Who says life's third act can't get a standing ovation?

Judy Whitmore

Judy Whitmore, writing under the name Judith Whitmore, is the best-selling author of the romantic-adventure Come Fly with Me, a cookbook All Time Favorite Recipes, and Romeo and Juliet Reimagined, an illustrated account of Shakespeare’s story co-authored with her husband Wes Whitmore.

During Judy’s seven-year term as President of American Theater Company in Aspen, ATC presented shows starring Julie Harris, Hal Holbrook, Vincent Price, Shawn Cassidy, John Travolta and Charles Durning. Judy later produced the musical Taking a Chance on Love in Los Angeles, followed by the London production of Leonard Bernstein’s Wonderful Town which she co-produced.

Judy has a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and is also a licensed Commercial Pilot. Since 2003, she has been a regular volunteer makeup artist at the Laguna Beach Pageant of the Masters.

During college, Judy sang background vocals for Capitol Records and performed with a band in San Francisco. She never forgot the thrill of performing, and several years ago began singing again, including concerts last year at UC Irvine and New York’s Carnegie Hall.

Judy Whitmore