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Back to Barbra...“You don’t need to be a Streisand fan to appreciate Imogen's extraordinary stage presence, musical talent.

Imogen Hebert is an acclaimed singer, actress, and tribute artist. Back to Barbra gives audiences misty water-colored memories of Streisand’s platinum hit songs! Imogen brings her reverence and admiration of Barbra Streisand to this unforgettable concert. Imogen's natural voice and features resemble that of superstar Barbra Streisand, and capture the essence of Barbra and her songs! Special guest Earl Poole & Emily Roy will be there to sing the Duets songs that we all remember like Tell Him, Guilty , What Kind of Fool , You don't bring me flowers , and More


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My Story

Imogen Hebert is sixteen years old and a junior at New Orleans Centre for the Creative Arts (NOCCA). Imogen is a 2023 national semi finalist for National Association for Teachers of Singing (NATS), becoming one of the top seventeen singers in the United States. She has also placed first in Louisiana NATS 2022, Louisiana State Music Rally 2023, and second in Southern Regional NATS 2022. You may have seen her in Mean Girls Jr (Regina George), The Little Mermaid Jr (Ariel), Kinky Boots (Angel), Elf Jr (Emily), This Christmas (Lucy), Joseph ATD (Gad), Aladdin Jr (Manal), Moana Jr (Chief Ancestor), James and the Giant Peach Jr (Ladahlord), Finding Nemo Jr (Gill), The Little Prince (Desert Flower), Sunset Boulevard (Larissa), Charlotte’s Web (Narrator), and The Lion King Jr (Hyena). She has also performed in tributes such as “I Want My MTV!” (Kate Bush, Anne Wilson), and Finley Watkins and Friends. In her free time Imogen operates her own business as a party princess and entertainer for hire. Imogen is thrilled to perform as the legend Barbra Streisand, and she is so grateful you have chosen to support her growth as an artist. She would like to thank Earl Poole for being such her amazing vocal instructor, Emily Roy for being an astounding duet partner, and Mr. Brian for seeing her both for who she is and who she could be. Last but not least, thanks are due to her mom, Brittany Roberts, for being along for the ride and doing everything she can to help Imogen succeed-even if that means staying up until 3 A.M. rhinestoning turtle shells.

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