Cabaret Co-Sponsors: Lohmeyer Plumbing and Salin Bank
Media Sponsor: The Republic; Talent Partner: The Cabaret
Reminiscent of a young Barbra Streisand, four-time Tony Award nominee and the actress who created the role of Cosette in Les Misérables, Judy Kuhn’s tender and wistful sound turns wonderfully full at the drop of a hat. Her ability to shape a phrase with velvety legato and find the right expressive coloring for each note and each word is the epitome of cultured vocalism. Kuhn’s show is titled Rodgers, Rodgers and Guetell.
VIP $55 | Preferred $35 | General $20
March 9, 2017 • 7:30 p.m.
300 Washington St.
Columbus, IN 47201
“One of the richest and most exciting instruments around.” – Playbill Magazine
“As a musician, [Kuhn] inhales Sondheim’s score as if it were oxygen!” – The New Yorker
“Judy Kuhn is lump-in-your throat poignant!” – New York Daily News
“She applies her pitch-perfect voice to songs from other corners of the tunesmithing globe and from writers
a Kuhn fan might not immediately associate with her. The sophistication here is
so lavish you could spread it on a layer cake.” – Huffington Post
Judy Kuhn sings “I Dreamed A Dream” from Les Misérables in this 1988 performance at the White House.
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