...Years ago, the traditional Easter Show played this hall, but apparently even Jesus Christ couldn't hold his own at the box office. God knows, Liberace brought out everything except heaven."

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Liberace made one his most spectacular entrance of all when he popped out of a "Fabrige" Easter Egg wearing a llama fur coat trimmed with sequins and rhinestones weighing a whopping 120-pounds. (His Neptune outfit weighed 200 lbs.))

"Nothing I wear is effeminate. If my audience thought my costumes were too effeminate, I wouldn't wear them. I don't want to look too Boy Georg-ish I've never worn a dress."

During the two and a half hour program Liberace made four entrances using a different car each time, and ten costume changes. As always the cast included the Rockets and The Dancing Waters.

"I love polyester but my designer is a stickler for perfection. He won't let me wear anything fake."

Liberace gave a cooking demonstration at Macy's, and signed autographs at the Baldwin Piano Office before the concert dates.

He is ranked the highest-paid pianist of all time by Newsweek Magazine.

 

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