Judy Kuhn

Fri, March 10: 7PM & 9:30PM

“The rare singer who can negotiate tricky folk pop lyrics, art songs, and popular standards with equal authority and insight.” - Stephen Holden, The New York Times

Four-time Tony Award Nominee, Judy Kuhn’s new show celebrates a century of American Song from one remarkable family: Richard Rodgers, his daughter Mary Rodgers and her son Adam Guettel. When the show premiered to a sold out crowd at Lincoln Center’s American Songbook, the New York Times called Kuhn a “top of the line singer [who] portrayed the lineage of the composer Richard Rodgers as more than bloodline, [but] a proudly romantic musical tradition.” Rodgers, Rodgers & Guettel features music direction and arrangements by Todd Almond.
Kuhn made her Broadway debut in the original production of The Mystery of Edwin Drood. She received three Tony nominations for her roles in Les MisérablesChess, and She Loves Me. Kuhn sang the title role in the 1995 film Pocahontas, including her rendition of the song "Colors of the Wind", which won the Academy Award for Best Original Song.  Most recently, she starred as Helen Bechdel in the original Broadway production of Fun Home, for which she received her fourth Tony nomination in 2015.


The show accompanies her most recent album of the same name and includes such classic Great American Songbook songs as "This Can’t Be Love,"  "Hello Young Lovers," "Oh What a Beautiful Mornin’," and more. 

Click here to check out her album.

Tickets: $85/$65/$55
Student Tickets: $20 (Restricted to Mezzanine section, Available by calling the box office).
The Lounge Tickets: Members (Ages 21-35) will receive $10 off per ticket. Must be a member of The Lounge at time of purchase.
For more information, please visit the ticket information page.

“An astonishing talented singer-actor.” - Time Out New York 

“A big voice with a crystal clear delivery, but it’s her stylistic eclecticism that makes her truly matter.” - New York Magazine

“One of the richest and most exciting instruments around.” - Playbill Magazine

“Ms. Kuhn conveys as much insight and empathy as more overtly dramatic singers without straining for a showstopping theatricality; her delivery is refined but not prim, her intonation impeccable … Running only 75 minutes, this compact performance is so well-made in every detail that it cries out for an evening-length expansion on stage or on television.” - The New York Times.

Click here to read the full review.

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