“…Moulton has the comic timing of Carol Burnett and a big expressive voice.”

- Spokane Spokesman-Review

"Judy Ann Moulton delivers with exactly the right tone…”

- Seattle Times

Show compiled and directed by David Hunter Koch, noted national director and playwright, and the creator and producing director of Seattle's preeminent cabaret theatre, Cabaret De Paris from 1988-2003.

Having participated in the prestigious International Cabaret Conference at Yale University, Judy Ann with her orchestra will draw from every facet of Ms. Garland's career in radio, movies, television, and the concert stage, and she promises to entertain audiences as she performs the songs of Judy Garland, in her own rich, expressive voice that has been described as "nothing short of amazing" (Seattle Times).

Judy Ann has performed this original program to enthusiastic audiences in the Pacific Northwest from Federal Way to Bellevue to Everett, in sunny Palm Springs, CA, and in places as far away as Winchester, England. Judy Sings Judy broke box-office records at its 2010 engagement at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue, WA, drawing rave reviews, including ".this tireless, people-pleasing performer won the audience's heart, and a well-deserved standing ovation" (www.TalkinBroadway.com), and ".she manages to take Garland's songs and embrace them as if they were precious gems.." (www.BroadwayWorld.com).

A member of Actors Equity Association and the Pacific Northwest Cabaret Association, Judy Ann has been performing on Pacific Northwest stages for over 20 years, including the 5th Avenue, Village Theatre, Bellevue Civic Theatre, and Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre. Some of Judy's favorite roles so far are Princess Puffer in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Old Lady in Candide, Annie Oakley in Annie Get Your Gun, the Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and the title role in Mame.

Judy Garland was a phenomenal performer and a Hollywood legend, whose talent continues to inspire generations of performers, and Judy Sings Judy is Judy Ann's tribute to the great songstress.

Judy Ann Moulton has been in demand as a featured performer for musical theater in the Pacific Northwest for over 20 years!  From Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre to the Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre and all points in between, Judy Ann has delighted audiences with her graceful voice and powerful stage presence in such roles as Annie Oakley in Annie Get Your Gun, The Witch in Into The Woods, Princess Puffer in The Mystery Of Edwin Drood, Sister Hubert in Nunsense, The Narrator in Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and the title role of Mame.



Judy Ann Moulton scores big laughs and a few tears in her showcase solos…”

- Back Stage West


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Jon Paul Miller, Producer