Greetings Madison Theatre fans!

We are excited to be hosting a night of Judy Collins accompanied by the South Shore Symphony on November 30 at 8pm! Judy Collins has an amazing career spanning five decades, throughout her life. She is a singer-songwriter, recording artist, social and environmental activist, writer, painter, filmmaker, musical mentor and keynote speaker for mental health and suicide prevention.

Her career started when she was only 13. She started off as a piano prodigy, but made her way into the world of folk music, along with Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger. She released her first debut in 1961, titled A Maid of Constant Sorrow.

Judy Collins has also worked alongside Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Randy Newman, and Jonas Fjeld. She is also an author. Her books include, Sanity & Grace, Sweet Judy Blue Eyes: My Life in Music,and Cravings, where she discusses her struggle with compulsive overeating. She is also a social activist, and currently represents UNICEF.

Judy Collins is a legend, and we are excited to have her. We hope to see you on November 30th!