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Archive | The Lunch & Judy Show with Judy Stadt
Happy Halloween 2012 Everyone!!
What’s going on here???
EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME, Red Garland & Judy Stadt
LIVING ALONE AND I LIKE IT, Sophie Tucker
I don’t know if I REALLY like living alone. I think I’m just a chickenshit and I don’t know how to compromise… and I want to be accepted for who I am.
WORDS CAN’T DESCRIBE, Sarah Vaughan
How are you living your life … are you a partner or are you living your life alone? Are you happy with the way you are living? Do you share your life with pets? Is that better than being with another human?
TOGETHER WHEREVER WE GO, Ethel Merman
WE WILL ALL GO TOGETHER WHEN WE GO, JONATHAN ADAMS
Lunch and Judy Show # 132: It Can Be A Wonderful World If You Don’t Give Up, No Matter How Much You Want To
PUNCH AND JUDY WALTZ, Michel LeGrand
ON MY WAY TO YOU, Kevin DozierHELLO YOUNG LOVERS, Laury Shelley
RADIO CHAT WITH JUDY STADT & LAURY SHELLEY
PIECES OF DREAMS, Laury Shelly
How do I stand out from all the rest?
How is my show “different” than others…
EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME, Judy Stadt & Red Garland
RADIO CHAT WITH PENNY TEMPLETON
ADELAIDES LAMENT, Faith Prince
WHAT I DID FOR LOVE
YOU OUTHTA BE IN PIX, Rita Ellis Hammer
PENNY TEMPLETON’S BOOK, Acting Lions
AN ACTORS LIFE FOR ME
ALL IN FUN, Margaret Whiting
and speaking of fun…
EVERYBODY WANTS TO BE SONDHEIM, Amanda McBroom
I LIKE BANANAS BECAUSE THEY HAVE NO BONES, Terry Waldo
Speaking of Bananas, Judy Stadt
THE RADIO MAKES ME CRAZY!
THEY’RE COMING TO TAKE ME AWAY, Hilarious Hit Makers
Start with a little ranting, what can I tell you?
I’M WRITING MY MEMOIR, Judy Stadt
LIFE STORY, Lynne Winter
MOVIE REVIEW, An Angel At My Table
PUTTING IT TOGETHER, Paul Gemignani
ONE JUST LED TO ANOTHER, Written by Judy Stadt
SINGING IN THE RAIN, Gene Kelly
IT HAD TO BE YOU, Judy Stadt & John Colianni
WRITER’S BLOCK, a monologue by Judy Stadt
Lunch and Judy Show # 126: A Little Bit of This… A Little Bit of That And A Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch
RUM AND COCA COLA, The Andrew Sisters
SOME OLYMPIC STANDUP
MONEY, MONEY, From Cabaret
Really! I don’t know about you, but my days are going by way too fast.
Here’s a tip for you …. Enjoy your life NOW, it’s later than you think! Enjoy your senior discounts and Medicare too.
SUNDAY IN NEW YORK, Richard Holbrook
BUT ALIVE, Lauren Bacall (from the musical APPLAUSE)
I tip my virgin marguerita glass to the players in the Olympics!
WINNERS, Frank Sinatra
DO YOU PAY ATTENTION TO THE HEALTH OF YOUR BRAIN?
Most people realize that they have to have a good diet for their physical health,
but you can eat a diet that will promote good brain function.
UNDERSCORE: ROY HARGROVE, Dream Traveler
HAPPY TALK, Nancy Wilson
MAILAISE, Written and spoken by Judy Stadt
IT’S MY BIRTHDAY!!… and I’m so lucky to have the will to keep learning and doing and living in the best way that I can.
CELEBRATION OF ME, Diane Langton
GERSHWIN MEDLEY, Glad
Parents have done, and still do/say ignorant things and didn’t know that they were hariming the tender minds of their chidren FOR THE REST OF THEIR LIVES! … just because they are parents that doesn’t mean that they are smart. Usually, it’s just the opposite … they are clueless!
CHILDREN WILL LISTEN, Barbra Streisand
PEOPLE DO ANYTHING TO FEED THEIR ADDICTION but what if it’s food?
I LOVE TO COOK
A JOKE FROM COLIN LIVELY!
TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT … can we change our mentality about food?
Here are real steps you can take to achieve your goals & dreams
APPLE HONEY, The John Colianni Quartet
Monologue: I’m so proud of myself because I accomplished the impossible.
LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING, Margaret Whiting
THIS MOMENT, Rich Siegel
CHAT about EX PATS, Judy Stadt
WITH THESE HANDS, Sarah Vaughan
RADIO CHAT WITH SALLY DEERING and Judy Stadt
COMEDY … What’s funny?
Dr. Shadenfruede speaks out.
SCHADENFRUEDE, Avenue Q
I WANNA BE MEAN, Judy Stadt
GEORGE CARLIN SPEAKS ON COMEDY
I’ve reinvented myself so many times I’m not sure who I am right now.
The important thing is to try to know yourself, what are some of the things that you love to do, if you had a chance to do “it all again” what would you do? Just ask yourself all the questions … be your own creator … who am I, what do I love, why do I love certain things and where would I love to be … etc., etc., etc.
WE CAN DO IT, Nathan Lane & Matthew Broderick
BROADWAY BABY, Elaine Stritch
I was never $$ obsessed.
I only needed money if I needed it … to pay a bill (DUH) but, I did need to LOVE
what I was doing more than anything. Of course, in theatre the pay checks are
not the reason why people go into theatre … especially in the beginning.
TUNE: FATSO, The Story
“ Someone will admire my gorgeous arms and legs when I’m only one hundred pounds!”
There’s a village in Uganda where fat women are revered. The fatter the better … the men are more respected if their women are fat … and treated as valuable … like a cow.
Do you write? It’s easy … if you can speak you can write. Try it.
Pick a subject and tell about it … find someone who may be interested in what you have to say and read it to them, who knows, you just might be another Hemmingway!
WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW, Will Chase
THE STORY OF MY LIFE, Marty Robbins
MOTHER’S DAY, Teddy Kempner
BABY BABY BABY
BABY MINE, Bette Midler
A PAST MOTHER’S DAY, The Haircut, Judy Stadt
MOTHER, Terry Waldo
THIS IS MY MOTHER, Comedian Jean Carroll
AND I’LL BE THERE, Rosemary Clooney
ALL ALONE, A little touchy feely (sorry).
SO LONG MOM, Martin Conner & Robin Ray
TOO STONED TO CARE, Fran Landesman
MOTHERS, Meaghan Blanchard
A SCHMOOZE WITH JOEL MARKOWITZ http://dcmetrotheaterarts.com
MAMA DON’T ALLOW, The Jive Aces
WITH ONE LOOK, Glenn Close
YOU OUGHTA BE IN PICTURES, Rita Ellis Hammer
THE CLOWN AROUNDS COMPANY, a Judy Stadt memory of her earlier theatrical days when her three sons were little.
ENTOURAGE, Bobbie Horowitz
Making changes all the time to mind and body is the secret to happiness AND fitness. Judy put in a large flat screen tv and installed a Wii Physical Fit system … it’s GREAT.
TWEET – TWEET, Abraham Inc.
RADIO CHAT WITH PLAYWRIGHT ROBERT PATRICK
JUDY’S NOT TOO OLD, Judy +
STARTING OVER, Judy Stadt gives some advice on how to make changes.
SCHMOOZING WITH JOEL MARKOWITZ http://dcmetrotheaterarts.com
Joel and Judy give excellent ways to save money on parking and more in NYC!
THE KING’S NEW CLOTHES, Danny Kaye
Lunch and Judy Show # 110: Wanna Stay Young..Always Make Sure that You Have Something to Look Forward To
I have learned that in order to stay relatively young at heart at least, its very important to have something to look forward to. Plan the things you like to do and work your plan so that you are actually doing it. BTW this very show will announce something new for me, Judy Stadt to look forward to. There’s going to be a new STREAMING, LIVE, VIDEO WEEKLY WEB TV version of THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW on Tuesday nights at 8:00 from New York City!
SHE’S THE MOST, The Nairobi Trio
GOODY, GOODY, Oleg Frish
RADIO CHAT WITH OLEG FRISH
RHODE ISLAND, Oleg Frish
COOKIE, an original monologue by Judy Stadt
THE PLUMBER, An original skit written by Judy Stadt, performed by
Judy Stadt & Neil Gallagher
THEATRE SHMOOZER JOEL MARKOWITZ http://dcmetrotheaterarts.com
THE LADIES WHO LUNCH, Elaine Stritch
SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME, Judy Stadt
JUDY, Louis Prima
MANIPULATION, a parody by Judy Stadt
ASK DR. WIENER, on Positive Manipulation
MICHAEL LANNING chats with Judy about Show Biz and more…
GOD’S ARMS ARE ALWAYS, Michael Lanning from Bonnie & Clyde
WORDS, A RAP SONG, by Judy Stadt
A DOG HAS DIED, a poem by Pablo Neruda
LET’S NOT DISCUSS IT, Jesse Charbonier
KENTUCKY ARROGANCE, a poem by Judy Stadt
JOEL MARKOWITZ, theatre schmoozer http://dcmetrotheaterarts.com
HABITS, a monologue
MEMORIES, At the beach
MEMORIES OF YOU, Rosemary Clooney
How do you deal with the travails of the world? Do you despair over the unending wars and cruelty? I sit alone in my studio and do this show wondering about YOU.
D’YA LOVE ME, Margaret Whiting
THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM, Richard Kiley
COMMUNICATE, Judy Stadt & partner
WOLF IN DISGUISE, A story of communication by Judy Stadt
FOUR JEWS IN A ROOM BITCHING
TALK TO THE SENIORS IN YOUR LIVES … ASK QUESTIONS!
A COMMENTARY ON THE MOVIE “GENERATION RX”
AFTER YOU’VE GONE, Dina Washington
A LITTLE COMEDY, Weela Gallez
Remember the Horn & Hardart Automats? Here’s a bit of information to remind you of those wonderful restaurants that were so revolutionary … that’s right, and oh, so good. And they did have the greatest coffee too!
COMMENTARY, Judy Stadt
I’M IN LOVE WITH MY COMPUTER, Dottie Burma
THE ACTOR’S NIGHTMARE happened to me today!
LIFE IS, Zorba The Greek
EVERYTHING HAPPENS TO ME, Judy Stadt
GEORGE CARLIN … on life
THE BARIUM ENEMA, by Judy Stadt
(This dialogue was taken out of a guide for doctors on how to talk with
their disgruntled patients … no kidding)
IT’S NOT JUST ABOUT TALENT, Commentary with Judy Stadt
DON’T ASK ME NOT TO SING, Andrea Marcovicci
A QUEERY … DO I HAVE WHAT IT TAKES?, Judy Stadt
THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT, Judy Garland
Are you afraid all the time and don’t know why? This is no surprise because we’ve been “taught” to fear by all the media. Fear of terrorism, fear of germs, fear of strangers…
What in the world is wrong with our kids? They seem to have no social graces and don’t know how to communicate with others … an example is my visit to Reading Day.
I DO NOT KNOW A DAY I DIDN’T LOVE YOU, Tony Bennett
A STORY OF A CHILD GROWING UP IN THE ’40’S … me!
BE MY VALENTINE, Written by Bob Ost, sung by Rebecca Luker
I’ve found myself lost in the sadness of a world that the majority of it’s inhabitants believe in magic. Because of this belief so many people are dying of violence and cruelty and, in my opinion, it is all for nothing. Isn’t it a pity?
What is the difference between the stars of today and yesterday?
The star system was very different in the days of Hollywood past.
I’VE WRITTEN A LETTER TO DADDY, Bette Davis
TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT: … uh, umm, like, sorta, you know what I’m saying?
HAS MADAME HAD IT?, Diane Findlay
The good, the bad andthe ugly…
RECOLLECTIONS OF MY GRANDMA and other things.
Underscored by SAY IT, Kurt Elling
THAT’S MY GRANDCHILD, Dottie Burman
I’m addicted to Facebook … that’s good and that’s bad because let’s face it any addiction is bad, however, it keeps me from dwelling on me, that’s the good news … but the issues that confront our world today make me crazy. There is so much corruption in the world and people don’t know about it … or it’s that they just don’t care. They are being poisoned by the food they eat and the air they breathe. So with the event of the mental hospitals letting go of all their inmates, those same people are now living on the streets of our cities creating havoc with the world.
NOBODY DOES IT LIKE ME, Two For The Seesaw
TRAVELIN GAL, Written and performed by Judy Stadt
JUDY’S STAND UP? Should I go on the road?
IT STARTED ALL OVER AGAIN, Tommy Dorsey & Frank Sinatra
SOME REAL STAND UP WITH RODNEY DANGERFIELD
MONA LISA, Mickey Katz
ENTOURAGE, Bobbie Horowitz
RADIO CHAT WITH JOANIE PALLATTO, Chicago Sound
I THOUGHT ABOUT YOU, Miles Davis & Judy Stadt
TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT, Judy, how do you get your material?
Here’s to new beginnings.
Not resolutions exactly, but a good chance to write down what you wish for the new year. I’m going to create a speaking career along with my radio show because I feel that I have something value to give to people. So, if you are looking for an entertaining, informative, inspirational speaker … give me a call.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Tom Lehrer
A CHRISTMAS MEMORY (not for the sensitive), Judy Stadt
SILVER BELLS, Johnny Mathis
ARE YOU LONELY TODAY?
STOP & SEE ME, Ellen Greene
What is lonliness and WHY are we in an epidemic.
LONELY WAS MY NAME, Judy Stadt original
YOU’RE LONELY & I’M LONELY,Tommy Dorsey & Frank Sinatra
I love to sing, but it occurred to me that when I’m alone I am silent.
The only talking I do in my home is to my two little doggies. And to you, of course.
SHOW FOLK, by Ben Schaechter & Dan Kael
Judy’s experience in the Yiddish Theatre … fun story
MEL TORME drops in on Judy and they sing together…
Speaking of “dropping in” get a load of this happening to Judy
I meet seniors all the time and they tell me how they have absolutely no experience using a computer and I think that is very sad. Their world would open up so much if they only knew how to do simple things. I wrote an award winning play about an elderly school teacher who lives in a retirement community who transformed herself from a woman trapped in a wheelchair into a young girl again … her computer became her time machine! This is the topic, and the show is enhanced by tunes and commentary … pure entertainment!
On this episode we discuss wars … the cost of war in money since 2001 so far is over 1,227,165,456 and going up every second. Our cost in terms of our loss in our beautiful sons and daughters is priceless. FOLLOW THE MONEY!!!!!
Direct from NYC’s Beacon Theatre Judy Stadt tells about her experience performing in the Conan O’Brian Show
IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU, Doris Day
THE NAMING OF CATS, from the B’way Musical Cats
CHARLIE WEST INTERVIEW
WHY GOD WHY, Charlie West
I LOVE YOU FOR SENTMENTAL REASONS, Judy Stadt
JULIA OBRIEN INTERVIEW
THERE’S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS, Ethel Merman
TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT
THE COMPANY WAY, How To Succeed in Business
Last night the Conan O’Brien show was graced by the purrrrfect presence of WGRN”s own Judy Stadt, who stole the show during a show-opening skit in which Conan launched the show by saying he had, as special guests for the show, the orignal 1982 cast of Cats. What happened next was pretty hilarious, as 11 old and decrepit “Cats” cast members and one lively and spry one (Judy, of course) came down the aisles and harassed the audience. WGRN is proud to note that the best closeup from the whole bit was of our own Judy Stadt. (She’s the one pawing the blonde lady in the aisle.)
IN THE BEGINNING … Understanding Agent Orange
CANCER, Joe Jackson
MORE … Some understanding about Radiation
THE ART OF DYING, Jon Brodor
IN THE WORDS OF GEORGE CARLIN by Judy Stadt … On Cancer
WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD, Judy Stadt
CANCER, LD & Ariano
BURZYNSKI THE MOVIE for some positive news
ACCENTUATE THE POSITIVE, The Jive Aces
THEATRE SCHMOOZE with Joel Markowitz http://mdtheatreguide.com
INSTINT TO SURVIVE, Dr. Feelgood
A HAUNTING TALE, by Judy Stadt
HAUNTED HEART, Jo Stafford
ESCAPE: THE HOUSE OF USHER, Edgar Allen Poe
INTERVIEW WITH BELA LUGOSI
LEMONADE, from Miami Beach Monsters
VISIT WITH A GHOST, Judy Stadt
CATSKILLA’S REVENGE, Lyric by Stephen Cole, Music by Steven Silverstein…performed by Stephen Cole with Silverstein at the piano
A SOUTHERN TALE
I WANT TO BE EVIL, by Judy Stadt
MICHIEF NIGHT, Sue Maskaleris
THE TRANSYLVANIAN TWO STEP, Sugar Kane
MRS. SCHROEDER’S BABY, by P. Maxwell
Adapted for the show by Judy Stadt
JUDY RANTS “ASK YOUR DOCTOR” … CHANTIX TO STOP SMOKING?
I LIKE BANANAS, Terry Waldo
JAPANESE SENIORS … SUICIDE MISSION? ABSOLUTELY NOT
WHEN YOU’RE OLD AND GREY, Jonathan Adams
I LIKE AMERICA, Noel Coward
PHOEBE SNOW, No Regrets
THE PLATTERS, I’m Sorry
THE ROAD YOU DIDN’T TAKE, George Hearn
INTERVIEW: SEAN DOUGHERTY discusses the Old Time Radio Convention coming up in Newark NJ
JE NE REGRETTE PAS, Edith Piaf
I’M SORRY, Brenda Lee
I COULD HAVE TOLD YOU SO, Frank Sinatra
THEATRE SCHMOOZE, Joel Markowitz http://mdtheatreguide.com
REGRETS, James Brown
ASK DR. WIENER, Regrets?
Judy’s monologue about life and a way to make your life a happier experience takes the show in a philosophical direction. ”Ask Judy” takes the show on more funny road.
Life today is so interesting, don’t you think? One one hand people look to religion for solace and hope and on the other hand religious people are going to Africa and spreading the word that homosexuals should be forced to become straight or receive capital punishment.
*Storytime tells of a girl who was raised by Wolves leaving the countryside and moving to the Big Apple.
THERE’S A BOAT LEAVIN SOON FOR NY – Calloways
AUTUMN IN NY – Billy White
HO HO WATANAY (Iriquois Lullabye) Pamela Ballingham
SUNDAY IN NEW YORK – Richard Holbrook
NEW YORK’S MY HOME – Sammy Davis Jr.
ANOTHER NY AFTERNOON – Hector Coris
Storytime this week is an original by Judy Stadt called KAISHA’S SECRET. Judy tells you what it was like being a little girl in the 40′s…trolley cars, no air conditioning or supermarkets and hardly any tv! Then a little history of the Carousel. Yeah, it was a different world then.
CAROUSEL … Wolfgang Knittel (Jacques Brel is Alive & Well)
SUMMERTIME … Judy Stadt
SAY IT … Kurt Elling
DON’T ASK ME NOT TO SING … Andrea Marcovicci
MERRY GO ROUND … Alex Battles
TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT … Why are our corporations forsaking us and sending their jobs abroad? Why are people blaming Obama for this economy and fail to mention that Bush put us in a three trillion dollar hole, not to mention all our soldiers killed … and for what? Nothing has changed there, nothing will EVER change there. Dr. Wiener talks about hypnotism … it’s a riot.
Storytime presents an original: THE WOLF & THE SHEEP and we learn a little bit about who Millie McGillicuddie is…
TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT! It’s so unfair that corporations are only giving 30% of the jobs to Americans.
THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM sung by Diana Ross & Luther Vandross
BUDDY CAN YOU SPARE A DIME? Donna Herbert
LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING Andrea Marcovicci
WHEREVER HE A’INT sung by Bernadette Peters
INTERVIEW WITH PLAYWRIGHT MARK WESTON
THEATRE SCHMOOZER Joel Markowitz http://dctheatreguide.com
Judy encourages you to try new things, change your feelings about “who you are”. You are not what you do or who you are with.
Judy asks DR. WIENER what he thinks about life.
This week’s Storytime Millie McGillicuddie presents THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA ala Judy Stadt, of course.
Judy & Friends sing ONLY MAKE BELIEVE.
Can the news lately be more ridiculous? So much todo about almost nothing … we have a weather channel so why must storm info be on ALL the channels? The anxiety was unbelievable and I couldn’t sleep all night, so what did I do?….
This week’s Storytime Millie McGillicuddie is thrilled to present CINDERELLA ala Judy Stadt, of course.
Some people have anger problems with the work they have chosen as their profession like that angry teacher in Annie … this tune sung by Carol Burnett LITTLE GIRLS tells it all.
Dr Wiener discusses how he deals with anger… you may learn something?
I went online and found an interesting site that trains doctors to deal with their angry patients, so I tweeked the dialogue and perform it for you with our own German Doctor Gertrude Klemper and then my original (music and lyrics by me) tune THINK BEFORE YOU SPEAK.
Something happened to me this week that scared the heck out of me and reminds me … and hopefully will remind you how important it is to follow your INSTINCTS and then you won’t be sorry or angry. Then I sing you a tune (with commentary) HOW ABOUT YOU?
This week’s Storytime Millie McGillicuddie presents LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD ala Judy Stadt, of course.
I promise you won’t be able to stop yourself from dancing around the room to Peter Alan’s EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN.
Have you ever been mortified by your own stupid reaction to a situation? Listen to this … THEN Dr Wiener tells his story about what happened through his eyes. Very interesting folks!
Is it luck that Millie McGillicuddie tells us the story of THE GRASSHOPPER & THE ANT trying to teach all of us how to prepare for the uncertain future? This week’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT Judy rants on the bad luck of lawless of children who were not prepared for life. Listen to Dinah Washington sing BAD LUCK. Can you make your own luck … Judy thinks that you can and she’ll tell you how to do it … underscored by the magical tune I’M THE LUCKY ONE by Raol Malo. In a moment of revelation and creativity she wrote a poem just for you … FEELING BLUE.
Angelo Parra, my dear Playwright friend just published PLAYWRITING FOR DUMMIES and we do a spirited chat that you will love to hear about him, writing, theatre etc. One of my favorite performers is Lotte Lenya, who actually saw me (and liked me) singing her tune, but here’s Lotte singing PIRATE JENNY and SO WHAT?. Another episode of ASK DR. WIENER speaks about self expression et al. Doris Day sings a beautiful tune … IT WAS WRITTEN IN THE STARS. Of course, Joel Markowitz and Theatre Schmooze rounds out the show and talks about his new, young writers working with him on http://dctheatreguide.com.
There really is not enough radio for children and I’m doing my share … because I love doing children’s theatre … This week’s “Storytime” brings you HANSEL & GRETEL ala Millie McGilliguddie ala Judy Stadt. Write about what you know has been the mantra I’ve heard quite often, so here is a story I wrote about my memories at Rockaway Beach, NY in the ’40′s. Then Will Chase sings a tune from The Story Of My Life … WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW.
Angelo Parra, my dear Playwright friend just published PLAYWRITING FOR DUMMIES and we do a spirited chat that you will love to hear about him, how he got started writing, his success in the theatre etc. Introducing one of my favorite performers Lotte Lenya, who actually saw me (and liked me) singing her tune from The Three Penny Opera, but here’s THE Lotte singing PIRATE JENNY and SO WHAT?.
Another episode of ASK DR. WIENER speaks about self expression et al. Doris Day sings a beautiful tune … IT WAS WRITTEN IN THE STARS.
Of course, Joel Markowitz and Theatre Schmooze rounds out the show and talks about the wonderful new, young writers who are working with him on http://dctheatreguide.com.
“Storytime” this week opens the show with a reading of MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB starring Ms. Millie McGilliguddie so put up your feet, invite the kiddies into the room and enjoy … and speaking of lambs … meet Shari Lewis, Lambchop & Friends as they sing GET ON BOARD.
Did you have a happy childhood? Mine was s…, and I rants about my teacher in the 3rd grade … but I did love Radio & Television and I present I’M HOT FOR HOWDY (Doody). How were your SCHOOL DAYS … Mandy Patinkin sings so sweetly, but it brings up so many bad memories. ON THE OTHER HAND there were the wonderful movies and Danny Kaye and THE UGLY DUCKLING!
But the BEST of all my TV memories was Sid Caesar!!! I present to you a sample of his hilarious tribute to Arnold Schwarzenegger at a Roast at The Friars Club in NYC. I always want to be a kid and I WON’T GROW UP, and I sing you a tune about that YOUNG AT HEART. This week’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT says “How stupid is the world that makes phone hacking the number one topic of discussion when there is such pain and turmoil happening?”
JOEL MARKOWITZ talks about The Fringe Festival and THE BOOK OF MORMON … don’t miss it. http://dctheatreguide.com. Hope you enjoy the show as much as I did creating it.
I’m very proud to tell you about my 7 years in recovery. Addiction takes all forms … one of my addictions was “being on the stage”. For many, many years, if I wasn’t in a play I suffered from terrible bouts of depresssion. I talk and sing about other kinds of addictions too.
HELLO DARLINGS! I’m very proud to tell you about my 7 years in recovery. Addiction takes all forms … my addiction to “being on the stage” for years, if I wasn’t in a play I suffered from terrible depressions. We talk and sing about other kinds of addictions too. Interview with David Vernon and his project called “LOVE”. Our weekly TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT “can’t we change our habits about food?” Our country will be bankrupt with medical costs due a lot to obesity. Joel Markowitz schmoozes with me about theatre in NYC and Washington DC. http://dctheatreguide.com.
TUNES: TOO STONED TO CARE, Fran Landesman
YOU’RE GETTING TO BE A HABIT WITH ME, Frank Sinatra
ONCE UPON A SUMMERTIME, David Vernon
ADDICTED TO LOVE, Florence & The Machine
BOY, WHAT LOVE HAS DONE TO ME, Ella Fitzgerald
JOYFULLY UNCOUTH, Original performed by Judy Stadt
I hope you enjoyed the show as much as I did creating it.
Next week I’m starting a new segment I call SHOWTIME with a new character who will share the microphone with me telling short stories. You might even want to let your kids hear them … but, you listen first. Thank you for listening, I really appreciate it.
Censorship in America darlings is the theme of this week’s show. I tell stories and play tunes that will shock you and might make you chuckle out loud (even though it’s not funny). Lenny Bruce, J. Edgar Hoover are at the core with tidbits from George Carlin & Lenny himself. Theater schmooze with Joel Markowitz http://mdtheatreguide.com will of course “Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive” and add a bit of Broadway to the eclectic mix along with some tunes … hard to find that will fit the subject matter but I did the best I could. http://mdtheatreguide.com. Frank Sinatra sings THE HOUSE I LIVE IN … my tribute to America on the 4th of July. TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT throws some light on censorship too.
This week’s theme is romance, sensuality and love … ala Judy Stadt with original stories and fabulous tunes.
INTERVIEW: PWRN’S new host of People of Distinction AL COLE reads from his newest book “ROMANCE FOR WOMEN.”
He’s all about romance, love & excitement in your relationship!!
HELLO DARLINGS! Documentary film “DEATH BY DESIGN” sets the theme of this week’s show. Our bodies are composed of three trillion living cells, ALL communicating with each other ALL THE TIME. There are 200 different types of cells (muscles, skin, enamel on teeth etc.). I find it so fascinating to imagine my view of the relationship between these microscopic cells and indeed the entire universe … I hope you will enjoy the recipe I’ve created for you. TUNES: to fit the theme are mixed in with stories and commentary and I know you will love them all: William Finn; Bobbie Horowitz http://bobbiehorowitz.com; Chicken Joe; Judy Stadt; http://judystadt.com; Angel in the House. THEATRE SCHMOOZE with Joel Markowitz and me … did you watch the Tonys? http://mdtheatreguide.com. Weekly TAKE OR LEAVE IT asks the question; Does Anthony Weiner’s stuff on the internet mean anything to you at all?
DARLINGS! Jacques Fresco http://jaquesfresco.com remember that name. I’m on a campaign to put a dream out to the cosmos … because of it’s total destruction I believe we can rebuild Haiti using the design and dreams of this fantastic visionary. Watch his video FUTURE BY DESIGN. Hear about him on this week’s show along with songs about friendship and more. TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT … public officials that bare their stuff on the internet. JOEL MARKOWITZ with theatre schmooze http://mdtheatreguide.comLet me know what you think of this show, it means a lot to me to hear from you. Please vote for me! http://beautiful-minds.com. TUNES: sung by Michael Feinstein; Richard Holbrook; Cheyenne Marie Mize; Manno Charlemagne and more! Hope you’ve enjoyed this show, it means a lot to me. Thanks.
DARLINGS! Hoping you will vote for me (for what?) well, I’ve been chosen as a semi finalist in the “Beautiful Minds Finding Your Lifelong Potential Campaign!” Bobbie Horowitz’ TUNE: THE VOTING SONG; We can make a difference in the world …Turner Adams sings TUNE: MAKE A DIFFERENCE; If we want things to change in the world we need to reach out and care for each other, it’s not enough to WISH that things were better. A “must listen” is to Broadway Composer, Writer, Speaker David Friedman chat with me about life and living http://davidfriedman.com and then I play one of his gorgeous tunes sung by Nancy LaMott TUNE: LISTEN TO MY HEART; this week’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT rants about the lack of communication in families; JOEL MARKOWITZ http://mdtheatreguide.com with Theatre Schmooze and we sing you a tune too I COULD WRITE A BOOK http://judystadt.com. I hope you enjoy this show. I certainly loved creating it for you.
DARLINGS! Have you ever wondered what a Broadway Producer does? Listen to Judy and Jana Robbins http://janarobbins.com, Prod., Dir. & Actress … they will tell you. TUNE: MONEY, MONEY; is only one of the evils in the world, but on the other hand money can do good … TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT gives homage to Oprah Winfrey, teacher, philanthropist and celebrity extraordinaire. TUNE: HOPE. Singer Tom Stahl sings TUNE: I WANNA BE IGNORANT. Rap singer Charlie Boy TUNE: STUPID; another talk with JOEL MARKOWITZ, http://mdtheatreguide.com talks about life changes. Judyhttp://judystadt.com sings TUNE: ONLY FOUR LEGGED DOGGIES IN MY BED. I hope you enjoy the show as much as I do creating it. TUNE: DARE TO BE STUPID sung by Wierd Al Yankovic.
HELLO DARLINGS! Judy says “we’re living in a nuthouse!” Raul Esparza sings about the way we communicate today … TUNE: THERAPY, Judy www.judystadt.com asks “why is there so much ignorance?” DR. WIENER answers that question with a twist; then Eddie Clearwater sings a TUNE: HYPNOTIZED; Look at the things that we talk about, it’s unbelievable and Judy rants on about it: TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT; then a tune from Chilliwack; CRAZY TALK: more THERAPY from Jonathan Larson: Billie Holiday sings TUNE: CRAZY HE CALLS ME; Dr. Wiener/Judy wrote TUNE: CRAZY DREAMER; a turn in the direction of normal … my favorite tune from Frank Sinatra is TUNE: TALK TO ME; Judy reminisces about a neurotic experience she had when visiting her beloved son Michael and his family living in Germany last year. Of course, our finale presents Joel Markowitz’ Theatre Schmooze with news about DC and Broadway http://dctheatrescene.com. Hope you enjoyed the show as much as I did creating it.
DARLINGS! I’ve been exercising my brain (hehehe) while working on my “Memoir” for awhile (at some people’s requests) and I’m testing the waters on you in this show. Along with the help of Roy Orbison TUNE: ONLY THE LONELY and some Hi Diddle Dee Dee. Of course, JOEL MARKOWITZ our regular theatre schmoozer is on hand to talk about Broadway and:http://dctheatrescene.com stuff. Kindly let me know if you’ve enjoyed the show as much as I do creating it. Thank you so very much.
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY DARLINGS! We open up with Terry Waldo’s http://terrywaldo.com TUNE: M-O-T-H-E-R along with a poem by Judith Viorst; Rosemary Clooney’s TUNE: AND I’LL BE THERE; this week’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT rants about wrinkle cream, using young models … why? Snoopy sings TUNE: HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY; Judy http://judystadt.com chats with B’way star, producer & director Jana Robbins http://janarobbins.com who tells about how she got started in show business, and we play her TUNE: HE’S NOT HOME YET. Next week we’ll continue with Jana Robbins’ next chapter. Bette Midler’s TUNE: BABY MINE; Tom Chapin’s TUNE: MOTHER’S DAY. Of course JOEL MARKOWITZ http://dctheatrescene.com rounds out the show with a chat with Judy about The Tony Awards nominations. Hope you enjoy the show as much as I do creating it.
HELLO DARLINGS: This week’s nuptials in England spurred some interesting memories and the show took on the theme of wedded “bliss”. Wonderfully, RENEE TAYLOR & JOSEPH BOLOGNA (drawing above) were able to join me and they give a wedding wish for William & Kate. I tell you about my wedding and add a Jonathan Adam TUNE: THE MASOCHISM TANGO; an original from Judy TUNE THE KARMIC JUSTICE WAVE; for those who needed to marry for the second time I play a tune for them too Brent Barrett and Sally Mayes beautifully sing TUNE: ANOTHER WEDDING; When I was growing up this next tune was every little girls misguided fantasy TUNE: SOMEDAY MY PRINCE WILL COME. This week’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT discusses “fashion” today. Do you mind being alone? Alone doesn’t mean lonely as Judy says. TUNE: ALL ALONE; Lovely talking with Renee & Joe and I play an exquisite love song to them by Kevin Dozierhttp://kevindozier.com TUNE: ON MY WAY TO YOU; of course, the show’s not complete without our theatre schmoozer JOEL MARKOWITZ http://dctheatrescene.com who has a lot to say about what’s happening on Broadway. Hope you enjoy the show as much as I did making it for you.
HELLO DARLINGS! Welcome to another simply marvelous show … this week we (that’s me and my so far un-named sidekick) open up with the TUNE: MEN sung by The Forrester Sisters; Terry Waldo’s TUNE: KINKY & SWEET http://terrywaldo.com; Judy’s TUNE: MY MAN http://judystadt.com; Hector Coris’ TUNE: ANOTHER NY AFTERNOON http://hectorcoris.com; Steven Silverstein’s TUNE: LEMONADE http://stevensilverstein.com ; Bryan Stokes Mitchell TUNE: I WAS HERE. Theatre Schmoozer JOEL MARKOWITZ http://dctheatrescene.com and Judy talk about Broadway and after Judy reveals a heartwarming story about how people perceive her to be happy all the time, we hear the other Judy … (Garland of course) singing TUNE: SMILE. Woven in between these tunes are original stories, regular rants in TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT, and commentary about life in these difficult times. I hope you enjoy the show.
DARLINGS! Introducing … the voice in my head. We share with you stories from my/our haunted past. I edited a version of ESCAPE revealing a sound bite of what radio sounded like when I was a child. My friend Bobbie Horowitz’ gives you some uplifting memories TUNE: WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE KIDS FROM BROOKLYN http://bobbiehorowitz.com
This week’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT reminds you not to take the news as being “news”. I sing a couple of tunes ala me.http://judystadt.com. An original (mine) HAUNTING STORY; Jo Stafford sings TUNE: HAUNTED HEART. Fran Landesman sings her feelings on life TUNE: TOO STONED TO CARE; Joel Markowitz and I discuss the new musical on Broadway Catch Me If You Can http://dctheatrescene.com. I know you can’t possibly enjoy this show as much as I do presenting it for you, but if you have any feedback … do let me know. I’d appreciate hearing from you.
DARLINGS! Those of you who know of me know that my life long dream has always been to be to earn my living as an Actor. Unfortunately, even though I’ve been working at it for almost 40 years, I haven’t met the right people or received the encouragement that was necessary to succeed, so I’m inventing a new possibility for myself (why not, I’m all grown up and can do anything I want) (right?) OK, so … let’s say Rita Ellis Hammer was my new mother, I know she would sing this to me… TUNE: YOU OUGHT TO BE IN PICTURES; Collette McLafferty http://www.facebook.com/littleredcollette has a dream too. one … She’s soon opening in a new Off Broadway production of EUROPA; One of my favorite Judy tunes by Louis Prima TUNE: JUDY; A warm Happy Birthday to our very own Philosopher, Dr. Wiener and he loves my voice, so I’ll sing a TUNE just for him too. Judy Stadt http://judystadt.com sings TUNE: AS TIME GOES BY; This week’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT featuring a very well done film … but also (disturbingly painful) true story called The Stoning of Soraya M…I recommend it. Then to cheer me up a bit Paul Martin sings TUNE: I WANNA BE IN PICTURES. Another Judy TUNE: YOU DON’T KNOW ME; Feature Dr. Gary Grippo, Podiatrist/Jazz Guitar player extraordinaire CENTER PODIATRY chats with Judy about music et al. Of course, our weekly theatre schmooze with JOEL MARKOWITZ and “opera” talk … hehehe. http://dctheatrescene.com. If you like the show, please communicate with me.
Darlings, don’t let fear push you around. Is it hard? Absolutely, but if you don’t risk it, you won’t conquer it. Believe me, I know, I’ve been challenging myself all of my life. In sickness and in health. Faith Prince sings TUNE: ADELAIDE’S LAMENT; We are not alone in our struggles. Hector Coris sings TUNE: AS WE STUMBLE ALONG http://hectorcoris.com; Did you know that I do duets with the greatest not living stars ever? Listen to one of my faves Rosemary Clooney TUNE: BETTER LUCK NEXT TIME; Sleeping problems? Frank Sinatra sings TUNE: WHEN SLEEPY TIMES BEGIN TO FALL; If you don’t sleep, stress will surely begins to fall … on you. Joel Markowitz and I have a spirited Theatre Schmooze … 40 plays are coming to DC this month! http://dctheatrescene.com. Joel said he liked short people, so I play Randy Newman’s TUNE: SHORT PEOPLE; This weeks TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT Dr. Wiener and I talk/fight about energy. My guest this week is Dr. Gary Grippo, Podiatrist/Jazz Guitarist. We do a couple of TUNES: OUR LOVE IS HERE TO SAY & IT’S THE NEARNESS OF YOU. Also, an invitation from Hostess Dana Lorge to “come to the very entertaining “party” WEDNESDAY NIGHTS AT THE IGUANA!”
I don’t know about you darlings, but trying to stay thin is becoming more and more impossible, and now here’s the reason why. Women’s bodies are designed to get plump, it’s nature’s way. BUT (and speaking of butts) Madison Ave. is working against us and we’re buying into their story. The Story’s TUNE: FATSO; another problem I’m having trouble understanding is why we encourage overpopulation and I tell you about a man in India boasts of having 39 wives and 98 kids! … Can you imagine someone from Flatbush with 98 kids? Eddie Cantor sings TUNE: WE’RE HAVING A BABY. Can we solve our problems by eating? Well, some people are producing organisms that they say are eating “bad stuff”… another tune from Bobbie Horowitz TUNE: BOILED CHICKEN http://bobbiehorowitz.com. Dr. Wiener tells us what he thinks about how we respond to the dangers of our world. Of course there’s more Theatre Schmooze with JOEL MARKOWITZ. http://dctheatrescene.com. He just did a wonderful interview with Elaine Page and talks about the process. My family had an unusual treatment of food of all kinds and I tell you about my experience with food as a kid. Let me know if you liked the show. Thanks kiddos. By the way, notice the picture? I, http://judystadt.com won the County Executive’s Performer of the Year Award given to me by the Arts Council of Rockland. Yeah! Thanks so much to all those who voted for me.
Getting in touch with your feelings can be an interesting trip. Writing and telling about events and things that happen to you along the way helps, so in this week’s show, I let you in on some of my thoughts and happenings. Today I’m featuring my favorite all time entertainer Judy Garland, the reason a five year old me went into show biz. TUNE: SMILE & WHEN YOU’RE SMILING; Ellen Greene sings TUNE: STOP AND SEE ME; Tony Bennett’s TUNE: I DO NOT KNOW A DAY I DIDN’T LOVE YOU; Frank Sinatra sings TUNE: HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS (for a reason); there’s another session of TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT; Kevin Dozier sings TUNE: REMEMBER/ALWAYShttp://kevindozier.com; Of course we get our weekly dose of Theatre Schmooze with Joel Markowitz http://dctheatrescene.com. I hope you enjoy the show as much as I do creating it. Thanks so much.
Radio with PIZZAZZ!
Are you a hobbyist or a collector? If you are, you are probably an interesting dude or dudesse. Glen Charlow is an avid collector and I think you’ll enjoy meeting him and hearing our discussion. http://glencharlow.com Some terrific TUNES: I FOUND A HOBBY; Ken Dozier http://kendozier.com He makes me cry every time he sings. Listen to this Michel Legrand TUNE: ON MY WAY TO YOU; Alan Menkin’s TUNE: POOR UNFORTUNATE SOULS, from The Little Mermaid sung by fabulous Pat Carroll; an original Judy Stadt http://judystadt.com, WORDS (a rap song) and WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD. Another episode of TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT; and, of course Joel Markowitz and another fun filled theatre schmooze http://dctheatrescene.com featuring his interview with one of the stars of the very controversial Broadway show SPIDERMAN. One of my favorites from Frank Sinatra TUNE: TALK TO ME. I hope you enjoy the show as much as I do creating it.
RADIO WITH PIZZAZZ!!
Hello darlings! We begin with an original story about what it’s like to get writer’s block (oy!) & TUNE: COOKIE by Judy Stadt, another tune written & sung by Bobbie Horowitz TUNE: ENTOURAGE; http://www.bobbiehorowitz.com. another installment of Judy’s opinion … TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT; an informal chat with CHARLES BUSCH, actor, movie maker, author of THE DIVINE SISTER currently playing at SoHo Theatre in NYC. http://divinesisteronstage.com. Then a couple of Judy duets, first with Miles Davis TUNE: IT NEVER ENTERED MY MIND and then Jerry Orbach TUNE: THERE’S A SMALL HOTEL. Theatre schmooze with JOEL MARKOWITZ who is spending some theatre time in Philadelphia. His interviews can be found at http://dctheatrescene.com. Queen Latifah sings a tune from the musical Hairspray; TUNE: I KNOW WHERE I’VE BEEN. It would feel so good if I could read a message from you where you let me know how, or if you’ve enjoyed the show. Hope so.
Welcome back JOEL MARKOWITZ, theatre schmoozer extraordinaire! So happy all’s well. Joel gives us a few tips on what to look for, or shall I say “look out for” with your heart health. http://dctheatrescene.com . To celebrate his return, I’ve included some of his favorite tunes like Rosemary Clooney singing TUNE: I’LL BE SEEING YOU; Frank Sinatra’s TUNE: THE HOUSE I LIVE IN; Judy sings TUNES: THIS TIME THE DREAM’S ON ME; CABARET; CABARET WHORES. We do a sing-a-long with Gene Kelly, TUNE: SINGING IN THE RAIN & Mel Torme TUNE: SING FOR YOUR SUPPER. Some laughs, some nostalgia, but most of all another entertaining show. If you agree with me, kindly let me know (and if you don’t I’d appreciate your feedback too).
I’m JUDY STADT your host shouting out a big BRAVA to my women friends! Bobbie Horowitz TUNE: DOING IT FOR AMERICA, Ethel Merman TUNE: TOGETHER WE GO; Maya Angelou’s poem PHENOMENAL WOMAN; Billie Holiday TUNE: SAY IT ISN’T SO; Theatre Schmooze with Joel Markowitz http://dctheatrescene.com, and Judy and a special “GET WELL” wish for Joel via Frank Sinatra TUNE: THE BEST IS YET TO COME. Featuring more original stories, tunes and commentary by Judy Stadt.
Salutes go out to the Egyptian people in their quest to achieve freedom and democracy. Frank Sinatra’s TUNE: HERE’S TO THE WINNERS! Gratitude, thankfulness, and appreciation are our topics for this week’s show. Marcy Neumann talks about her transformative life, her radio show and her healing business too. http://heartlites.com Tribute to jazz vocalist Mary Cleere Haran sings TUNE: FOR NOW; Pete Philly’s TUNE: GRATEFUL; Maurice Chevalier TUNE; THANK HEAVEN FOR LITTLE GIRLS; Ms. Stadt sings TUNE: THEY CAN’T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME. This week’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT sends a loving message to the Egyptian people. Theatre Schmooze with JOEL MARKOWITZ talking about the controversial SPIDERMAN.http://dctheatrescene.com and much more. Won’t you leave a comment for me on my show page? I’d love to hear from you.
John Lennon’s TUNE; “IMAGINE” is a catalyst for this show. With a little help from TUNE; The Everly Brothers “ALL I WANT TO DO IS DREAM”. Did you have a mentor? Would you consider being a mentor? Judy tells another story about her childhood in the 40’s and sings TUNE: I THOUGHT ABOUT YOU. Theatre Schmooze with JOEL MARKOWITZ. http://dctheatrescene.com. Original TUNE; COMMUNICATE. Thanks to you for making this show necessary. Kindly leave a comment … I’d love to hear from you! Oh, by the way, I have a new title … it is Judy Stadt, Associate Producer of the Positive World Radio Network!
The 1950’s gave us THE CREW CUTS and THE PLATTERS. Their wonderful tunes set the mood for today’s show. Judy does a monologue “I Hate Winter!” & TUNE; I’VE GOT MY LOVE TO KEEP ME WARM. Judy’s regular guest Dr. Wiener tells you how to be free and live your dream life; tune: LIFE IS BUT A DREAM, SH BOOM. Jean Shepherd tells a story about The Monkey on His Back and tune; MY PRAYER. I can’t say which Platters’ tune is my favorite, but one of them is THE GREAT PRETENDER. Are you a pretender? It’s courageous to be honest and show your true face to the world. JOEL MARKOWITZ is back again with a fun filled episode of making Judy laugh. He has a busy schedule of theatre schmooze and invites you in to his world. http://dctheatrescene.com. I hope you enjoyed this show as much as I’ve enjoyed doing it for you.
WELCOME TO THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! #45 with Judy Stadt. This week features the music of Burt Bacharach. He has recorded with so many different singers, so many different styles and all are such interesting stories! We have a little bio of Burt and then come the TUNES; Dionne Warwick WALK ON BY; Neil Diamond HEARTLIGHT; Dusty Springfield THE LOOK OF LOVE; Marty Robbins THE STORY OF MY LIFE; Overnight Success GLADYS KNIGHT; All Kinds of People THE 5TH DIMENSION. Woven throughout the songs you’ll hear our Theatre Schmoozer JOEL MARKOWITZ who is making a Sondheim party … good idea for you too! Read all of his wonderful theatre interviews at: http://dctheatrescene.com. Judy tells a hair raising story about a recent hot tub experience. Also, a question for you. How far are we willing to go? With movies getting more and more violent, when is it going to end, and what is your limit? Email me and let me know will ya?
WELCOME TO THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! #44 Original stories, tunes & edgy commentary by actress and jazz vocalist JUDY STADT. “What’s in a Name?” mine in particular, and you will find out why assisted by a song of Elvis; TUNE: JUDY. Find out the history of names and “What’s in a Name” from RODNEY DANGERFIELD. An original story “He never called me Judy” with TUNE: JUDY sung by Louis Prima. Johnny Tillotson sings TUNE: JUDY, JUDY, JUDY. Ms. Stadt remembers one of her favorite roles in The Glass Menagerie when she played Amanda. JOEL MARKOWITZ is back with theatre schmooze about his very busy weekhttp://dctheatrescene.com. TUNE: GIVE JUDY MY NOTICE sung by Ben Folds. She ends the program with … yes, you’ve guessed it – a tune by Oscar Peterson entitled … JUDY.
WELCOME TO THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! With your host-ess Judy Stadt. So, you or your kid wants to be an actor? Here’s how. Original TUNE: CRAZY DREAMER. Music was sure different back when I was a kid, listen to Chuck Berry TUNE: SCHOOL DAYS and then a “different” version by Judy. Jonathan Adam sings a terrific tune … TUNE: WHEN YOU’RE OLD AND GREY. This week TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT talks about justice being blind (a true story). JOEL MARKOWITZ, our resident theatre schmoozer tells of theatre in DC this week and his reviews and more can be found on http://dctheatrescene. A tune from Terry Waldo; KINKY & SWEET. An original Judy Stadt radio skit ”THE PLUMBER” starring Judy and Neil Gallagher; Frances Faye sings TUNE: AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’. Judy’s original version of tune: NOT TOO OLD. Radio the way it used to be. Leave a comment won’t you?
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
WELCOME TO THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! with your hostess Judy Stadt. HAPPY NEW YEAR! Interesting conversation with Dr. Wiener about life and gift giving for this stressful holiday season. Theatre Schmoozer JOEL MARKOWITZ had a wonderful time seeing movies and theatre in NYC during the blizzard! Our lovely guest this week is Martha Lorin who speaks of how she began her journey in Jazz. TUNE: ALONE TOGETHER. Some thoughts on Karma and a new tune written and sung by Judy: WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND. Then Judy sings one of her favorite tunes; TUNE: SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME. Finally a happy new year wish/song from Judy. Thanks so much for listening! I hope you like the show as much as I did creating it.
WELCOME TO THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! #41 with your host-ess Judy Stadt. Merry Christmas kids! TUNE: RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED RANDIER. Then a memory of xmas past (awful, not for kids). My favorite singer Mel Torme TUNE: DO I LOVE YOU BECAUSE YOU’RE BEAUTIFUL?. Theatre schmoozer JOEL MARKOWITZ is here to tell of his visit to NYC for the holiday. One of my favorite tunes; Brian Stokes Mitchell TUNE: I WAS HERE. Another TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT “When will Americans learn that they have to tax all the churches?”. A must see web site; www.nolabels.com if you are as sick as I am of politicians only voting party and not voting America!. Barbra Streisand TUNE: CHILDREN WILL LISTEN. I wrote/perform a monologue for you entitled JONATHAN.
WELCOME TO THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! with your host..ess moi, Judy Stadt. Christmas, the time for kindness and brotherhood … well, here’s a tune from the play A CHRISTMAS CAROL sung by Kelsey Grammer TUNE: YESTERDAY, TOMORROW AND TODAY, Joel talks about this tune in his schmooze (later). Some commentary about drug companies who are testing drugs on poor, unsuspecting foreigners that will be sold to the American public (and exactly what that means to you and to them). A short bio on Ms. Frances Faye, jazz vocalist and then we’ll hear her sing; TUNE: YOU’RE MY THRILL. Of course, our weekly theatre schmoozer JOEL MARKOWITZ talks about some of the fabulous actors in Washington DC theatre and you can read all of his wonderful and informative interviews on; http://dctheatrescene.com. Judy sings TUNE: I’M GONNA LIVE ‘TILL I DIE. This weeks TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT, where I give my humble opinion about life, tell you about yet more security problems at our airports…OY VEY lemme out of here! Slim Whitman sings TUNE: WHEN I GROW TOO OLD TO DREAM. Enough about old age. Oh, by the way I recorded a present for you and your kids: T’WAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. Rosemary Clooney ends the show with TUNE: AND I’LL BE THERE. I hope you will come to iTunes … go to PWRN and scroll down to LUNCH & JUDY and I’ll be there too!!! Leave a comment and you’ll be blessed.
WELCOME TO THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! #39 With your Hostess JUDY STADT. This week we give you a really good guide on how to get to really know who YOU are so, get a pencil and paper and write down some questions that will enlighten and inform your whole life. Judy’s favorite singer Mel Torme sings TUNE: THIS IS MY NIGHT TO DREAM. In this, the beginning of the Christmas season we play a lesser known holiday TUNE: A CHRISTMAS CAROL from Tom Lehrer. Our guest interview is with entertainer RICHARD SKIPPER who has a wonderful new show opening Off Broadway in January. Some wacky news is always fun, even though Judy believes ALL the news is wacky these days. An original story called “Death of a Dream” brings us to a Peter Pan TUNE: I WON’T GROW UP. Judy sings TUNE: SOME OF THESE DAYS. Our weekly theatre schmoozer talks about the wonderful and funny production of CANDIDE. You can read all of Joel’s interviews on http://dctheatrescene.com. TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT, our weekly rant is about people who don’t take responsibility for what they say. Kevin Dozier, who is also opening at Don’t Tell Mamas sings TUNE: BEFORE WE SAY GOODBYE.
SANTA MONICA. This festival of lights started in the 2nd century B.C. and so did a lot of wars, so to cheer us up a bit (since we’re no better off today) I selected Mickey Katz’s TUNE: MONA LISA and tell you a little about him and how he became one of America’s favorite Jewish entertainers.
Our wonderful guest this week is Jim Bruton, newsman, adventurer, television producer and renaissance man and I know you’ll enjoy this itnerview! Of course Joel Markowitz our theatre schmoozer talks with Judy of all the wonderful holiday offerings in DC and the sad closings on Broadway. You can read all of his wonderful and enjoyable interviews with the many theatre stars on http://dctheatrescene.com.
Another Mickey Katz TUNE: HOW MUCH IS THAT PICKLE IN THE WINDOW? An informal visit with my best friend Charlie … ASK DR. WIENER about the holidays, gift giving and more. Adam Sandler’s TUNE: THE CHANUKAH SONG ends the show. I hope you enjoy listening to the show as much as I do producing it. It would certainly be a gift for me if you would leave a comment on http://pwrnradio.com and let me know if you enjoyed the show, or whatever. I’d LOVE to hear from you. Thanks.
WELCOME TO THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! #37 starring your hostess JUDY STADT. Are you looking forward to the holidays? Judy’s throwing around lots of her “unique” views on life and particularly air travel. She gives a look at her cure for all this anxiety about flying today. Ms. Stadt has some suggestions about how to handle depression and anxiety. Keeping positive is not easy, but necessary to practice. What are you grateful for? Judy relates what her Thanksgiving was when she was a kid. There are thousands of people locked up in prisons … ever think about their families? They’ve been punished too for crimes they never did. Well, here is a wonderful song by Mary Gautier TUNE: THANKSGIVING. This week’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT brings Judy to the brink about the rudeness of people and then, to ease the ranting a bit she sings … TUNE: WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD. Then we hear how our wonderful Joel Markowitz, theatre schmoozer had his Thanksgiving.
THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! #36 with your host JUDY STADT. Lots of fun and tunes this week. We start out with a duet with Jerry Orbach and Judy … TUNE: THERE’S A SMALL HOTEL. Just for fun, here’s another fun musical presentation … TUNE: NATIONAL BROTHERHOOD WEEK, with Jonathan Adams. Our weekly TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT discusses why, when we hear about all the horrible side effects that can attack us … why do we still take these drugs??? Joel Markowitz talks with Judy about some shows in DC and his interview with HARRY CONICK, JR. opening in The Elf. Listen to Joel’s many wonderful interviews onhttp://dctheatrescene.com. Then listen to Carol Burnett sing … TUNE: LITTLE GIRLS, from the Broadway show Annie. A real treat for Judy was a meeting with Richard Seth, Author, Playwright, Actor, Agent to the stars of stage and screen. Here we hear part of an extensive interview which is so informative and interesting and shows that no matter what age you are there are wonderful things to look forward to.
WELCOME TO THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! #35 with your host JUDY STADT. First a note to all our wonderful Vets “THANK YOU SO MUCH” and I’m hoping you come home asap. Judy rants about the speeches of Customer Service reps who are “sorry” about everything. I DON’T CARE HOW SORRY YOU ARE!!! Brenda Lee sings; TUNE: I’M SORRY. If Judy had that job she would be fired … absolutely and immediately. Another song by The Platters; TUNE: I’M SORRY. Ms. Stadt plays with her Mac and creates a couple of original tunes; TUNE: THE BRINK OF LONELY and TUNE: DON’T NEED NO MAN. Joel Markowitz our theatre schmoozer is on the job again talking about a wonderful new production of OKLAHOMA which might be coming to Broadway (we hope). Judy sings TUNE: SECOND HAND ROSE and then Ms. Fanny Brice sings TUNE: WHEN A WOMAN LOVES A MAN. This week’s interview is with the wonderful Wendy Scharfman, Entrepreneur Professional Speaker/Coach and Trainer at Coaching for Effective Communication. I hope you enjoyed the show as much as I do presenting it every week. It would be grand if you would let me know!
STARRING YOUR HOST JUDY STADT. I hope you enjoy this show as much as I did making it.We start out with a bit of interesting facts telling you that Alcohol is the more dangerous drugs around. Then a lovely tune to soothe the crazies TUNE: TWO LITTLE KIDS IN THE SAND BOX. JUDY is thrilled to meet and interview Steven Silverstein, Composer and this week we’ll hear another of his wonderful songs; TUNE: LEMONADE. A bit of info about KARMA and Judy wrote a tune; THE KARMIC JUSTICE WAVE. Theatre schmoozer JOEL MARKOWITZ let’s us in on the scoop of the new Broadway Kander & Ebb musical The Scottsboro Boys & Women On The Verge of a Nervous Breakdown. This week’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT poses a question; are Americans really so into instant gratification? Ms. Stadt sings a tune for your listening pleasure; AS TIME GOES BY.Please leave a comment on the show page located at pwrnradio.com if you’ve enjoyed it.
THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! #33 “HAPPY HALLOWEEN” STARRING YOUR HOST JUDY STADT. I hope you enjoy this show as much as I did making it. We start out with a story entitled A SOUTHERN TALE. Then a musical history of what’s been going on with a certain monster you may remember…TUNE: CATSKILLA’S REVENGE. Theatre schoozer JOEL MARKOWITZ let’s us know what new plays are in store to see in his exciting but hectic theatrical life. Grab a ghoul and have a Halloween dance with your partner TUNE: THE TRANSYLVANIAN TWO STEP. Judy speaks about how the traditions of using jack-o-lanterns got started. Then another story THE HOUSE NEAR THE CEMETERY.One more story THE NECROMANCER ends this show. It was a hum dinger to do. Please leave a comment on the show page located at pwrnradio.com if you’ve enjoyed it.
THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! #32 Starring Judy Stadt. This is a Pre-Halloween show. “I have been going through writer’s block”, so Halloween has been creeping into this show. Hope you like it. Judy Stadt sings TUNE: AT LAST. This week’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT takes notice of the difference between the horror of the 1940’s (which now seems like comedy) and now. Judy tries to scare us with a horror story that she wrote for the show entitled “A SOUTHERN TALE”. Regular Theatre Schmoozer JOEL MARKOWITZ tells a hilarious story of how he celebrated Halloween back in Buffalo, NY when he was a kid … and some theatre schmooze as well. An interview with Bela Lugosi in Dracula is our featured “chat” accompanied by a tune by George Douglass Lee TUNE: WOLFBANE. A new interview with Charlie Wiener: ASK DR. WIENER giving you tips on how to stay young.
WELCOME TO THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW!#31 with your host JUDY STADT. Today’s show brings you part three of the newly written, ongoing story by Ms. Stadt entitled THE HIKE which is getting scarier and scarier with her hiking up into the mountains of Harriman State Park … a true story by the way. Next is a favorite tune by Noel Coward TUNE: WHY MUST THE SHOW GO ON? Our interview this week is with IAN KELLY, one of the stars of THE PITMAN PAINTERS presented by the Manhattan Theatre Club currently on broadway. This wonderful play was written by Lee Hall, who also wrote Billy Elliot. He shares with us how/when his interest in being an actor/writer started. Joel Markowitz, our regular theatre schmoozer and I went to a festival presentation of SHINE, book by Richard Seth and discuss this wonderful brand new musical. We also went to the Show-Biz Expo in NYC and talk about our experience there. Amanda McBroom sings TUNE: EVERYBODY WANTS TO BE SONDHEIM. Judy sings TUNE: BLAME IT ON MY YOUTH and reminds you to tune in on Halloween to the special show she is preparing for your enjoyment.
This show features living in the now. If life throws you a curve … change your direction. Doris Day sings TUNE: ENJOY YOURSELF. Judy has some interesting questions to think about when you want to really know someone. Frank Sinatra sings TUNE: IT STARTED ALL OVER AGAIN. Joel Markowitz talks about THE BARRYMORE awards and award winning actors on the Philadelphia scene, all his links are on my web page www.thelunchandjudyshow.com. David Vernon sings TUNE: WHERE IS IT WRITTEN … he will be starring in a one – man show on October 30th at Don’t Tell Mamas 7:30 and I’ll be there too … join us. Judy then talks about starting over and plays tune with Theresa Brewer TUNE: GONNA GET ALONG WITHOUT YOU NOW. This weeks TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT rants about the difficulty finding professionals to do work around the house (if you don’t have a handy husband). The Hudson Vagabond Puppets was a workplace for Ms. Stadt and she plays a tune from one of her plays … TUNE: SHE’S METAMORPHIN NOW… then TUNE: I’VE GOT YOUR NUMBER with Judy Stadt and a short story about … well, it’s a surprise. The second episode of THE HIKE, an ongoing story by Ms. Stadt finishes up this show. Hope you’ve enjoyed it and if so, why not let me know and leave a comment?
THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! #29 Starring your hostess extraordinaire JUDY STADT. Hello Darlings! Something new has been added to the show! Judy Stadt presents new, original stories and she will be reading one chapter per week. This week’s first offering will keep you glued to your seat … it is entitled; THE HIKE. On this weeks TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT segment Judy insists that the most important thing we can do for the future of our country and the world is teach our kids early, in school the art of communication so that they will grow up able to intelligently debate issues with their wits instead of stupidly fight with guns. She then sings one of her new originals; TUNE: COMMUNICATE. Our Cabaret guest interview this week is the very talented singer Kevin Dozier and we get a taste from his magical new CD Love-Wise with; TUNE: THE SHADOW OF YOUR SMILE. Of course, the wonderful Theatre Schmoozer Joel Markowitz tells Judy and the rest of us what’s new in DC and New York’s theatre scene. Ms. Stadt sings; TUNE: MEAN TO ME. Then, because she loves it, one of Frank Sinatra’s most touching songs that speak to the winners we all can be – but we must plan for it; TUNE: WINNERS. A reminder to listen to Judy’s upcoming special HALLOWEEN show complete with scary Gothic tales and blood curdling screams that have ghoulish flare. Turn off the lights and listen along with friends.
THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! #28 with Host Judy Stadt. This week’s theme is addiction. Do you have the symptoms of an addictive personality? Addiction is not only to drugs & alcohol but almost anything … like sex, food, sugar, speed, shopping just to name a few. Also, on this week’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT Judy rants about life today and tries to remind us that history is repeating itself, so open up your eyes and be an aware citizen. Frank Sinatra sings about an addition to love TUNE: YOU’RE GETTING TO BE A HABIT WITH ME. Judy’s all time favorite radio personality is Jean Shepherd and she gives you a taste of his incomparable style with one of his monologues entitled MONKEY ON MY BACK. Ms. Stadt then plays a new tune she wrote for you ONE JUST LED TO ANOTHER, and then sings another TUNE: I GOT IT BAD. And just to reinforce this theme she plays Nat King Cole’s TUNE: THE MORE I SEE YOU. Judy then reveals her addiction to entertaining YOU. Joel Markowitz, our resident THEATRE SCHMOOZER chats with Judy about what new shows are coming to Washington DC & Broadway this fall. Ms. Stadt is looking for international chefs to call in with simple lunch recipes to share with audiences for THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! and announcing that the coming Halloween show frighteningly close, will feature scary stories and suggests that you download the show and share it with your friends and family at midnight around a camp fire.
This show features the joys, trials and tribulations of having a baby. What does that event to do your life? Why do some people have babies? The hows, the whys of it all. Judy tells of her first experience at having a baby. Then Eddie Cantor sings: TUNE: WE’RE HAVING A BABY. There are many ways to have a baby and many kinds of babies. Judy writes a piece entitled “BABY” about her Chihuahua, Baby. A favorite tune this week is from Annie TUNE: MAYBE. On this week’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT, Judy’s regular rant, she is confused about the right to life people who seem not to care about the already born children who are in need. From the Broadway play Baby TUNE: BABY, BABY, BABY. Joel Markowitz, our Theatre Schmoozer talks with Judy about what new plays are coming to Broadway this fall. (Broadway babies … hehehe). Then from Closer Than Ever TUNE: LIKE A BABY. Another great show, promise with another fabulous tune from Bette Midler TUNE: BABY MINE! To close the show Judy sings TUNE: BYE BYE BLACKBIRD.
WELCOME TO THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! #26 On this week’s weekly TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT segment Judy speaks of the drastic need for the educational system to teach the art of Collaboration and Communication, because that’s the only way we’re going to survive as a cohesive nation. Ethel Merman sings TUNE: TOGETHER, from Gypsy. JUDY talks about her journey from little girl to womanhood. Marlene Dietrich tells of her first audition for The Blue Angel when, for her audition piece Marlene sings TUNE: YOU’RE THE CREAM IN MY COFFEE. JUDY relates one of her recurring childhood dreams of becoming an actor and the real steps she took since a young age to make that dream come true … a treasured experience she had was being in dancing school. Maurice Chevalier sings TUNE: THANK HEAVEN FOR LITTLE GIRLS. Helen Reddy sings TUNE: I AM WOMAN. Regular guest Theatre Schmoozer JOEL MARKOWITZ tells us a heartwarming story about how he and his family spent the holiday together … and also hear what Joel’s seeing next week in theatre”. Miss Sherling sings TUNE: HAPPY NEW YEAR for our Jewish listeners. JUDY sings TUNE: I DON’T KNOW WHY I LOVE YOU LIKE I DO (but she really does know). Hope you like the show … it’s
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THE LUNCH & JUDY SHOW! #25 starring your hostess actor, entertainer, jazz vocalist JUDY STADT. The Ancient Art of Argumentation and Discourse is our theme in this show talking about Rhetoric. Included are some elements to highlight the topic; Duke Ellington & His Orchestra … speaks of talking in the TUNE: HEY! BABY; TUNE: LIFE IS from the Broadway play ZORBA. What the heck is life really all about anyway?; A different kind of interview … this one is OF Judy Stadt BY Mi-Ling on Mi-Ling’s radio show. On this interview you get some more info about me, Judy Stadt … was originally aired on “The Comfort Zone”www.thecomfortzone.com; Another of our weekly theatre conversations between Judy Stadt and THEATRE SCHMOOZER Joel Markowitz of www.dctheatrescene.com; John Pizzarelli’s TUNE: THE DAY I FOUND YOU … just because it’s a gorgeous tune!; This session of TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT … are our kids learning violence by watching too much violence on television in cartoons and more?; Frank Sinatra’s most beautiful version of the TUNE: TALK TO ME. I hope you enjoy the show, and if you did (or even if you did not) please know that it’s very important to me to hear from you, so if you could kindly leave a comment (even a couple of words) on the lunch and judy show page located on: www.pwrnradio.com. Your comments are greatly appreciated. Thanks so very much for listening. RADIO WITH PIZZAZZ!
HELLO DARLINGS! Words of wisdom from Judy Stadt on how to create good memories by becoming a Magpie. This week Ms. Stadt’s personal feature story is about Brad Pitt, who has created 50 new homes for New Orleans’ residents in need and she talks about the “game of politics” and conducts a sing along TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME. JOEL MARKOWITZ and Judy schmooze about ABBA and the play Chess, at the Signature Theatre Company. Also BERNADETTE PETERS will star as Sally in Follies in DC. Judy sings TUNE: I’M ALWAYS CHASING RAINBOWS. This week’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT “does everyone on the planet need to express an opinion?” (look who’se talking) Do the Republicans sound like Parrots all saying the same thing? ALSO, Did you know we have nothing to worry about because??? “The oil from the Gulf is being engulfed by bacteria.” Judy talks about the process to inform you, her dear audience. TUNE: THEY ARE COMING TO TAKE ME AWAY, The Hilarious Comedy Hit Makers … in Uganda there is a pending bill which will promote the death penalty to homosexuals. Western Christian Evangelists have been preaching that homosexuals can be changed into heterosexuals. PLEASE where is the outcry from this crazy world??? WE ARE LIVING IN A NUTHOUSE! TUNE: PRAISE THE LORD AND PASS THE AMMUNITION … Kay Kaiser. Judy rants about people and “human nature”. Stadt insists “people are only animals … just like dogs and cats and do the same things except human animals are brainwashed to accept religion.” Obviously, Judy doesn’t believe in organized religion … oh, by the way, do you know that we are in a holy war right now? Judy sings TUNE: ALL OF ME … RADIO WITH PIZZAZZ!
Starring your Host Judy Stadt, takes a look at natural disasters and does a piece on the effects of overpopulation featuring TATOO playing the tune Overpopulation. This week’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT.. what can you do to beautify your own neighborhood? TUNE: THE DRIFTERS sing “What to Do? J.R. Beasley Actor, Director and Teacher of Combat in theatre and films worldwide’s chats with Stadt about his life and professional aspirations. JOEL MARKOWITZ, Theatre Schmoozer on South Pacific, other musicals and more… Stadt thinks that money is NOT the root of all evil. She believes that THE LACK OF MONEY is the root of all evil. Judy tells about a wonderful entertaining and informative book about Wall Street called THE ZEROES; My Misadventures in the Decade of Wall Street Went Insane, by Randall Lane TUNE: MONEY MONEY from Cabaret – the movie, then Stadt reveals of memory of what it was like being a child of the ’40′s … it’s truly Radio with Pizzazz!!!
STARRING the one the only JUDY STADT
So many subjects in only 40 minutes!!
Radio Chat with Judy Stadt features Si Wall, Director of a new film (in the making as we read) THE DINNER PARTY is being shot in England in such a wonderfully new and exciting
way, and you’ll just have to listen …
TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT: “Are You Over The Hill”
JUDY performs her original poem JOYFULLY UNCOUTH
TUNE: WHEN YOU ARE OLD AND GREY will leave you gasping for air from laughing.
And then, when you thought we were just going to have fun, we go to another side of the spectrum JUDY rants about the
shameful private prisons in our country.
WHY do we have the largest prison system in the world?
She will tell you why and you won’t believe it.
TUNE: LITTLE TIN BOX, a little tune about corruption, how apropos from the Broadway play FIORELLO.
JOEL MARKOWITZ tells us about his top 3 picks for musicals this year on the DC scene, so when you are in your traveling mode, you can stop at Philadelphia and DC for some wonderful theatre.
A dear theatre friend of Joel’s died this week JANE PESCI-TOWNSEND 1959 – 2010. Read about her at www.dctheatrescene.com
TUNE: I’LL BE THERE beautifully sung by Rosemary Clooney.
On today’s extremely entertaining show TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT Judy suggests that we legalize Marijuana for so many reasons and, having done research, she lists them. Do you have sleeping problems? Judy gives you important tips on how to correct and informs you about the processes of sleep. Very informative too. AND a very young Frank Sinatra sings “When Sleepy Stars Begin to Fall”.Theatre Schmoozer Joel Markowitz talks about The Barrymore Awards, that Judy & Joel will be attending together in October, similar to the Tony’s in New York City, they are given out to performers for excellence in theatre in Philadelphia. Judy write’s and performed two original stories for you this week “Ima & Umu” … a fairy tale of sorts, and “Recognized For Your Existence”. Judy, playwright and entertainer etc., etc. writes materials that will be compiled into a DVD and she is trying them out on you with a piece about a woman wronged. “Cookie” … and she sings for you too! ”But Not For Me”, and “Chances Are” … It’s Radio with Pizzaz!
On todays’ show Judy suggests that the school system and parents teach our youth about other cultures and countries.
World education is necessary because it is getting smaller and smaller, and we have to learn how to respect each other.
All of us want the same thing … PEACE.
Judy then interviews John Goldhammer, past Producer of Entertainment Tonight. They both talk about the younger generation.
Also, Theatre Schmoozer Joel Markowitz talks about wonderful young theatre artists.
Mel Torme sings “Get Happy” & Judy herself sings “Summertime” with John Colianni at the piano.
Judy’s inspirational message for the day: “Take It Or leave It”- If we can’t bring our troops home we have to help them as best we can to cope with life in the armed forces. With such sad news about our young soldiers who are committing suicide at alarming numbers, we have to do something to help them. These are our wonderful young heroes folks, we can’t stand by and do nothing. They need us.
On todays’ show Judy interviews John Goldhammer, past Producer of Entertainment Tonight. They both talk about ageism in Hollywood. Also, Theatre Schmoozer Joel Markowitz who is still at the DC Fringe. Guest Singers: “Eat It”- Wierd Al Yankovic, “Live Alone & Like It”, Liza Minelli; “Sentimental Journey”, “You Don’t Know Me”- sung by Judy herself. Judy’s inspirational message for the day: “Take It Or leave It”- You’ve got to take responsibility over your health and welfare. Overcoming Alcoholism and Fears, and moving on! It’s Radio with Pizzaz!
The life of a radio talk host
Singing Guests: Robert Preston, Amanda McBroom, Ella Fitzerald, Judy Stadt
Another chat with filmmaker Alison Richards, Film-Co
Theatre Schmoozer Joel Markowitz talks about Fringe theatre
A day in the life of Judy Stadt … oh well.
Ideas for making $$ in this economy
TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT – learn about what you are putting into your body!!!
Another fun time in the life of Stadt.
Dreams, Bette Midler; What you can do to feel beautiful; Judy tells a Jewish Love Story; The Marketing Industry likes “young” people; Speak Up “Seniors”, We’re not chopped liver; Chat with Alison Richards, Producer, Film-Co
Do you have dreams?
BETTE MIDLER sings about them.
RADIO CHAT WITH JUDY STADT … Judy interviews
filmmaker Alison Richards who tells of one of her adventures in Dubai … so interesting!
TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT … why do advertisers of these creams, developed to make younger skin, use “young” models? They don’t need them.
THE JEWISH SLEEPING BEAUTY
a love story from Bensenhurst, Brooklyn
A trick to feel beautiful … use visualization … let Judy guide you through it …
THEATRE SCHMOOZER: Joel Markowitz speaks from The Fringe Festival in DC
Judy tells you how Broadway got it’s name
Frank Sinatra’s THE HOUSE I LIVE IN.
Interview with Hector Coris, VP of MAC (Manhattan Association of Cabarets)
how YOU can create a Cabaret Show in NYC.
AS WE STUMBLE ALONG… you’ll love it.
THEN also on this show
Judy (that’s me) sings GOD BLESS AMERICA
AND there’s ranting, some nostalgia, and more …
I hope you like the show as much as I did creating it.
This Show features one of my favorite performers of all time Danny Kaye. There’s a new “must see” musical off broadway called DANNY & SYLVIA and it stars our guest Brian Childers. We have a radio chat about the show, Danny and his wife Sylvia Fine and the effect Danny made on Brian’s life as an actor. I’ve added a couple of Danny’s wonderful tunes written by his wife Sylvia Fine. We have Theatre Schmooze with Joel Markowitz and Judy sings a couple too. Judy’s TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT, some commentary about ‘how are you managing your money in these hard economic times?” and much more. Stories, Songs & Comedy. Enjoy!
I’m passionate about the world of show business … well, maybe I should say I empathize with entertainers very much having been one myself for more than thirty years. This show features two wonderful rising stars … DAVID VERNON and HECTOR CORIS and one of my all time favorite actor/singers no longer among us … ROBERT PRESTON.
I fill out the show with TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT, and please do just that PLUS a children’s story that I wrote for my granddaughter Olivia as a present called KAISHA’S SECRET.
A session with JOEL MARKOWITZ, theatre schmoozer extraordinaire!
AND I saw a very entertaining and informative musical in NYC DANNY & SYLVIA about one of my very favorite stars of my youth Danny Kaye and his marriage to Sylvia Fine who was his manager, agent, writer of special songs etc. giving kudos to Brian Childers for his fine performance of Mr. Kaye.
Today’s Radio Chat with Judy Stadt brings you an interview with actor Ruth Wolf, who is starring at the NYC Pulse Theatre’s current production of Chaos Theory written by Anuvab Pal.
A personal monologue about me and clinical depression … duh.
A couple of tunes:?DAVID VERNON singing “La Vie En Rose”
ANDREA MARCOVICCI singing “Look For The Silver Lining”
JUDY STADT singing “Taking A Chance On Love, The Very?Thought of You”
BEN SCHAECHTER’S “He Knew How To Read Me”
A retrospective on the past and now…oy?Take It Or Leave It?Monologue on Auditions today?Theatre Schmooze with Joe Markowitz?and more!!!
“Why must the show go on?” Noel Coward
Judy’s in a Mailaise (original tune)
“OPENING NUMBERS” Dottie Burman
OPRAH WINFREY’S NO PHONE ZONE
Joel Markowitz.. Theatre Schmooze
“TOO STONED TO CARE” Fran Landesman
Audition monologue … a funny thing happened at my audition for Frau Blucher.
“A DREAM IS A WISH YOUR HEART MAKES” Bette Midler
Take it or Leave it
First I give thanks to all the young men who give of themselves to fight for a better world and?I wish no person would ever kill another person (I know that’s insane, right?) oh well.?I find it very depressing that Memorial Days come and go and humans don’t learn from all the death and destruction. Nothing really comes of it except more of the same. Yes, I know that there are people who are committing ethnic cleansing and murdering it’s citizens, but the entire world of humanity has to TRULY stand together and OUTLAW those kinds of barbaric acts because that is the only way it will ever stop.
ANYWAY, in the attempt to “entertain” you, I’ve put together some tidbits of fun with a splattering of biography … in today’s show I talk about BELA LUGOSI, yes that’s right “DRACULA”, and even provided a short dialog I had with the Count the other day.?TUNES: A couple of patriotic tunes?“The Stagedoor Canteen”?A couple of rants?Take it or leave it …?THEATRE SCHMOOZE with Joel Markowitz?and more…..
CONTEST: You can win a piece of my handmade jewelry (seen on JEWELRY page) Just email me and put your City in the subject line … that’s THE only rule AND you would be doing me such a favor!!!
Tune : Cabaret Whores
Radio Chat : Stephane Grapelli
Theatre Schmooze with Joel Markowitz
Tune: Andrea Markovicci
Tune: Judy sings ” How About You”
Original monologues, child of the Forties, The Mouse and much more!!!!
Hope you like the show as much as I did making it for you.
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This week’s show is about business.. corporate to show
A little Merman, A little B’way, A little Stadt, of course Radio Chat with Tom Ossa, Rockland Web Design
Theatre Schmooze with Joel Makowitz
Original Monologue… an actor’s dream and much more
Mother’s Day, Frank Sinatra’s New Broadway Show
Interview with Karine Plantadit, Star on Broadway Show “Come Fly Away” with music of Frank Sinatra
Tune: Sinatra’s last tune with Tommy Dorsey ” The Song is You”
Theatre Scmooze with Joel Markowitz – Tony Nominations
Theater/Action/Show business inteview with acting coach David Rosenhause….show business schmooze with Joel Markowitz…..Radio Drama Judy style….tunes: Ella Fizgerald, Judy Stadt, Brian Stokes Mitchel.
Mel Torme & Judy … what are you eating???
Judy brings back radio drama ESCAPE, in Judy’s style, of course! Stadt sings with Rosemary Clooney
Talks about new weight loss discovery that brought more good side effects Radio Chat with Judy Stadt features:
Joel Markowitz, Theatre Schmooze from Broadway & Washington, DC & another chat with Sheri Cowan, Publicist
Judy Sings: On A Slow Boat To China.
Talks about Hypnotism.Plays a piece of radio drama: Sorry, Wrong Number Some fun about doing your taxes.
A couple of jokes. An interview with Broadways wandering jew and interviewer Joel Markowitz, “The Theatre Shmooze”. Judy goes into a rant about Casting Directors who charge $$ to see your audition.She sings Broadway Baby. An interesting discussion of medical side effects (like death! duh)Judy sings The Best Is Yet To Come ( a duet with a surprise guest )I hope you like the show folks. Contest … if you send me an email with your city I’m goingto pick one per month and give away a piece of my jewelry!Let me know if you like the show, OK!
Hello darlings! Does the news bring you fear and anxiety? Well, that’s what it brings me and so my solution is … well, listen in …Don’t forget every day is a new birthday, so here is a present for you. Judy’s in a Mailaise … original monologue.Drinking problems anyone? I had one and now I’m in recovery, but listen to a little delusion I had while I was in the throws of it. Say It Isn’t So with Dinah Washington & Billie Holiday . Summertime with John Colliani at the piano.Here’s a character I wrote for my musicial Cookie … an original.A tune from The Old Spice Girls with Sophie Tucker … In Old King Tutenkamen’s Day it’s a hoot! Everytime We Say Goodbye with Judy!
Judy talks about Jerome Kern and sings 4 of his tunes How do you earn extra income in these hard economic times? Interview with actor Arthur Anderson on his new book “From Orson Welles to Lucky the Leprechaun” “What was it like to be an actor in every branch of show business?”Reads her monologue “Ramblin Rose” … about a woman that just can’t keep on track. Asks the question about …what’s newsworthy? What’s worthy of news.
With spring come the sniffles and sneezes. Judy does some investigating into allergies vs. cold. Tune: Adelaide’s Lament; next understanding the new Health Reform Bill. Tune: “Can’t We Be Friends?” A bit about male Testosterone and living single … Tune: “Live Alone & Like It”. Interview of the week: Mi-Ling, syndicated columnist and host of Ask Mi-Ling, a radio decorating show. Onto some senior talk. Tune: “Mean to Me” Storytime and more… Let me know if you enjoyed the show … or not. firstname.lastname@example.org
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