Departure – sung by Judy Kuhn

Episode #11: Judy Kuhn can do (and has done) it all! She’s a legit soprano (Cosette in Les Miserables), she’s a classic musical theatre leading lady (She Loves Me), she’s a dramatic belter (Chess), she’s a dramatic actress (Two Shakespearean Actors), she’s a pop singer (Eli’s Comin’), she’s a voiceover artist (Pocohontas), she’s a recording artist (Just in Time – Judy Kuhn Sings Jule Styne), and she’s a concert singer. She keeps you guessing!

Broadway audiences were to have been treated to another Judy Kuhn performance this month, as an interim replacement in The Woman in White in the role of Marian. However, due to that show’s untimely closing notice, her engagement was cancelled. Instead, get your Judy Kuhn fix here, as she sings my setting of the Edna St. Vincent Millay poem, “Departure.” Check out the text of the poem. Recorded 2/14/06.

 

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