The Book That I'm Going to Write, By Judy Garland

solo performance · ladywatch productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · one person show · 1hr · United States of America

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June 13, 2018 broadway world

tagged as: solo artist · Judy Garland

What I liked

Powell was doing his best to be truthful to the Garland most of us never knew existed at the end of her life.

What I didn't like

At least try to look like Garland.

My overall impression

I was very disappointed in that Jason Powell chose to take on this iconic character without hiding the fact he is a man. It made the whole show seem a bit off to me, even though he certainly must have been representing Garland as her true self during the hardest years of her life. Just not what I expected, especially on her birthday.

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