Louise DuArt


Watching Louise DuArt perform is like being on a roller coaster with the Screen Actors Guild. The voices, characters, personalities, moods, and impressions are an E ticket ride through show business where the music and laughter never stop. To the poignancy of George Burns' conversation with his angelic Gracie Allen, it's a laugh-a-minute trip with Louise and over 60 of her closest friends. Along the way she manages to salute and skewer Joan Rivers, Barbara Streisand, Jana Fonda, Barabara Walters, and Dr. Ruth, to name but a few. And they are the lucky ones! Louise's outrageous impression of Cher, who sings "Kiss My Tattoo" while she is waiting for the birth of her next boyfriend, never fails to bring the house down.

Among the critics, the real Carol Burnett and Shelly Winters gave Louise's impressions of them rave reviews. George Burns once told her that she did the best Burns & Allen that he'd ever seen... and he'd seen them ALL! Here is the classic story of the kid who could always imitate her teachers... the young housewife who mimicked the mailman or the manicurist for a laugh. Louise gathered Emmy Award nominations for her own Showtime special, "The Secret Life of Barry's Wife," and for her performances in the syndicated series "Off the Wall." She was profiled extensively on "Entertainment Tonight's Rising Star" series, and she did all the female voices in a series of NBC specials called "Spitting Image." She also created voices for the satirical and very popular Sid and Marty Kroft series, "D.C. Follies." Louise DuArt's television specials and voice-overs are legend to the Comic Community, as is her triumphant Broadway run and tour in the smash hit, Catskills on Broadway; along with her six month Atlantic City run of her new show dedicated to fifty years of television, "Louise DuArt's Glued to the Tube."

You are cordially invited to join in the fun with Louise DuArt and her famous circle of very famous friends... a circle that is endlessly growing... and singing... and laughing!

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