|Name: Ray Janer||MY URL: Visit Me|
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We saw 'Mama Mia' last night and it was terrific. Couldn't keep my eyes off your part. I was afraid my loud laughing may have annoyed some nearby patrons. Will surely be looking for your 'return' to Broadway.
|Name: moira holland||MY URL: Visit Me|
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Hi Judy!!!! I only want to say thanks for your part in my healing process!!! I have traveled all over the country these past 4 years to medical clinics to seek help with my chemical poisoning...during each driving trip I would listen to Books on tape and you were great as Kinsey Millhone...You will never have a full appreciation for the impact that you have on those of us who will never see you on Broadway but will yoy will seem LARGER THAN LIFE over our car stereos.....You have been a comfort and a blessing AND make driving across 4 states A HELL OF A LOT EASIER!!! Thanks again!!!!!! moira holland, lubbock, texas
|Name: Michele||MY URL: Visit Me|
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Judy - I brought my two daughters to see Mama Mia yesterday afternoon and we sat in the first row. My daughters absolutely loved the show. It was my second time and I thought that once again you were phenomenal. Your facial expressions were priceless. I wish you the best of luck in all of your future endeavors. Michele
|Name: GEORGE CHAMPION||MY URL: Visit Me|
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I had the pleasure of co-starring with Judy (and David Green)in the NY Theatre Guild's SAIL WITH THE STARS a few years ago. Talented??...well, duh!! But also a kind and gracious lady! Wishing you CONTINUED success!!! xo George
|Name: John Chasse||MY URL: Visit Me|
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Ive been lucky enough to see Ms Kaye twice, on Broadway.In the original NYC cast of Phantom;and Ragtime.Judy is a true goddess and diva.All good adventures.John
|Name: Alissa||MY URL: Visit Me|
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Dear Judy, I must tell you a very important story. My highschool was supposed to do Into The Woods for a musical this year, but they changed it to Ragtime. I had never seen it, so immediately I vowed "never to audition." But then the director told me that he really wanted me to try out for Emma Goldman, and I still refused because honestly, I knew nothing about the character or the show. Well, my mother made me listen to "A Night that Goldman Spoke ..." and I was still skeptical, but very interested in your fiery performance. Eventually, I auditioned with that very piece, because it turned out to be my favorite show in the play, and to my surprise, I got it! This just happened a few days ago, and I am ecstatic, overwhelmed in complete Euphoria! But, since you are my ultimate mentor/idol for this role, I must ask if you have any advice for me, such as how you prepared for the role, etc. I have begun by reading many of her documents and listening to some of her famous speeches, but I would really like some advice, since I am still worried about 'pulling it off', because we are the first highschool in Illinois to perform Ragtime! I left my email address above, but just in case, it is SportyMJC5@aol.com. I would absolutely love to get some advice from my favorite Emma Goldman!
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Dear Judy, I saw Mamma Mia last night (August 31) and I have to tell you that you stole the show for me. It was my forth broadway show and you were by far the best performer in the best show that I have ever seen. Your facial expressions and timing in delivering those lines were perfect and I want to come see it again before you leave. Good luck to you with whatever you do next... I am an instant fan.
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Are you aware that the link to Ragtime opens a porno site?