The Lunch and Judy Show: ‘Am I As Good As She Is?’ by Judy Stadt

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I am the host and creator and writer and editor of The Lunch and Judy Show. For six years DCMTA’s Joel Markowitz  and I have been schmoozing about theatre in DC, Philly, and NYC and other things…like what was happening in our lives. It’s a blast schmoozing together every week, and I am so honored to bring you The Lunch and Judy Show on DC Metro Theater Arts.

THIS WEEK (Click here to listen): Am I As Good As She is?’ 

COMPARISONS do you make them? Is it NOT fair to compare the artistry of actors, singers, paintors etc.?
DO YOU LOVE ME? Eddie Gomez
DO YOU LOVE ME?, Alfred Molina & Randy Graff

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DO I LOVE YOU BECAUSE YOU’RE BEAUTIFUL?, Mel Torme
LOOKING BACK ON MY DRINKING
IF I KNEW THEN, Jane McDonald

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MY BRUSH WITH FAME & DEATH & ROBERT DiNIRO
WISHING, Glenn Miller
MAKE BELIEVE/THEY DIDN’T BELIEVE ME, Andrea Marcovicci
I’VE GOT YOUR NUMBER, Judy Stadt & John Colianni

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THE PILLOW, a short story by Judy Stadt
HANSEL & GRETEL, Judy Stadt / Millie McGillicuddy
JUDY, JUDY, JUDY, Jonathan Tillotson

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