The show takes you on a journey back to Judy's now famous concert at Carnegie Hall in 1961. On the evening of the Carnegie show, after a bombastic overture that built high emotion, Judy appeared looking remarkably healthy and well-groomed to a loud ovation from the
star-studded audience. The standing ovation when she took the stage set the tone for the evening that followed. "They were on their feet even before the goddess grabbed the microphone," wrote reviewer Lewis Funke for the New York Times.
Comedian Alan King said. "She was magnificent: svelte, beautifully dressed, perfectly made up. She sang "When You're Smiling" and performed it like she never before!"