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Richard Skipper, an acclaimed, multi-award winning performer, director, co-producer of the Bistro Awards, with years of experience.
Richardd, who performs the award-winning An Evening with Carol Channing (Tribute)
Richard Skipper has received artistic and critical acclaim over the years performing as Carol Channing.
Richard can be seen in Carol Channing: LARGER THAN LIFE.
The film premiered at The Tribeca Film Festival.
Richard provides a program on How to Make a Living as an Entertainer.
He has served on several panels on the business end of show business and is often asked to emcee many prestigious events.
Highlights include performing the role of Dolly Levi as Carol Channing at Asbury Park’s Paramount Theater: “Hello Dolly!” with a cast of 125 and a 25 piece orchestra; a Theatre Wing tribute to Carol Channing; benefit performances for the Dr. Carol Channing Foundation For The Arts.
He has appeared at Carnegie Hall Late Night With Conan O’Brien, and an appearance with Carol Channing at the Palace Of Fine Arts.
Richard Skipper has taken his tribute to Carol Channing to Atlantic City at Trump’s Taj Mahal and The Hilton. He has played engagements at Caesar’s Casino Windsor in Windsor, and The Windsor Hilton. Engagements include The Ice Palace on Fire Island (for which he won two Mikey Awards for best act on Fire Island), St. Luke’s Theatre, The Bradstan Inn, Georgian Court College, The Ocean’s Inn and The New Crown & Anchor; Tavern On The Green and The Russian Tea Room.
He was the featured performer for Pridefest in Milwaukee.
Richard Skipper has also performed at the 21 Club, The Regent (special performance for Carol Channing!), Le Cirque; on numerous occasions for the NY Post’s gossip columnist; as a guest star in “The Impersonators” at The Friar’s Club, The New York Historical Society, the “Get Out & Vote” Rally a Senator and he has also shared the stage with Carol Channing on more than one occasion.