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I think your site is very good and complete, but the information you have here.
|Name: Ray Workman||MY URL: Visit Me|
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Judy: I saw your wonderful play SOUVINER, and had the pleasure of talking to you after the show. What a wonderful show. You deserve the TONY. Your number one San Francisco fan.
|Name: Bill J.||MY URL: Visit Me|
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In 1983, my wife Julie played the part of Brigitta when you played Maria in The Sound of Music (Michigan Opera Theatre). Julie jokes that this was her most confident period of her life, before puberty ruined her. Julie now stars as wife, mother, and teacher, though she has done a local rock gig here and there. I know it's a long-shot, but Julie would get a huge thrill if she received a brief note from her childhood mentor and idol. Let me know how to provide her contact information if you think this is something you can do. Best Regards, Julie's Husband, Bill
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Hi Judy! We were in "Kismet" together in Toronto too many years ago! You may remember we played a lot of golf that summer. I now teach at a university and use you as an example of how to do things right!! Thanks... I hope to get to NYC to see the new show. Best! Garry gable
|Name: Ralph Kostant||MY URL: Visit Me|
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Dear Judy: This alumnus of the Clarendon Elementary School (Class of 1966) and Central High School (Class of 1969) orchestras was thrilled to read the recent New Yorker review lauding your socko performance in Souvenir. I will put up money that this show brings you your second Tony. I hope to visit NYC soon to catch your performance. I hope that Florence Foster Jenkins is smiling in heaven--thanks to you, she finally has the musical triumph that she craved!
|Name: Lynda Wells||MY URL: Visit Me|
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Darling Judy! I just saw the show today 12-17-05), and what can I say, Miss Flo, you were FABULOUS. I did want to pop back to tell you in person, but I knew you had another show tonight and thought it best not to disturb your "interval." This is an inspired show, hysterically funny and poignant all at once. How do you DO that? I'm certain that Mrs. Foster Jenkins would be joyful, knowing that she is, at last, on Broadway. Literally. It felt as though Maxene was sitting and laughing with me in the Theatre. I remember being with her every night as we listened to you sing "As If I'm Loosing My Mind" when you both were in "Follies." Oh, how she loved to hear your voice! I can only imagine that, by now, she has found Mrs. Foster Jenkins and is, at this very momnet, figuring out how to harmonize with what is happening in the dear woman's head. "-) Love you lots, and please let me know how to reach you if you get a moment. Lynda
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Judy Saw you last night 12/13/05. Your performance was magnificient. We enjoyed the show tremendously. Wanted to wait to see you but it was way toooooo cold outside. Say hello to David for us. Hope to see you again soon. Beth and Neal Appel, Scott Appel's Mom and Dad and Marcia Kendler's children
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Just got back from New York where I saw SOUVENIR and loved it. Very very funny. Judy and her co-star are so in-sync. Congratulations