a clip of Lucie's reviews for her "Latin Roots" show after opening night at Feinstein's in NYC:
Here’s 50 Years Of “Here’s Lucy” - Part 2
Here’s 50 Years Of “Here’s Lucy” - Part 1
The theme music echoed in living rooms across the country, accompanied by the booming male voiceover announcer.
The vivid colors on countless TV sets were ignited and highlighted by the blue curtain and the vibrant red hair that adorned an animated, wide-eyed, and tuxedoed female doll. All the flair was there, and it was the weekly start of something good. (Full article here)
Lucie Arnaz is working on a film to depict the real life behind 'I Love Lucy'
After a lifetime of shadow boxing, Lucie Arnaz is finally celebrating her late parents.
She’s executive producer of a new film called “Lucy and Desi,” starring Cate Blanchett as TV's queen of comedy, Lucille Ball. Oscar- and Emmy-winner Aaron Sorkin is writing the narrative about a couple trying to juggle family and their 1950s sit-com, “I Love Lucy.”
She’ll also salute her father, Cuban bandleader and actor Desi Arnaz, in an April 3 benefit for the College of the Desert Foundation at the McCallum Theatre, titled, “Stepping Out For College of the Desert: Lucie Arnaz – Latin Roots.” (Full article here)
2018.02.09 DAILY REPUBLIC DIVERSIONS
The New York Pops Presents Lucie Arnaz: The New York Pops Underground
The captivating Lucie Arnaz, headliner of this New York Pops cabaret fundraiser, boasts a show business career spanning a whopping 50 years. Drawing on that wealth of experience, she poured her talent and energy into creating a whale of a show. Patrons of the event, hosted by Steven Reineke, Music Director of the New York Pops, were treated to a magnificent evening of eclectic music that seamlessly wove together the text of Arnaz’s personal and performing life. (Full article here)
The New York Pops Presents Lucie Arnaz: The New York Pops Underground
The captivating Lucie Arnaz, headliner of this New York Pops cabaret fundraiser, boasts a show business career spanning a whopping 50 years. Drawing on that wealth of experience, she poured her talent and energy into creating a whale of a show. Patrons of the event, hosted by Steven Reineke, Music Director of the New York Pops, were treated to a magnificent evening of eclectic music that seamlessly wove together the text of Arnaz’s personal and performing life. (Full Article)
The New York Pops Underground with Lucie Arnaz
On September 25, Feinstein’s/54 Below was packed with supporters for the New York PopsEd Fundraising event to help support music programs in all five boroughs of New York City. The event chairs were Hillary and Bill Weldon.
The star of the evening was the always popular Lucie Arnaz who took the stage re-arranging things (she does have a flair for decorating) with her long time musical director/arranger/friend Ron Abel, and Jeff Barone on guitar, Tom Hubbard on bass and Dan Weiner on drums. Lucie is, as they say in the vernacular, “one helluva performer.” (Full Article).
2017.09 One Night Only Cast and Reviews
RECALLING AMAZING FEMALE PERFORMERS OVERLOOKED IN SEASON OF FESTIVALS
It hasn’t been all music festivals and showcases in April and May. Some of the best shows I’ve seen recently, when not writing about Coachella, Stagecoach, Tachevah and Joshua Tree, were concerts by women.
Specifically, singers Lucie Arnaz, Diane Schuur, A.J. Lambert and flutist Holly Hofmann. (Full Article)
Lucie Arnaz Shows Off Her Latin Roots in Miramar
Lucie Arnaz, daughter of TV royalty Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, shows off her Latin Roots at the Miramar Cultural Center on November 19. The South Florida premiere combines her dad’s arrangements, her own music and intimate home movies through which the story of her family is told. (Full Article)
lucie arnaz: an intimate evening with lucie arnaz
Feinstein’s at the Nikko, San Francisco, CA, September 16, 2016
Reviewed by Steve Murray for Cabaret Scenes
Sometimes it’s fun to stop being a reviewer and just be a fan, and I am a huge fan of Lucie Arnaz. She’s a consummate performer, born to a magical lineage (Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz) and the associated advantages of rubbing elbows with Hollywood and musical legends. Arnaz is a dynamo, using her solid acting chops to add multiple dimensions to each number in a show she said “showed the arc of romance.”
Indeed, she did show all aspects of relationships with her smart song choices. (Full Article)
lucie arnaz: latin roots
The incredible Lucie Arnaz is headed for the Broadway Theatre of Pitman stage! She began her successful career on the beloved television series, Here's Lucy. From there, Lucie went on to star in theatre productions of Annie Get Your Gun, Whose Life is it Anyway?, Educating Rita and My One and Only, for which she received the Sarah Siddons Award. (Full Article)
2016.01.13 - VEGAS SEVEN
SEVEN QUESTIONS FOR LUCIE ARNAZ
Many think of you as an actress, but it seems you’ve been concentrating more on music lately.
For 27 years I have been doing concerts and performing in nightclubs, and I love, love, love doing it. I wouldn’t be doing it if it wasn’t for my father’s influence. When he died, I found tapes of his, some original recordings that no one had unless they were real collectors. I started listening to them and hearing what his big-band days were like. I wanted to be him! I wanted to have a band and perform like him. (Full Article)
14.9.12 - The Denver Post
A show of dark delights, "Pippin" dazzles in Denver launch by Lisa Kennedy
Pip, pip, hooray! That might be the easy response to the national tour of "Pippin," which had its dazzling launch Wednesday. (Full Article)
14.12.10 - Washington Post
Lucie Arnaz, daughter of entertainment royalty, steps into her own circus in ‘Pippin’
NEW YORK — The truth is, she didn’t want the part. At least that’s what Lucie Arnaz, the singer, dancer and daughter of Lucille Ball, believed when she first turned down a role in the red-hot revival of “Pippin.” (Full Article)
13.11.9 - DC Metro Theater Arts
Barbara Cook’s Spotlight: Lucie Arnaz at The Kennedy Center by David Friscic
I came away from Lucie Arnaz‘s concert at The Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theatre with a blissed-out feeling of elation. An invigorating combination of sheer professionalism and pure show-biz panache were the hallmarks of this extremely well-produced show. (Full Article)
12.03.07 - Lee Hartgrave Tonight
LUCIE ARNAZ TAKES US ON A HOLIDAY
The Lights dim and Lucie Arnaz looks stunning in a red short, off-one shoulder - layered roman-esque frock. And that’s just the beginning of fun, nostalgia and wonderful arrangements that are wrapped around outstanding renditions of classic tunes in this delightful show. This time, with a Latin beat. Cha, Cha, Cha! (Full Article)
12.03.07 - Jazz Times
Lucie Arnaz is for real - Daughter of famous parents does not disappoint
Lucie Arnaz is no light weight. As someone who is the daughter of two famous entertainers, she has the immediate problem of being tagged a nostalgia act, or worse, someone riding the coattails of her parents.
But there is not magic dust in the RRAZZ Room, even though it can sometimes seem like it. Lucie is a very professional singer because she has paid her dues. (Full Article)
12.01.10 - Marlo Thomas on facebook
The Writing on Her Wall...
I went to the closing night of Lucie Arnaz at Feinstein's in NYC over the weekend. We both grew up in Beverly Hills with famous parents. I just had one. She had two - Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. Her act is called "Latin Roots" and is all about her dad and his music. She is just spectacular. Here is a picture of Lucie - but you should order her album! (Full Article)
12.01.09 - New York Social Diary
Bright Days and Nights
Also last Thursday night at Feinstein's at Loew’s Regency opened its Winter 2012 season with the return of Lucie Arnaz in a show based on her new CD “Latin Roots.” The show ran for four nights only, ending last night. Paige Peterson was there to cover it for NYSD.. (Full Article)
12.01.07 - Times Square Chronicles
Lucie Arnaz – “My Latin Roots” Cabaret at Feinstein’s at the Loews Regency
Every once in a while an audience is treated to a really special evening...For many years Lucie Arnaz has thrilled audiences, but her “Latin Roots” show at Feinstein’s at the Loews Regency is one that will permanently reside in my brain’s entertainment archives. (Full Article)
12.01.07 - broadwayworld.com
The Cabaret Chronicles: Lucie Arnaz at Feinstein's!
Happy New Year everyone! I kicked off my 2012 with some musical fireworks last night, thanks to Lucie Arnaz and her Latin Roots at Feinstein’s at Loews Regency. (Full Article)
12.01.06 - New York Daily News
Lucie Arnaz, daughter of TV’s first family, pays tributeto dad Desi Arnaz at Feinstein’s — congas included
Lucie Arnaz chased away Old Man Winter Thursday night at Feinstein’s at the packed premiere of her joyfully warm and superbly sung “Latin Roots.”. (Full Article)
12.01.06 - Corinne's Corner
Lucie Arnaz at Feinstein's at Loews Regency
I tried hard to resist saying it, but I am compelled to say I Love Lucie. I mean the dazzling, vivacious Lucie Arnaz who opened at Feinstein’s at the Loews Regency for a four evening engagement. I had previously seen Lucie host a Lyrics and Lyricist Tribute to her father Desi Arnaz and thought that she was just great. (Full Article)