JUDY McLANE starred in over in over 4000 performances as Donna Sheridan and Tanya in the Broadway company of Mamma Mia!, making her the longest-running lead in the show’s history. Judy received critical acclaim for creating the role of Vienna in the Off-Broadway production of Johnny Guitar, garnering a Drama Desk Nomination and a Drama League Award for Distinguished Performance in the Theater. Other Broadway credits include Kiss of the Spider Woman (performing duets with the legendary Chita Rivera), Aspects of Love with John Cullum, and Chess. She created the role of Lillian in the World Premiere of the two-person musical Los Otros by Michael John LaChiusa at the Everyman Theatre. Her National and International Tours include the Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods, the Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat with Donny Osmond, Mrs. Baskin in Big, and Side by Side by Sondheim directed by Rob Marshall. Favorite roles include: Maria Callas in Master Class (Theatre Raleigh), Diana in Next to Normal (Syracuse Stage SALT Award, Riverside Theatre, Pioneer Theatre), Margaret in Light in the Piazza (Raleigh Theatre, Broadway World Award) Phyllis in Follies (Signature Theatre, Helen Hayes nomination), Eva Peron in Evita, the title character in Victor/Victoria, Aldonza in Man of La Mancha, Luisa in Nine, Nancy in Oliver!, Florence in Chess, Lily in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Paper Mill Playhouse), Fiona in Brigadoon, Milly in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (St. Louis MUNY), Mrs. Walker in The Who’s Tommy, Rebecca in Rags (American Musical Theater of San Jose), Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar (Sacramento Music Circus), and Ann in 1940’s Radio Hour (Repertory Theater of St. Louis), Isabella in Wuthering Heights (Olney Playhouse), and Lucy in Wildhorn’s Jekyll & Hyde (Casa Manana). As a worldwide concert and cabaret artist, she has performed as a soloist with countless symphony orchestras including the Bolshoi Orchestra in Moscow, the National Orchestra of Lyon, France, National Symphony of Canada, National Symphony Orchestra, Baltimore, Buffalo, Cincinnati, Dallas, Detroit, Ft. Worth, Indianapolis, Memphis, Milwaukee, Naples, Oklahoma City, Oregon, Pittsburgh, Seattle, St. Louis, Southwest Florida, Toronto, and Chautauqua Symphony Orchestras, and Chess in Concert at Carnegie Hall, among many others. Film: Donna in the cult classic film, “Were the World Mine,” and Val in “Hiding in Daylight,” which was selected for the 2019 Cannes Film Festival. TV: “Madame Secretary,” “Elementary,” “The Blacklist,” “Guiding Light” and “Another World.” Judy can be heard on the recordings of Johnny Guitar and Sundance the Musical. Judy most recently garnered rave reviews and an Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for her performance as Camille Penza in the hit Off-Broadway musical Romeo & Bernadette: A Musical Tale of Verona and Brooklyn.