GUINNESS World Champion Escapologist
Teddy Roosevelt, the Rough Rider, brought Back to Life: We cannot do great deeds unless we are willing to do the small things that make up the sum of greatness. Theodore Roosevelt
A first-class Bill Clinton impersonator
Corporate Comedy at its finest!: Jan brings to the stage clean, insightful, & original humor
Janie Minick's focu is on portraying an illusion of a famous legend & Icon: Elizabeth Taylor.
History: Story Telling, Costumed, Humorous, Anecdotal
Brian Patrick Mulligan: Renowned for portraying dozens of historical & political figures
Town Criers: Color, Tradition & Pageantry
Improvisational Comedian, with his startling entrances is more than just a pretty face
Bethany Owen: The Woman of 1001 Voice & Faces - Impressionist Extraordinaire
Michael Pasternak as COLUMBO, as Rocco The Plumber: The World's Funniest Meeting Crasher!
Bringing History to Life
One-man play based on Lombardi’
Town Criers: A cry is no cry until you proclaim it
Henry Prego has a confident vocal style reminiscent of the swinging romantic ballad singers, and easily captivates his audiences with a debonair sophistication, style and charm all his own.
Best Impersonator! Ben's Donald Trump character in full costume (Donald Trump)
Will Rogers! A Legendary American
Mark Twain In the 21 st. Century.
Thomas Jefferson, Man from Monticello
Look-alike - Bill Clinton
Drawing fast and accurately is not that easy with a magic marker.
Doris Romero, bilingual, plays different characters, representing the hispanic culture
Paul Salos is one of the best sounding Sinatra’s. He has Frank’s Charisma, Style, Class, and most of all THE VOICE!
Brian Gordon Sinclair is the foremost dramatic interpreter of Ernest Hemingway in the world today.
How to Build an Audience & Create a Following: Actor / Singer / EMCEE / Host
Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Thomas Edison, Harry S. Truman, Franklin D. Roosevelt
Franklin will bring to life his amazing world of inventions and science
Entertaining as a magician, entertainer, director and even as a carnival barker
Benjamin Franklin, Characterization