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Tony Award-winning actress/singer Laura Benanti ("Gypsy" 2008) is one of those Jacks of the entertainment industry who is a Master at all of them. Over the past 15 years of singing and acting, she has racked up quite a resume of work on television ("Eli Stone," "The Playboy Club," "Law & Order: SVU," "Go On," "Royal Pains," "Nurse Jackie"); film ("Take The Lead," "Falling for Grace," "Meskada"); and theater ("The Sound of Music," "Swing!," "Into the Woods," "Nine," "The Wedding Singer," "Gypsy," "In The Next Room," "Why Torture Is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them," "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown"). And, as if all that work wasn’t enough, Benanti recently released a live album of her live stage show "In Constant Search of the Right Kind of Attention" on Broadway Records this past September.

Just as multifaceted as her career in entertainment, "In Constant Search....." displays the versatility in her live concert performances as it takes you through "a smart, funny, tuneful evening," says The Washington Post. Benanti engages her audience with humor, her voice and stellar songs. Stand out selections on the album are her reprisals of songs from two of her Broadway roles, "Unusual Way" (from "Nine") and "Model Behavior" (from "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown."

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