Judy Winegard (Voice and Dialect Coach, Acting Teacher) was classically trained in the performing arts at Ithaca College having been awarded her BFA in Drama. She has performed in musical theater for over 25 years having performed in such productions asJekyll and Hyde, West Side Story, Fiddler on the Roof, and many others. Since becoming observant 15 years ago, Judy has performed exclusively for female audiences. In addition to her acting career, her primary talents are singing and comedy. She has performed concerts for Jewish organizations all over the country. In the spring of 2005, Judy released her first solo album of Jewish and spiritual music, The Journey. Other recordings include music for the Disney Channel, as well as several albums released by artists such as Peter Himmelman and Sam Glaser, including the newly released album, Voices for Israel, a fundraiser to support those in need living in Israel. Since 1999 she has been on the staff of Kol Neshama — a master acting teacher and coach in improvisation, scene study, voice and movement and singing. She also taught and performed lead roles in the two video companion-set,Together as One, and Inner Nature Hike. For the past three years, Judy was the writer, master teacher and director of Baila’s Dance and A Time For Dance. She wrote and revised a total of four plays, The Big Move,Aidel Weiss, The Queen’s Dream and Channie.
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