"Her charm onstage was infectious...

Ingersoll is a brilliant actress"

-Broadway World

Judy Garland: Come Rain or Come Shine

Award-winning dynamo Angela Ingersoll superbly captures the emotional and vocal power of Judy Garland live in concert.

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The 12 Dames of Christmas

“The actress with the astonishing voice” (Chicago Sun-Times) captures the iconic voices of the holiday season including Judy Garland, Eartha Kitt, Julie Andrews, Brenda Lee, and many more.

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I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues

A trio of stellar songstresses unite in a torchy tribute to their idols, combining the iconic catalogues of Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, and Patsy Cline.

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End of the Rainbow

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!”
-Chicago Tribune

“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.”
-Chicago Sun-Times

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Much Ado About Nothing

“Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival’s production literally jumps, jives and wails… This is Shakespeare at his toe-tapping best.” -South Bend Tribune

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How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

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 Review 

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The Great Gatsby

“IRT’s staging of the script is an ambitious, glittery, and well cast event, which I am certain would please even the most enthusiastic of Fitzgerald aficionados.”
-A Seat on the Aisle

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Shakespeare in the Parks

Free For All! Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s annual Parks Tour is cultural gem. Angela joined for Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits, starring as Kate in The Taming of the Shrew and Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

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The Game’s Afoot

“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

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The Merry Wives of Windsor

“An elaborate, warm-hearted, exuberantly acted production… High-spirited Angela Ingersoll is irresistible.”-Chicago Sun-Times

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My Baby Just Cares For Me

“This amazing husband and wife act joins the ranks of George and Gracie, Lucy and Desi, and Louis and Keely with their new show that glimmers with wit, humor and unforgettable music.”
-Tim Evans, Northlight Theatre

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The 39 Steps

“Watching the four performers in director David New’s seamlessly played, physically thrilling, brilliantly realized production at Drury Lane, I’d call The 39 Steps a tour de force ballet… a demonically demanding, laugh-out-loud frolic.” -Chicago Sun-Times

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Second City Hollywood

Hilarious bombshell Angela Ingersoll appears as a guest-host-turned-cast-member at live sketch comedy shows at Second City Hollywood.

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South Pacific

“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 World

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Richard III

“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 Times

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The Mistress Cycle

Jeff Award Nomination: Best Actress, Revue

“Ingersoll is simply stunning as Nin, whose life is a maze of men and hidden longing… Ingersoll is sensational here.” -Chicago Sun Times

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Carousel

“Chicago actress Angela Ingersoll is brilliant. Ingersoll’s performance is such a riveting fusion of fragility and strength that we believe she can survive unhurt. The love story of Julie and Billy floats on this delicately nuanced performance.” -Isthmus Daily Page

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The Comedy of Errors

“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 Journal

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How Can You Run With a Shell On Your Back

Angela Ingersoll originated the role of Riley in the Michael Mahler and Alan Schmuckler musical at Chicago Shakespeare Theater.

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The Secret Garden

Jeff Award Nomination: Best Supporting Actress, Musical

“Angela Ingersoll’s delightfully unpolished Martha knocks the best number, ‘Hold On’ right out onto Belmont Avenue.” -Chicago Tribune

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Disney’s Beauty & the Beast

Ostrander Award Winner: Best Actress, Musical

“As the beautiful Belle, Angela Ingersoll never once allows herself to become another simple minded ingenue. She is by turns sassy, strong, brave, bookish, and simply lovely to look upon.” -Memphis Flyer

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Macbeth

Ostrander Award Winner: Best Actress, Play

“Angela Ingersoll’s portrayal -crass, clever, and sexually manipulative – explodes off the stage in a shower of wicked pheromones.” -Memphis Flyer

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Jekyll & Hyde

Ostrander Award Winner: Best Actress, Musical

“Angela Ingersoll as the prostitute Lucy continues her series of smashing portrayals. Great voice, powerful presence.” -Commercial Appeal

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Man of La Mancha

Ostrander Award Nomination: Best Actress, Musical

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The Wizard of Oz

“Angela Ingersoll does a smashing job as Dorothy Gale, calling to mind Judy Garland without ever doing an exact imitation.” -Memphis Flyer

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Bat Boy: The Musical

Ostrander Award Winner: Best Supporting Actress, Musical

“Angela Ingersoll is downright hilarious… Her comic timing is flawless and her singing voice is glorious.” -Family and Friends Magazine

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Ragtime

Ostrander Award Nomination: Best Supporting Actress, Musical

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The Philadelphia Story

The classic Hollywood romantic comedy hits the stage with Angela Ingersoll starring in Katharine Hepburn’s iconic role of socialite Tracy Lord.

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Arcadia

“The show’s best find, however, is Angela Ingersoll as the precocious Thomasina. Her joy at learning, her impatience with her elders, and her indefatigable curiosity are impeccably integrated into an accomplished and satisfying portrait.”
-Citybeat

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Othello

“Ingersoll was a revelation as Desdemona – her actions and speech were clear and direct, and every emotion showed. She was beautifully watchable.”
-OOBR (Off-Off Broadway Review)

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