Liberace 1962 Riviera Hotel marquee 4-panel print
Liberace discovered Barbra Streisand singing in a nightclub called the Bon Soir, in the East Village, NYC. He recruited her to be his opening act in Las Vegas, in 1962. But her act was perhaps not stage ready.
"She should stop wearing tablecloths for dresses."
~ Mr. Blackwell, 1962
~ Marni Nixon
"That fourth night, after he gave her that stamp of approval, she came out and did the exact show she'd done before and got a standing ovation."
~ Peter Daniels
Streisand Musical Director
"I had to sell her on the value of glamour."
~ Liberace 1973
Barbara Streisand shared the stage with Liberace in Las Vegas, until 1964, when she was cast as the lead in Funny Girl on Broadway, based on the life of Fanny Brice.
- Print on canvas
- Wipe with a clean cloth
- The Product consists of two 20*40cm（7.8"*15.7"） murals and two 20*50cm（7.8"*19.6"） murals
- The custom area is single-side printing.
- There are multiple shipping methods available, and the fees may vary depending on the location and the shipping method.