A Marilyn Monroe Impersonator and more
The show starts out with our glamorous Marilyn Monroe Impersonator entering and performing Marilyn's signature song "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend". Then, she does a short welcome and monologue. Next, Marilyn finds a male audience member and seats him on stage. While running her fingers through his hair to the delight of the audience, Marilyn sings "My Heart Belongs To Daddy", in a stunning Marilyn Monroe Lookalike and Soundalike performance.
Frank - The 50's.
Its time for the "Frank" in Frank & His Favorite Females as this popular Frank Sinatra Impersonator enters in vintage 50's wardrobe and launches into a hit song medley sprinkled with crowd-pleasing jokes. Songs include "I've Got The World On A String", "Come Fly With Me", "You Make Me Feel So Young", "Witchcraft", and "Luck Be A Lady".
A Nancy Sinatra Tribute, Boots and all
Our Nancy Sinatra Lookalike & Soundalike enters in sexy mini-skirt and boots & sings "These Boots Are Made For Walking". Then, Frank re-enters, in his Las Vegas Tuxedo. Frank and Nancy have some Father/Daughter lines together, and then sing their duet "Something Stupid", which was Number One In 1967.
Frank - The 60's & 70's
Frank remains on stage to sing his 60's and 70's hits, including "The Lady Is A Tramp", "Fly Me To The Moon", "The Summer Wind", "The Way You Look Tonight", "The Best Is Yet To Come", and "My Way".
A Dazzling Liza Minnelli Impersonator
And now, still more show business history and plenty of energy as this talented Liza Minnelli Impersonator enters and performs a powerful medley Including "Hello Dolly", " Maybe This Time", "Liza With A Z", and of course, "Cabaret".
Frank and Liza together
For the grand finale of Frank & His Favorite Females, Frank re-enters, and he and Liza do a duet of their mutual hit "New York, New York", ending the festivities on a high note. . .often to the accompaniment of an impromptu kick line formed by female audience members. And the whole show was performed by two people!
On some of the occasions I spent time with Frank, our conversation involved, among other things, Fine Art and Artists. Since he knew I had been a Cartoonist, he would ask if I was still drawing. It was a subject dear to his heart, because he loved to paint and found it to be a great source of enjoyment and relaxation. A lot of people don't know it, but he also had quite a knowledge of Fine Artists, and among his favorites were Paul Klee, Joan Miro, and Marc Chagall.
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