Judy Glad: 12 Things You Don’t Know About Me!

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Judy Glad

12 Things You Don’t Know About Me!

The Duplex, NYC, April 15, 2018

Reviewed by Chris Struck for Cabaret Scenes

Judy Glad

With Judy Glad’s show, one can easily see why people would trust her to teach them or their loved ones how to sing. She demonstrated that she not only could sing, but she could very easily break down the nuts and bolts of how to do it. This was exemplified by her brief discussion of her time at Carnegie Mellon and her dusting off an old opera standby, Carmen’s “L’amour est un oiseau rebelle” (Georges Bizet), complete with a sultry fan dance, for only her second number. A great start to a show that used different “things you didn’t know about [Judy]” to transition from song to song.

From there, Glad became more nostalgic/reminiscent, which offered more opportunities for her to showcase her musical chops.

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Her days as a wedding singer offered up a chance to joke about “With This Ring” as she re-enacted, with her daughter Jessy Tomsko (who took on the role of music director/pianist), the things that go on in the background (at a wedding). While performing the song —with no mistakes or breaks, mind you — she fixed her makeup and turned the pages of the book, and then “noticed” that the ceremony was wrapping up and went into the final chorus.

A pair of even more memorable highlights, however, came when she described the experience of wearing an Elmo suit after surprising us with “Elmo’s Song,” and when she got her old band back together, when husband Steve Tomsko and brother/guitarist Frank Glad came up on stage to sing “Raised on Robbery” (Joni Mitchell), which they used to perform dressed in gangster attire. Her daughters also joined her, a cappella, for a strong trio performance of “Chapel of Love” (Jeff Barry/Ellie Greenwich/Phil Spector).

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There certainly were “12 Interesting Things” and more than a few songs of a wild variety that made for a life well enjoyed. Fittingly, it came to the end with the thrilling encore, ABBA’s “Thank You for the Music” (Benny Andersson‎/Björn Ulvaeus). Certainly nothing can “capture a heart like a melody can.

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Chris Struck

Chris Struck's debut novel, Kennig and Gold, is due to be officially published in June 2019. He's written reviews for Cabaret Scenes since August of 2017. For more information about the writer, see StruckChris.com