Natole has performed in thousands of venues including
television and radio, but he begins his show with a video
interviewing people asking if they have ever heard of Rich
Natole. The answer is usually, “no.” Natole is looking to
change that with his new afternoon show, Voices of a
Generation, at the Harmon Theater.
celebrity voices are showcased in this fast moving, very
funny show. Natole performs over 90 voices in his one man
performance and calls his show, “Voices of A Generation,”
since it is a culmination of the thousands of shows he has
performed over the years. It showcases the voices of his
generation – both the voices his parents loved and he
listened to growing up and contemporary voices that his kids
love and he listens to today.
was raised in Northern California with a transplanted New
York Italian family and as he puts it, while showing an old
photo, “you are funny coming from a dysfunctional family
that takes photos while standing next to dead carcasses.”
teenager, Natole was a ticket taker at the Circle Star
Theatre in San Carlos, CA. He stood in the wings and learned
from the masters - Frank Sinatra, Bill Cosby, Rich Little,
Sammy Davis Jr. and George Carlin. Watching all of these
incredible entertainers ignited Natole’s passion for
performing. As a teenager, he talked his Dad into driving
him into San Francisco to work weekly at the comedy clubs.
then moved to Los Angeles, and ended up performing in every
major comedy club in 42 states within just a few years. He
was a key opening act for many musical and comedy acts.
kids and a mortgage, Natole moved to the other convention
capital of the world – Orlando, Florida. His clean act was
in big demand with corporations until 9-11when the corporate
market stalled and didn’t have the budgets for big
conventions. Natole then worked Florida in any venue that
would hire him.
relocated to Las Vegas in 2008 and considers himself a “true
comic-impressionist working in Las Vegas today,” while
giving audiences a clean show.
repertoire of hundreds of celebrities include Larry King to
Jay Leno to Robert DeNiro to Joe Pesci to Regis Philbin,
Donald Trump, and Dr. Phil. Political junkies will enjoy his
equal opportunity approach to spoofing their favorite (or
least favorite) politicians such as, John McCain and Barack
Obama. Natole’s rendition of The National Anthem with every
President from JFK to Barack Obama is unbelievable.
Natole is performing at the Harmon Theater daily at 2 p.m.
and ticket prices are $29.95 plus fees and taxes for general
admission and $39.95 plus fees and taxes for VIP. Learn more
about Natole at
Harmon Theater, located at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet
Hollywood Resort, is home to “Amazing Johnathan,” “Magic’s a
Drag,” “Sin City Comedy” and “Voices of a Generation”
starring comedy impressionist Rich Natole. The box office
can be reached at 836-0836. For more information, visit