What do you get when you mix an internationally acclaimed impersonator, outrageous comedy, great standards and a bevy of icons? The hysterical parody of Judy Garland and her guests found in Michael Holmes’ riotous The Judy Show! The spirit of Judy Garland is alive and well as  Holmes impersonates Judy  who, in her 1964 television variety show, played host to some of the greatest stars of Hollywood – also played by Holmes.

This hysterical blend of humor, music and you explode into a comedy studded night of glamorous guest stars that are always changing including Carol Channing, Mae West, Bette Davis, Billie Holiday, Katherine Hepburn, Pearl Bailey, Peggy Lee and Tallulah Bankhead (all performed by Holmes on stage). Singing many of your favorite standards including The Trolley Song, Hello Dolly, God Bless The Child, Over the Rainbow and many more Holmes is accompanied on the piano by renowned Palm Springs’ pianist Joel Baker.

Holmes, who is a celebrated entertainer, singer, impressionist, and improvisational comedian has performed throughout the country to sell out houses. Being one of the most sought after celebrity impressionists and cabaret entertainers in the United States, Holmes, originally from Chicago, splits his time now between East and West Coasts. In addition to impressions Holmes has become one of the country’s premier jazz vocalists releasing his second Jazz CD this year.