"The best Judy Garland Chicago ever saw. Barring the real one.
Ingersoll soared... Simply magnificent... What a performance!"
Arlington. America. Amazing.
National Anthem by @angelaingersoll.
Colors presented by Marine Air Control Group 48. pic.twitter.com/kHYD9sLGzV
— Arlington Intl. (@Arlington_Park) July 4, 2015
Angela sang our National Anthem at Arlington International Racecourse for their Fourth of July celebration before a crowd of 40,000.
MY BABY JUST CARES FOR ME
Husband and wife duo Michael and Angela Ingersoll’s hilarious concert MY BABY JUST CARES FOR ME adds new dates, including several private events. The irresistible Ingersolls’ soiree features unforgettable pop favorites from The Drifters, The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Judy Garland, and more. Together, the playful pair woos audiences with all the candor and chemistry of a modern day George and Gracie. It’s love in concert, live in concert. Presented by Artists Lounge Live.
Michael and Angela Ingersoll headline a special event to celebrate the Golden Anniversary of the Oak Brook Women’s Club. The couple delight with music from the movies at Le Meridien in a glorious engagement entitled Golden Halos and Hollywood Hallows. Angela promises to stir misty water-colored memories with favorites from Judy, Barbra, and Celine. Michael plans to cook up some enticing selections from Andy Williams, Elvis, and Nat King Cole. As the event falls on Halloween, classic Hollywood attire is a must.
Drury Lane presents Ken Ludwig’s hilarious whodunit The Game’s Afoot. Artistic Director William Osetek helms a formidable cast featuring Derek Hasenstab, Alene Robertson, Rod Thomas, Kathy Logelin, Tempe Thomas, Rob Riddle, Wendy Robie, and Angela Ingersoll as glamorous bitch Daria Chase. (Type casting.) “Daria is played by Angela Ingersoll with singular physical brilliance, and who, alone, is worth the price of admission as she easily steals every scene in which she refuses to be neatly hidden.” (Chicago Sun-Times)
Angela joins Peninsula Players, under the admirable leadership of Greg Vinkler, for a reading of Horton Foote’s THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL. She is featured as the restless Jessie Mae, alongside Barbara Simpson Fuhrman, Tim Gittings, Amy Ensign, Greg Vinkler and Mark Moede. Door County’s treasured cultural institution promises a splendid evening of theatre filled with laughter, dreams, and heartache.
Angela joins a stupendous cast for The Merry Wives of Windsor directed by Artistic Director Barbara Gaines at Chicago Shakespeare Theater (or Angie calls it, “Big Willy’s House.”) Scott Jaeck (Broadway’s August: Osage County) stars as Sir John Falstaff, the bawdiest, naughtiest rogue to ever appear onstage. “Ingersoll is irresistible” (Chicago Sun-Times) as boisterous busybody Mistress Quickly. The A-list cast includes Heidi Kettenring, Kelli Fox, Ross Lehman, Kevin Gudahl, Steven Sutcliffe, Greg Vinkler, and more. It’s a jolly holiday romp brimming with laughter, music, merriment… and did we mention live animals?
Metropolis Insider dishes the dirt on the Ingersolls, or to call them by their celebrity couple name, Michaelangela. There are guaranteed laughs and cat pictures in this Buzzfeed style post.
Michael and Angela Ingersoll host Route 66 Theatre Company’s Mile Markers concert: SGT PEPPER’S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND at Mayne Stage. The Beatles’ masterpiece is performed live by Michael Mahler and The Lincoln Squares, with Chicago theatre standouts Bethany Thomas, Jim Barclay, Bob Gilmartin, Marya Grandy, Audrey Billings, Emily Rohm, Michael Ingersoll, Angela Ingersoll, Alan Schmuckler, Dara Cameron, Don Forston, Holly Stauder, Alex Goodrich, Derek Hasenstab, Sean-Effinger Dean, Jake Mahler, Adrian Aguilar, Elizabeth Ledo, and Stef Tovar.
Husband and wife duo Michael and Angela Ingersolls share a heartwarming chat with WGN Radio Host Lisa Wolf on the Hollywood 360 Radio Show. The couple’s flair for good old fashioned entertainment is on display as they discuss the premiere of their concert My Baby Just Cares For Me at Northlight Theatre.
Married musical theatre standouts team up for local benefit
“Michael Ingersoll compares the show to the couple hosting a party in their living room. It consists of classic pop tunes, punctuated by lighthearted banter reminiscent of the popular comedy duo of George Burns and Gracie Allen.”