Tracie Bennett unaffected by Garland fan criticism
Judy Garland, who died in 1969, would have turned 90 today. Liza said: “Today is a day for celebration. We celebrate the privilege of having had Mama touch all of our lives. She left us with so many feelings we never would have discovered about our
NEW YORK—Playing Judy Garland doesn't come without the occasional criticism, but Tracie Bennett seems to take it all in stride. The actress portrays the legendary singer on Broadway in "End of the Rainbow." The Tony Award-nominated Bennett,
Whether it's the fresh-faced Kansas girl on the yellow brick road to Oz or the throaty, triumphant diva who brought a sold-out Carnegie crowd to its feet, Judy Garland represents many things to many people.
By Jacqueline Cutler Zap2it: As Judy Garland in "End of the Rainbow," you're singing, acting and flinging yourself about the stage. What do you do after the show? Tracie Bennett: I have a cosmo and talk to my friends. Sometimes I go home and watch
Named Frances Ethel Gumm in Grand Rapids, Mich., Judy Garland was born on June 10, 1922. She sang with her two sisters, Mary Jane and Dorothy Virginia, as part of the Gumm Sisters, who worked the vaudeville circuit for