“Me and My Shadow” is a time-travel tribute to the standing room only shows when Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr. entertained audiences with their awesome talent and unpredictable high spirits.
Add to those legendary performers 30 more celebrities like Dean Martin, Michael Jackson, Ray Charles, Neil Diamond, Jay Leno, Rodney Dangerfield, Stevie Wonder, De Niro, and the Godfather himself and you have a miraculous tribute show packed with so much entertainment your hands will sting from applause, your cheeks will ache from laughter, and your senses will be electrified by the astonishing talent of Rick Michel and Bryan Clark, two exciting performers who bring to the stage music, comedy and celebrity impersonations beyond compare.
Please join Rick Michel and Bryan Clark in “Frank & Sammy, Me and My Shadow” at a location near you… or even one far from you! It’s worth the trip to share this a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience you won’t want to miss.
While performing with Rick Michel, famed impressionist Rich Little told the audience, “Not only can Rick perfectly impersonate over 200 celebrity voices, he also sings better than the singers he’s impersonating, and that includes Sinatra!”
From Las Vegas Showrooms to Concert Halls around the world, Rick Michel has entertained audiences with his iconic shows, “Sinatra Forever” and “The Rick Michel Variety Show”.
Now with his new show “Frank and Sammy, Me and My Shadow”, Rick Michel and Bryan Clark are bringing audiences a jubilant celebration of side-splitting hilarity, intoxicating music, and exhilarating entertainment.
Bryan Clark is a force of nature on stage. His uncanny ability to channel the very soul of the performers he’s portraying transports the audience to an enchanted theater where Michael Jackson moonwalks, Nat King Cole croons love songs, Ray Charles excited the soul, and Sammy Davis Jr. awes the audience with his unrivaled talents as a singer, dancer, comedian and impressionist.
No, actually there is one person who rivals Sammy as a singer, dancer, comedian and impressionist. Bryan Clark!