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    Yvonne Constant: La Différence

    Look out, Elaine Stritch: You've got competition for the most glamorous golden-years gams in town, and French chanteuse Yvonne Constant is currently flashing them with style at the Metropolitan Room.

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    Tyne Daly: The Second Time Around

    I didn't catch Tyne Daly's debut at Feinstein's at Loews Regency last year, but it's clear from her new show, "The Second Time Around," why the lady was asked back to help celebrate the boite's 10th anniversary.

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    Bonnie Langford Spends Christmas in New York

    Bonnie Langford has taken the traditional autobiographical approach. The result is mostly, to paraphrase a song from Langford's only Broadway credit, friendly and funny and fine.

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    Try to Remember: A Look Back at Off-Broadway

    Rita Gardner's tribute to the venue that nurtured her cuts its nostalgia with a lightly acerbic wit and mint-fresh song stylings, making for a marvelous hour.

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    Michael Feinstein & Barbara Cook: Cheek to Cheek

    The veteran singer-pianist and the Broadway legend team up for a terrific evening of Great American Songbook standards delivered with unexpected twists and consummate skill.

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    Marilyn Maye: The Best of Times Is Now

    The cabaret icon's sunny disposition should be an ideal match for Jerry Herman's songs, but her startling inability to connect with lyrics left me unable to join in the audience's enthusiasm.