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From Cleveland to Broadway to Hollywood and everywhere in between, actress-singer-comedian Kaye Ballard has travelled the world of show business. From the 1940s to the 2000s, Ballard proved to be one of the most multifaceted talents to ever hit stage and screen. KAYE BALLARD – THE SHOW GOES ON! captures her captivating career and talent.
Beginning in the big band era of the 1940s – when she toured with Spike Jones & The City Slickers – Kaye displayed a penchant for striking versatility and show-stopping vitality. Possessing a powerful voice with the ability to project toughly and tenderly, Ballard became a darling of the New York nightclub scene and championed Broadway with The Golden Apple, Carnival and The Pirates of Penzance. As a torch singer, she introduced such future standards as "Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)," "Lazy Afternoon" and "Maybe This Time." She performed on television variety shows and sitcoms, onstage in London's West End, and co-starred now-classic movies including The Girl Most Likely with Jane Powell, A House Is Not A Home with Shelley Winters, The Ritz with Rita Moreno and Freaky Friday with Jodie Foster.
In a far-reaching career that has brought Ballard many artistic triumphs and millions of adoring fans, there were also inevitable near-misses and lost opportunities which are also brought to light in KAYE BALLARD – THE SHOW GOES ON! Successes and disappointments alike are recalled with honesty and humor by Ballard along with friends and colleagues including Joy Behar, Carol Burnett, Ann-Margret, Jerry Stiller, Woody Allen, Carol Channing, Michael Feinstein, Mimi Hines, Peter Marshall, Rex Reed and Broadway producer Harold Prince, who cites Ballard as one of the greatest female entertainers of all time. NR, 90 min.