Reviews of Liberace & Liza
“Highly entertaining … good music, good comedy, good fun, good time.” –Oregon ArtsWatch
“Whether they’re doing Britney Spears’s ‘Toxic’ or an old Judy Garland tune, it is breathtaking in the funniest, most wonderful way,” Hudson says. “Simultaneously retro and groundbreaking.” Carla Rossi in a PDX Montly feature
“The show imagines the living and departed legends as besties, with a hint of sibling rivalry. Between carols, audience sing-alongs, and Saffert's Liberace-esque piano renditions, there's room for plenty of wisecracking banter. And sequins.” –The Oregonian
“The show celebrated the immense talent and quirky personas of Liberace and Liza while playing upon an imaginary friendship between the two. Saffert and Harris, who’ve performed together for years, played their Liberace and Liza beautifully off one another, at times best friends and at others, hilarious frenemies.” –San Francisco Chronicle
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