Dorothy Bishop, Entertainer, singer, impersonator
The Dozen Divas Show
315 West 54th Street
NYC, New York 10019
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Dorothy Bishop trained at the Yale School of Music in Opera. She immediately moved to NYC and later joined the First Broadway National Tour of Terrence McNally’s Tony award-winning play “Master Class” starring Faye Dunaway.
“Bishop has New York audiences in stitches”
— New York Post
“Novel and hysterical! She can really sing and she NAILS it!” –Huffington Post
Blessed with a voice capable of opera, Broadway, and pop, she creates funny but appreciative portraits of the women we love. – Michael Musto
In the smash Off-Broadway hit Spamilton, Dorothy Bishop ruthlessly impersonates divas from Liza Minnelli to Barbra Streisand, with Bernadette Peters and Patti LuPone along the way.
But Spamilton hardly scratches the surface of Dorothy’s talent for mimicry. In her fast-paced one-woman show “The Dozen Divas,” she does Liza and Barbra… and Stevie and Adele and Cher… and, well, too many others to mention!
Dorothy is primed to dazzle you on Monday, June 26th at 7 pm at the Metropolitan Room as she launches into her third year of “The Dozen Divas,” featuring her classic impersonations as well as a brand-new diva or two.
“The Dozen Divas” has already been nominated for two Broadway World Awards and two Mac Awards for a best musical comedy show. In between stints with Spamilton, Dorothy squeezed in a triumphant Mexican tour of “Divas” during which she headlined at the beautiful Red Room in Puerto Vallarta.
She was spotted in “The Dozen Divas” by the music director of Spamilton, Broadway conductor Fred Barton.
He was bowled over: “Dorothy’s innate sunny sense of humor and goodheartedness transcends all – but her true secret weapon lies in the sky-high quality and range of her own native, superlative singing.”
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Kim moved to Tucson from Colorado to be near the work of some of the top cancer research in the world at Arizona Cancer Center. Aside from owning her own successful small businesses, she has 35 years of advertising and marketing background. Kim was a senior advertising executive for a popular Colorado magazine, creating several popular community leader print campaigns, along with her own cancer print campaigns.
“What made me successful in each of my ventures, was my ability to market my own businesses. I like to have fun. I think in the margins. I am always trying to think how I can turn an experience into something new and creative that will make people think”.
Kim likes to camp and canoe. Her favorite string instrument is the cello and aspires to learn to play someday. She would like to travel the world.