"The best Judy Garland Chicago ever saw. Barring the real one.
Ingersoll soared... Simply magnificent... What a performance!"
As an encore, Joey, who was so enthralled with Angela’s live portion of the show, allowed her to fulfill the audience’s wish of her doing that famed song… She sat on the edge of the stage, the way Judy did, and broke out into what appeared to be the performance of her life. The audience once again erupted with a combination of cheers and tears, as did Angela herself, overtaken by emotion at the prized opportunity.
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Ingersoll’s critically acclaimed performance as Judy Garland in the recent Porchlight Music Theatre production of End of the Rainbow channeled every ounce of her powerhouse talent to elevate our imagination and richly stir our compassion for the fragile and falling star. It was all there – electrifying stage performances, manic vitality, childlike enthusiasm and reckless abandon – all seeming to unfold effortlessly in the moment in Ingersoll’s unforgettable performance.
One of Chicago’s most talented entertainers, ANGELA INGERSOLL discusses her critically hailed performance as Judy Garland in Porchlight Music Theatre’s sold out production END OF THE RAINBOW.
I GOTTA RIGHT TO SING THE BLUES
New engagements announced. I GOTTA RIGHT TO SING THE BLUES combines the iconic catalogues of Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, and Patsy Cline and into an inspiring portrait of America’s musical heritage. Alexis J Roston (LADY DAY AT EMERSON’S BAR AND GRILL; PORGY AND BESS) effortlessly emits the sweet and sultry swing of Jazz great Ella Fitzgerald; Angela Ingersoll (END OF THE RAINBOW; SOUTH PACIFIC) hauntingly captures the emotional power of Pop superstar Judy Garland; and Katie Deal (ALWAYS, PATSY CLINE; CLASSIC NASHVILLE ROADSHOW) soulfully embodies the tender heartache of Country legend Patsy Cline. Presented by Artists Lounge Live.
COME RAIN OR COME SHINE starring Angela Ingersoll
Chicago Tribune calls her “Magnificent. The best Judy Garland Chicago ever saw. Barring the real one.” Chicago Sun-Times exclaims, “Phenomenal. Angela Ingersoll was born to play Judy Garland. Ingersoll’s tour de force performance might well leave you believing you’ve encountered the ghost of the beloved film star.” Award-winning dynamo Angela Ingersoll (Chicago: End of the Rainbow) superbly captures the emotional and vocal power of the legendary Judy Garland. Her great big voice and naturally winning humor make Ingersoll’s loving concert nothing short of breathtaking. Presented by Artists Lounge Live.
“It’s a lot of good, Christmassy fun,” she said. “Hopefully as funny as it is tender. I certainly hope that audiences sing along. Christmas is the one time of year we all agree to listen to the same radio station, darn it. We culturally all can sing along together to something like ‘Jingle Bells.’ I think people can experience a little bit of togetherness in a time where we’ve had a lot of focuses on our differences.”
The 12 Dames of Christmas, starring Angela Ingersoll
Select dates, December, 2016
“The actress with the astonishing voice” (Chicago Sun-Times) revives her heartwarming holiday concert, adding more cities to this year’s roster. Award-winning dynamo Angela Ingersoll captures the iconic voices of the season including a haunting Judy Garland, a rockin’ Brenda Lee, a purr-fect Eartha Kitt, a proper Julie Andrews, a soulful Edith Piaf, a sultry Marilyn Monroe, as well as plenty of surprises. Presented bye Artists Lounge Live.