Actress   Singer/Musician   Writer   Photo Gallery   News   Contact   Home

"HANDLES COMEDY AND NEAR-TRAGEDY WITH EQUAL DEXTERITY."
- Seattle Times

"A TERRIFIC BELTER VOICE AND COMEDY CHOPS TO MATCH."
- Seattle Post-Intelligencer

"ANGIE LOUISE SHINES... WONDERFUL DRAMATIC TIMING."
- Broadway2Seattle.com

"INCREDIBLY TALENTED... LOUISE IS SENSATIONAL." - Seattle Gay News

"LOUISE ATTACKS WITH GUSTO AND PANACHE,
DISPLAYING PERFECT COMEDIC TIMING." - TalkinBroadway.com

"LOUISE SCORES BIG, GARNERING HUGE LAUGHS." - Backstage West

"I NOW WORSHIP AT THE ALTAR OF ANGIE LOUISE." - TheatreSeattle.com

"ANGIE LOUISE IS CAPTIVATING." - The Stranger



ANGIE LOUISE is a character actress, musical comedienne, voice talent, and member of Actors' Equity Association. A fan of the late great Madeleine Kahn, Louise has been cast as many a wisecracking gal Friday and freaky femme fatale. Film credits include the starring role of Jessie in cult comedy Gory Gory Hallelujah, released theatrically in 2005 and now available on DVD (rent it on Netflix!). She also co-starred with Richard Sanders in the prize-winning Circus of Infinity (2005), which premiered at Seattle International Film Festival. Stage credits include many principal roles with top Northwest musical theatre companies The 5th Avenue Theatre and Village Theatre. Notable roles include Electra in Gypsy (with Judy Kaye) and rock pianist Vi Petty in Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story, both for Seattle's historic and nationally renowned 5th Avenue Theatre; and at Village Theatre, Molly in Unsinkable Molly Brown, Sally Bowles in Cabaret, Billie in Babes In Arms, and carny diva The Incomparable Rosalie in Carnival, for which she received Backstage West's Critic's Choice Award for Best Actress in a Musical. Original-cast work includes playing real-life vaudeville star Elsie Campbell in Bootlegger at the Village, Maoli in Bucket Of Blood: The Beatnik Musical at Seattle Rep, and, for ShowTunes Musical Theatre Company, Barbara in Charles Strouse's workshop production of Dancing With Time. In 2008, Angie performed the role of accordion-playing Berlin prostitute Fraulein Kost in the 5th Avenue Theatre's touring production of Cabaret, co-produced with the American Musical Theatre of San Jose and the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts in Minneapolis-St. Paul. Broadway2Seattle.com wrote: "As Kost, Angie Louise shines brightly with a strong belt, comedic chops that rival the greats, and wonderful dramatic timing." In 2009, Angie reprised her role as Kost in Cabaret for Theatre Under The Stars in Houston, Texas. Of this production, TheatrePort.com wrote: "Stunning... Astonishing... A perfect, glorious gift... Kost is exuberantly realized by Angie Louise, whose accordion-led reprise of "Tomorrow Belongs To Me" is guaranteed to bring goosebumps to even the shyest theatergoer." In 2010, Angie joined the cast of Pero at Seattle Children's Theatre in collaboration with Dutch Speeltheater Holland, and played a villainous vamp in film noir short 21 Club. In 2011, she returned to Seattle Children's Theatre to play Hattie in Steven Dietz and Allison Gregory's adaptation of Go, Dog, Go, wrote and performed for 14/48 (The World's Quickest Theatre Festival), and took the stage at A Contemporary Theatre and City Arts Festival (among others) with her Weimar-inspired band The Love Markets. In 2012: Angie returns to Village Theatre to play Sheila/Mildred in It Shoulda Been You, a new ensemble musical from New York creative team Brian Hargrove and Barbara Anselmi ("A fast-paced frolic... Louise uses her unique patented dry-martini humor to wring laughs aplenty" - TalkinBroadway.com); appears alongside Elliott Gould and David DeLuise in new award-winning feature film Ira Finkelstein's Christmas, playing a B-movie diva who portrays a space-age Mrs. Claus (Best Comedy, Los Angeles International Family Film Festival); and releases The Love Markets' debut album, World Of Your Dreams.




Actress   Singer/Musician   Writer   Photo Gallery   News   Contact   Home