Judith Goldstein has appeared on the the Colony stage in The Man Who Came To Dinner, Done to Death, the Bonus Productions of Suddenly Last Summer, The Odd Couple (Female Version), and as Irma Kronkite in Picnic, as well as in the Ovation Award-winning production of City of Angels. She has also appeared in The Front Page and understudied the role of Mom in True West.
Along with Lisa Gates, Judith launched “Late Night at The Colony,” and has appeared in several one-acts, including Mona Sells Ed a Vacuum Cleaner, The Cameo, The Epiphany, A Rose From Bayside, and Ikke Ikke Nye Nye Nye.
Regionally and in Los Angeles, she has been seen in Play It Again Sam, A Thurber Carnival, Repent Harlequin Said The TickTock Man, South Pacific, Black Comedy, Yentl, and A Man For All Seasons. She also directed and produced an evening of one acts, Why Me Why Not You?, at The Colony and served as Assistant Director for the Colony productions of True West, 17 Days, and Fool For Love.
Judy has appeared in a number of student films, as well as the features Dirty Laundry and Dark Chambers.
She can occasionally be seen
on T.V. and in commercials, and works with the CareActors at Kaiser Permanente.