Quotation of the Day: As a Cabaret Star Lay Dying, Friends Came to Serenade Her – The New York Times

From left, Barbara Cook, Vanessa Williams, Tom Wopat and Norm Lewis in the 2010 Broadway revue “Sondheim on Sondheim.” Ms. Williams and Mr. Lewis came to Ms. Cook’s bedside and sang to her before her death Tuesday. Sara Krulwich/The New York Times

“We started singing and she lifted her finger up to her mouth. She tapped her lips twice and I thought she was singing with us.”

~JESSICA MOLASKEY, one of the performers who sang to Barbara Cook, a star of Broadway and cabaret, at her bedside in the days before she died.

Source: Quotation of the Day: As a Cabaret Star Lay Dying, Friends Came to Serenade Her – The New York Times

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