"Her charm onstage was infectious...
Ingersoll is a brilliant actress"
Jeff Award Nomination: Best Actress in a Play
Top Performances: Chicago Tribune & Chicago Sun-Times
Time Out Chicago Award Nomination: Best Performance in a Play
“The best Judy Garland Chicago ever saw. Barring the real one… It is a simply magnificent portrayal, especially vocally, which is really what matters the most… What a performance!”
“Angela Ingersoll was born to play Judy Garland. Ingersoll’s tour de force performance is an act of breathtaking alchemy — a simultaneously sublime and chilling act of transformation. And it might well leave you believing you’ve encountered the ghost of the beloved film star.”
Jeff Award Nomination: Best Supporting Actress in a Musical
“Delicious… Ms. Ingersoll plays Hedy as if the role had been written expressly for her. As foxy as she is beautiful, Ingersoll makes the most of her physical prowess, mining comedy from every line and movement. ” -Chicago Theatre ReviewSEE MORE
“Nellie is played radiantly by Angela Ingersoll… Her charm onstage was infectious and you couldn’t help but watch every little thing she did. From the silly scene of her washing her hair, to the tender moments toward the end of the show, Ingersoll is a brilliant actress.” -Broadway WorldSEE MORE
“In the small yet powerful role of Lady Anne Angela Ingersoll is terrific. Ingersoll’s passionate anger and catatonic self-loathing make me wish Shakespeare had expanded the role much further.” -PlayShakespeare.com
“Angela Ingersoll (as commanding in the classics as she is in musicals) is radiant as Lady Anne, the young widow so hideously seduced by Richard…” -Chicago Sun TimesSEE MORE
“The slapstick alone is worth the price of the ticket — I’ve never seen a crazier food fight — and the performances are uniformly outstanding… I’ve never seen a funnier Shakespeare production than Ms. Gaines’s Comedy Of Errors, or a better Shakespeare company than Chicago Shakespeare. Beat that, Broadway!” -The Wall Street JournalSEE MORE