August 28, 2015

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OBSESSED!: Julia Murney "Wigs" Out Over Wicked's Plan B, "Adult" Voice-Overs and "People Who Need People"

Over the years, Julia Murney (Wicked, Lennon) has had a bevy of unique experiences in the theatre. Whether it's an argument with an all-too-observant fan over whether or not she was wearing a wig in The Wild Party, failing to defy gravity in Wicked, doing voice-overs for a spicy cable network, or filling some big, Streisand-sized shoes, Julia keeps Seth entertained with her "crazazy" tales. For Seth Rudetsky's weekly column, click here.








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