld” eventually going on to produce, which earned her both Writers Guild and Emmy Award nominations. Carol Leifer, comedian Carol was the real-life inspiration for the Elaine character played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Her most notable episodes of “Seinfeld” include “The Rye,” “The Beard” and “The Lip Reader” (with Marlee Matlin). Carol served as a writer and supervising producer on HBO’s critically-acclaimed “The Larry Sanders Show.” In 1998, she made her television starring debut on The WB’s “Alright, Already.” She was the Co-Executive Producer of the ABC sitcom “It’s, Like, You Know,” starring Jennifer Grey. A native of Long Island, NY, Carol began her career in the late 1970s as a stand-up comedian, performing in well-known Manhattan comedy clubs such as The Comic Strip, Catch a Rising Star and The Improv. Her big break came when David Letterman unexpectedly saw her perform, which led to 25 appearances on “Late Night with David Letterman.” In addition, Letterman also produced her 1988 Cinemax special, “Carol Doesn’t Leifer Anymore.” Leifer also wrote, produced and starred in three Showtime specials: “Carol Leifer Comedy Cruise” (1989), “Really Big Shoo” (1990) and the three-time CableACE Award-nominated “Gaudy, Bawdy and Blue” (1992). In addition, she appeared in HBO’s “Young Comedians Special” and “The Rodney Dangerfield Special.” A fixture on the stand-up circuit, Carol Leifer has also been a frequent guest on numerous television shows including: “Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist,” Politically Incorrect," “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” and “The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder.” She also hosted four seasons of A&E’s “Caroline’s Comedy Hour,” as well as guest-hosted for the cable series “Talk Soup” and the late night talk show “Later.”