Alisa Endsley has portrayed numerous leading ladies of the musical stage from Sandy & Rizzo in Grease, Aldonza in Man of La Mancha, Eva Peron in Evita to the lead role of Norma Desmond in the original company of Sunset Boulevard in London’s West End as well as on Broadway. As a lead vocalist she has sung with the B.B.C. orchestra, recorded in the famous Abbey Road studios, been the featured guest on many radio & television shows in the United Kingdom as well as here in the U.S. Alisa can be seen in N.Y. C. as well as in The North Country, with the wonderful Russell Ames at the keys, performing her show entitled “The Quotable Woman.” This is Ms. Endsley and Mr. Ames’s 6th collaboration and Alisa is thrilled to be “At it Again!” To learn more about Alisa and her work go to Alisa’s Professional page.
Russell Ames has directed more than eighty student and community theatre productions of Gilbert and Sullivan and Broadway musicals, served 32 years as accompanist for the University Glee Club of New York City, accompanied singers at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and various other venues here and abroad. He was Director of Development at Riverdale Country School and Horace Mann School in New York City.