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Well, my "little vacation" ended up lasting two and a half years... funny how life steers your life in directions you weren't planning on. I'll start off with occasional posts, but I fully plan to resume this blog to full speed by the new year.

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Friday, December 17, 2010

Broadway Ladies: Ms. December 2010: Judy McLane

If you've seen Mamma Mia! on Broadway in the last 5 years or so, you've probably seen Ms. December donning those"stinkin' stilettos' or that fabulous spandex.  Or maybe you've seen her in that most excellent independent film, Were the World Mine.  Regionally, you might have seen her critically acclaimed turns as Eva Peron in Evita or as the title characters in Victor/Victoria.  Off-Broadway, she appeared in Johnny Guitar for which she received numerous award nominations and critical acclaim.  And on Broadway, she also appeared in Chess.  A staple in the Broadway community, Ms. December is also frequently a part of her "pet" charity, "Broadway Barks."

Of course, I am speaking of Broadway's Tanya, Judy McLane!

Ms. McLane's headshot

At a Broadway event

Evita: "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina"

Evita: "A Waltz for Che and Eva"

Victor/Victoria: Robert Cuccioli,
Judy McLane and Lee Roy Reams

Victor/Victoria: "Le Jazz Hot"

Were the World Mine: A mom to a gay teen,
Judy co-starred with Jill Larsen

Broadway Barks

Johnny Guitar: Judy was a pistol-
packin' gal... and a Drama Desk Nominee!

Mamma Mia!: With her current
co-stars Lisa Brescia and Gina Ferrall

Mamma Mia!: "Super Trouper"

Mamma Mia!: Tanya with one of
many Peppers...

"Does Your Mother Know?":
Judy McLane and current Pepper,
Mark Dancewicz

Donna and the Dynamos
through the years...

Mamma Mia!'s 5th Anniversary with
Carolee Carmello and Olga Meredies

Judy McLane: Dancing Queen
and Broadway Star!

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1 comment:

  1. I absolutely love Judy! What a phenomenal choice :)


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