|Name: Maya Cantu||MY URL: Visit Me|
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Hi, Judy! I'm a musical theatre major at James Madison University, and I just wanted to tell you that you are an inspiration to me. I am so in awe of the way you can glide from a rich, clear soprano to a brassy, pure belt. I have "Diva by Diva" as well as quite a few of your cast albums, and I'd love to collect more--particularly some of the rarer ones like "Magdalena," and "Collete Collage." While I've never had the fortune of seeing you onstage, I very much hope that day will come! Keep up the exemplary work!
|Name: David Vargo||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Lighthouse Point, Florida|
Dear Judy I saw you in the 1978 production of "On The Twentieth Century" at the St. James Theatre shortly after you had assumed the role of Lily Garland permanently. It was a performance and a moment in my life that I shall never forget. I was listening to the original cast album this morning on my way to work and although it is not your voice as Lily, it still brought back so many wonderful memories of you in that production. At the time I was 21 years old and had just moved to New York to pursue an acting career. But as those things go, one thing led to another, and my life took an unforseen path. Nonetheless, there was something very unique and magical about that particular play and cast. I said to myself this morning while I was listening to the CD in my car - "I must find out what ever happened to Judy Kaye." And lo and behold, here is your website. I am so pleased to see that you have had such a successful career. I regret having missed your performances in so many wonderful productions. I would especially have loved to see you as Mrs. Lovett and Mama Rose. Please accept my standing ovation for you from a distance. You are magnificent and thank you for the joyful memories you have brought to my life. Sincerely David Vargo
|Name: Liz Slater||MY URL: Visit Me|
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Hi, Judy: I don't know if you'll remember me or not, but I was your stage manager for "Annie Get Your Gun" in Monroe, Louisiana. I don't stage manage much anymore--I'm usually onstage, rather than behind the scenes. My next role will be Ouiser Boudreaux in "Steel Magnolias." Drop me an e-mail if you get a chance....Liz
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Hey just a quick note to tell you how much I enjoy your audio book work. I am a 40 year old real estate instructor in Michigan and I travel quite a bit, your work for Random House audio doing the Sue Grafton books has saved my life more than once. I just picked up "R. is for Ricochet" and once again you've brought the charectors alive with just your voice: thanks.
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Hi, i'm a senior in high school and just started a production of ragtime as Emma, at our teen pro theatre. Just wanted to say thanks for being an inspiriation to me!
|Name: Hy Sandler||MY URL: Visit Me|
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In the sixties, I and my wife met a Judy Kaye who was on the road with "Top Banana." She recorded for Coral Records and I was the record distibutors manager. Are you that Judy Kaye?
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Just looking at flea markets. Take a look at our site, and sign our guestbook.
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Wow! I read your bio and almost fell out of my chair. You must have a blast doing all this fabulous theater. All that PLUS a Tony Award. You GO girl! Anyway, just wanted to say thanks for reading my play, "Oh, Baby." Hope we have a chance to chat about it someday soon. Again, congrats on a really impressive career...