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Reviews

An Evening With Judy Norton

Broadway World: "...a stellar show with a true night club star ... a versatile singer with a terrific range...and a warm and engaging performer. Gifted and experienced, Norton is a consummate artist whose selection of songs were guaranteed to entertain her appreciative theatrical audience, which they did in spades." -- Don Grigware Read More »

Directing Reviews

BACKSTAGE WEST: "Director Judy Norton, choreographer Tania Possick, and music director Greg Hakke have done an exquisite job of dusting off the vintage vehicle, supplying enough fresh touches to reinvigorate the piece while carefully preserving its tricky amalgam of vaudevillian delights and heart-wrenching drama." -Les Spindle Read More »

Spotlight Cabaret

StageSceneLA.com: "...the evening's (unofficial) StageSceneLA award... Judy Norton, proving that this Walton girl has grown up to be one fine singer, first with Spamalot's over the top "The Song That Goes Like This" and finally, closing the evening with as powerful a rendition of Andrew Lippa's "How Did We Come To This" as I've ever heard." -Steven Stanley Read More »

Hello Dolly

Hood County News, Texas: "Led by Norton's beautiful voice, the show never hits a lull... Norton plays Dolly with the perfect amount of zest and determination. From the first time she steps onstage, the audience falls in love with her..." Read More »

Sound of Music

Palm Desert News Bureau: "Norton delighted audiences with her energy and fine singing voice... she is absolutely marvelous as "Maria". Read More »

Annie Get Your Gun

Beaumont Enterprise, Texas: "Whoever would have thought little Mary Ellen Walton (actually Judy Norton) could sing, especially "Doing What Comes Naturally." Norton was wonderful and believable as Annie Oakley." Read More »

I Ought To Be In Pictures

Drama-Louge, Los Angeles: "Judy Norton manages to create a characterization worth watching as the tom-boyish Libby... She combines sweetness and mixes it with an attitude that is both determined and defensive." Read More »

Cinderella

Pittsburg Press: "Judy Norton proved to be a fine choice for the title role. She gave a winning, attractive performance with just the right touch of understated earnestness, wholesomeness, innocence." Read More »

Spring At Marino

Clinton Recorder, Connecticut: "Praise is in order for Tyrone Power (Jr.) and Judy Norton in the role of his fiance. Both fill their roles with style and grace." Read More »