I had the great good fortune (as I realize now) to see her in "No Strings" in 1962. She had glamour, authority, ironic humor. She did so much to make that show beguiling (as did David Hayes' sets, Joe Layton's staging and, of course, Richard Rodgers' music). This morning I listened to the OBC recording, something I haven't done in years. She and Kiley have exciting rapport. What nostalgia listening to this score evokes. And Carroll's passing makes it all the clearer that this the show is from a receding past.