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Judy Sings Judy


Judy Sings Judy


How Long Has This Been Going On

“A talent to watch.”
–Time Out New York

“I was swept away by her performance–not just by her flawless renditions, all
of which (even the chestnuts) she made her own, interpreting ancient lyrics
through fresh teenage eyes, but also by her comic sensibility, self-awareness,
her presence and ease.”
–Gerald Nachman,

“Before it’s too late, get yourself a ticket for Judy Butterfield’s new show,
How Long Has This Been Going On? Better yet, bring some friends, and
you can all be stunned by the artistry of cabaret’s new wunderkind.”
–The Rational Feast Online

Following her sold out debut at New York’s prestigious Algonquin Oak Room, Judy Butterfield has been playing to standing room only audiences in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, and Portland, Oregon with her first cabaret show Judy Sings Judy: Songs of a Young Garland. Judy’s first CD, Judy Sings Judy: Live At The Empire Plush Room was released by the celebrated Broadway label, Fynsworth Alley.

Young Judy, a seventeen year old San Francisco native, has just premiered her brand new show, How Long Has This Been Going On? to capacity crowds and standing ovations in a week-long engagement at the Empire Plush Room in San Francisco. Directed by Clifford Bell, with musical direction by Ken Muir, this new offering looks at songs discovering love throughout the Great American Songbook from composers like George Gershwin, Cole Porter, and Jerome Kern through Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell.

A protégé of “Queen of Cabaret” Andrea Marcovicci, Judy made her New York debut at the age of fourteen at the Mabel Mercer Cabaret Convention, where she will return Monday, November 5, the night following her Algonquin appearance, to participate in the gala opening of the 18th Annual Cabaret Convention where Ms. Marcovicci will be receiving the Mabel Award.

Judy Butterfield returns to the Algonquin with her new show How Long Has This Been Going On? on Sunday, November 4. Reservations can be made at (212) 419-9331 or

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