|Name: Michelle||MY URL: Visit Me|
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I know that your success lies far beyond the audiobooks you've done for Sue Grafton, but just wanted to say that I love your representation of Kinsey Millhone in this series. You really nail the character and I look forward to hearing T-Z :) Sometimes I forget that your voice is really each character - it is very entertaining! Great job - and as a result, I am now aware of your primary work. I look forward to seeing your performances. Thanks!
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Judy, Love listening to your voice in the Kinsey Milhone series. Makes me want to have a QP with cheese! Cordially, Melissa
|Name: Sheila Lewis||MY URL: Visit Me|
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Hi Judy - Just wanted to let you know that Kinsey Milhone wouldn't be Kinsey Milhone without you. Thank you for many happy hours of listening! Hope to see you one day on stage. - Sheila
|Name: laura (laurie) bernell||MY URL: Visit Me|
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JUdy, I went to Central High with you--a coupla years younger. You were my idol. We "co-starred" in Summer and Smoke. You applied my makeup and taught me that theatre was serious. I'll never forget BELLS ARE RINGING. It was a JOY! Nice you made it. Best, Laurie
|Name: Rachel Friend||MY URL: Visit Me|
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After hearing you at Millenium Park this weekend, I was reminded of your performance of the song There is a Garden from Trouble in Tahiti at Carnegie Hall years ago. I NEVER forgot that song and sought out the lyrics (I am a gardener and an amateur singer.) But, how can I get my hands on a recording of YOU singing THAT song? I would love to buy it!!! With huge appreciation, Rachel Friend
|Name: Wayne L Whitehill||MY URL: Visit Me|
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Dear Ms. Kaye, I've just returned from the Westport Country Playhouse where friends and I saw the 2nd performance of your wonderful vehicle. We were in the audience Thursday night when the unfortunate accident stopped the show--I'm sure is was as frustrating for you and Donald as it was for us. We were so happy we returned to catch all of the 2nd act and it answered some of my questions. I've seen you before on stage and know of your great voice, but was wondering how much of a strain it gave you spending 2 hours creating a truly horrible, unmusical sound. But when we saw the end of the play (and we were so happy to hear your true singing voice), I guess that answered that question. My other question was since Ms. Jenkins did some recordings, did you research and listen to them and try to duplicate her true (unmusical) sound or did you create such a horrible sound out of your own imagination? In any case, it was truly hilarious and finally deeply moving. Thank you and Donald for a truly memorable night in the theatre. Looking forward to your next venture. Sincerely, Wayne L. Whitehill P.S. I'm a former Equity member and still a member of S.A.G.
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|Name: Jim and Sally Haines||MY URL: Visit Me|
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In January of this year (2007), we saw what will likely stand as the most memorable theatrical performance of our lifetime when we had the good fortune of seeing you in Souvenier. There is hardly a day that goes by without us fondly remembering the play. Yes, we have obtained 'Madam Flo's' recordings and we remember the gift of your play each time we hear her passionate singing that evokes many different emotions. Thank you, thank you, thank you.