Las Vegas show Terry Fator at the Mirage: It took Terry Fator 20 years of practice to perfect the skill-set that dominated Season 2 of “America’s Got Talent.” Before his first performance, judges thought he was “just another ventriloquist.” Mere moments into the act, they were transfixed.
Terry’s Las Vegas show is collaboration with a collection of flavorful, even egotistical puppet personalities that integrate his comedic talent, dead accurate impressions and powerful singing voice.
Terry, along with sidekicks like Winston the Impersonating Turtle, share hilarious exchanges before performing classics like “What a Wonderful World” as sung by Kermit the Frog (Winston) and Louis Armstrong (Terry).
One moment the laughter overtakes you and the next one you sit in appreciative silence, as you listen to his beautiful voice and perfect impressions, sung out of the lips of a ventriloquist who never opens his mouth more than half an inch. Simon Cowell considers him one of the greatest talents in the world, and he’s received the highest praise from David Letterman, Oprah Winfrey and a slew of entertainment’s elite personalities.
To say that Terry is unique in his abilities is almost an undersell. His Las Vegas show balances the distinct personas of seven troublemaking plush companions and boasts such diverse vocal ranges as those of Etta James, Garth Brooks, Sonny and Cher, Elvis and Etta James. With an overflowing abundance of talent and his tiny friends in tow, Terry Fator invites you to a Las Vegas show born from inspired persistence and delivering amazing results.