|Name: Kevin Weldon||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: East Chatham, NY|
Thank you for being so gracious after the perfomance of SOUVENIR last night. My friends and I enjoyed your performance a great deal, and though I would love to see you do Annie Get Your Gun again, my loin cloth wearing days seem too far behind for me to re-create the Papermill triumph of so many years ago. I will treasure the poster you signed for me, and display it proudly in a promenant spot in my collection.
|Name: Judy McNutt||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Pittsfield, MA|
Dear Judy I've always loved your singing and character acting performances. I have cherished all of your work, singing on your CDs and your magnificient performances on all of the Sue Grafton Alphabet Murder Mystery tapes in the Kinsey Millhone role. BRAVO!! Tonight when I saw you at Berkshire Theater Festival in Stockbridge, MA, in "Souvenir..." as the tone deaf spinster Florence Foster Jenkins, my feelings were no different. Thank-you for giving us a delicious performance! No wonder you won a Lucille Lortel Award nomination for this - as it was fabulous!! We savored every moment of your terrific acting, comedic timing, unusual and superb vocal talents, and the connection you made with both your pianist playing Cosme McMoon, and with us in the audience. You brought me to tears when singing the final "Ave Maria" and during the final "if he told her a lie" dialogue. This time instead of cheering "Bravo!" to you in my car or in my den, I cheered, and howeled with raw throat "BRAVO!" to both of you at tonight's in person, as you left me wanting more. I told the playwright tonight, that he couldn't have had a better actress/singer perform his show, (and he agreed). I pray that others see it and that is a huge success when you take it to Broadway at the Lyceum Theater in November. I also thank-you so very much for signing my copy of your "Songs From the Silver Screen" CD, my theater ticket and program!! I will teasure the memory of tonight every time I see them, as they are my precious "Souvenir"! :) From one actress named Judy to another, I wish you continued sucess and all the best in your future endeaveors. Judy McNutt 08-18-05
|Name: Joseph Wise||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Los Angeles, CA|
Hi Judy! I still remember your lovelines from 20th Century. I recently saw George and Jeff in Phantom in NY and we laughed about how you were so fabulous in Veronique after relaxing up in the balcony with the likes of us. Funny the things people remember. Is there a recording of Judy Kaye singing Carlotta in Phantom? Best to You! Joseph
|Name: mary ann||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: felch michigan|
i cant tell you how much i enjoyed your recordings. you never cease to amaze me with your ability to create so many characters in one recording. i have listened to all the kinsey millhoune mysteries, i hope there will be many more. i also hope you will be performing somewhere close by so i can come an see you. it never ceases to amaze me and even make me laugh at your characters voices. thanks for you wonderfull talent.
|Name: John Nicksic||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Santa Fe, NM|
Love your work, looks, and musicality.
|Name: Louis Harrison||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: Austin, TX|
07.02.05 Hello! I've been a fan since I saw the touring company of 'On the 20th century' when it played Austin. Then the productions of 'Orpheus in the underworld' and 'La boheme' at the Santa Fe opera were real treats as well. We want to see 'Souvenir' but were not able to go to New York and probably won't be able to travel to the Berkshires this summer. Will the play tour? Is it going to be performed again somewhere in the future? Thanks! - Louis
|Name: Nick Fathers||MY URL: Visit Me|
|My Email: Email Me||Location: England|
Any idea where I can find the lyrics of "I'm a Botticelli Angel and I'm Bored". Any help much appreciated. Thanks Nick