Photo Flash: Jo Anne Worley Visits Peter Mac's JUDY GARLAND AT CARNEGIE HALL
Actor Jo Anne Worley attended last night's, April 27th, performance of Peter Mac's Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall show at the French Market's Peter Mac's Showroom. See photos below!
Worley is best known for her comic work on the 70s hit variety show "Laugh-In". She was Carol Channing's understudy for the Original Broadway production of "Hello, Dolly" but never got to play the role due to Channing never missing a show. Worley was seen in 1966 on the Off-Broadway production of "The Mad Show". Later she was seen on Broadway in such productions as "Prince of Central Park" (1989); "The Wicked Witch of the West" (1999) and "The Drowsy Chaperone" (2007). She also played Madame Morrible in the Los Angeles production of "Wicked" (2008).
Tribute Artist, Peter Mac's current show this weekend is the anniversary of Judy Garland's 1961 Carnegie Hall show. Mac preforms and sings live the entire concert from start to finish, just like Ms. Garland did that night.
Next month, Peter Mac's show is "Judy & Company" where Mac plays six different woman on stage including Liza Minnelli, Tallulah Bankhead, Peggy Lee, Katharine Hepburn and May West.
Show runs every Friday & Saturday for the full month of May in West Hollywood at the Peter Mac's Showroom located inside the French Market Restaurant. Doors open at 6:50pm for dinner and show starts at 8pm. For tickets and info go to www.friendofJudy.com.