For 12 performances only, Cher, Bette Midler and Carol Channing are combined into one show in San Francisco.
You'll really have to get up close and personal to see that all of these "stars" are actually Randy Roberts, making a return engagement to San Francisco in two exciting shows.
First, there's "Randy Roberts Does San Francisco" at the Alcove Theatre, playing Thursdays-Saturdays at 9pm through Nov. 2.
Roberts seems to be finding a home in the City as it seems he just left from his run in the musical "Chance."
With costumes that rival the actual stars, Roberts will show why he's won many awards for his female impersonations, including in the presence of the actual stars themselves.
To get tickets to his Alcove musical extravaganza, go to http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/438000
Roberts also enjoys a more intimate show at Martuni's. The famous piano bar on Valencia will reunite Roberts with "Chance" musical director Tammy L. Hall.
The two of them plan to concoct an interesting blend of Liza Minnelli, a pinch of Ann-Margret, a teaspoon of Joan Rivers and mix in a lot of Tammy L. Hall - sounds like a receipe for a fun.
Hall has also worked with award-winning cabaret singer and actress Connie Champagne, the Supremes' Mary Wilson, chanteuse and actress Debbie De Coudreaux, the late David ‘Fathead Newman’, jazz violinist Jeremy Cohen and vocalists Kim Nalley, Denise Perrier, Pamela Rose, Holly Near, Melba Moore, Miki Howard, Darlene Love, Veronica Klaus, Kenny Washington and the late Etta Jones, among others.
For information on Roberts, go to www.randyroberts.net.