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Sondra Lee Celebrates Her Career with Richard Skipper at The Spiral Theater

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Richard Skipper celebrates with talent from around the world. Most recently he joined talented Sondra Lee at The Spiral Theatre.

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Sondra Lee
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LEE'S CAREER

Together, Skipper and Lee celebrated her career. The celebration was held at the theatre in NYC. The conversation was about Sondra Lee as an actress, dancer, director, teacher and the original "Peter Pan's" Tiger Lily.

CONVERSATION

In the conversation Lee, with Skipper, took the audience through nearly 50 years of a glorious career on stage ('High Button Shoes,' 'Peter Pan,' 'Hello, Dolly!,' among others) and films ('Fellini's La Dolce Vita'), in front of and behind the camera.

During Lee's career celebration she told her story of being a part of the Golden Age of Broadway. She described her extraordinary adventures with a touch of humor and loving memories, recollections of trials and tribulations, countless series of short-lived and lifelong friendships and romantic flings with the famous and not-so famous. Sondra revealed it all!

LEE'S STORIES

This talented lady shared such amazing, wicked and woeful stories, in interview fashion, to Richard Skipper and his audience. In addition, Lee's book was available, and after reading it one discovers that it provides insights and wisdom that only an experienced actress with a great deal of charisma could give.

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Richard Skipper
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HOST, RICHARD SKIPPER

When it comes to Richard Skipper, he has rubbed elbows, chatted up and interviewed theater, film, television and cabaret greats for the past two decades running. Skipper's most recent interview was with Eileen Fulton (Lisa of "As the World Turns").

Richard Skipper has interviewed the original cast of "Hello,Dolly!," Miss Carol Channing, Julie Budd, Eileen Fulton, Tommy Tune, Jackie Joseph, Ron Young, Peggy Pope, and more. Fans look forward to more such celebrations!


Deborah Smith Ford is a TV and film actress, celebrity lookalike, writer and author. Read more stories by Deborah Smith Ford.

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