Erika is based in Los Angeles but can travel anywhere in the United States or overseas for your event.
Parties and Corporate Events
Erika will stay in character to greet and interact with your guests, mix-and-mingle or walk-a-round, sing, present awards, roast the guest of honor, and pose for pictures. She can also MC or host your event in character.
Promos, Ads, Photo Shoots
Erika will appear at your product launch, conference, exhibition, store promotion or any other event where attention is needed for your product or company.
Birthday Parties | Singing Telegrams
What better birthday gift then to have Marilyn Monroe serenade your guest of honor with her world-famous rendition of “Happy Birthday?” Erika makes your guest of honor feel like a president when she breaks into the famous birthday song.
Erika puts on an unforgettable live, interactive show that will have the audience wondering if the real Marilyn Monroe has traveled through time to pay them a visit. Complete with live singing (no lip-sincing!) in Marilyn’s signature breathy voice, dancing and costume changes, Erika has performed this always evolving show at casinos and world famous cabaret stages across the globe. Your guests will be talking about it for years to come!
Erika currently offers a musical set of up to 1 hour of Marilyn’s best loved songs. She can perform with a live band or cd backing tracks. Sound system available upon request.
Songs include Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend, I Wanna Be Loved By You, My Heart Belongs To Daddy, Bye Bye Baby, I’m Through With Love, Some Like It Hot, Heat Wave, and many more. Erika can perform solo or with other tribute artists and frequently performs with the Rat Pack (Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr.) and Elvis.
All of Erika’s costumes can be seen in the photo gallery section and include: the famous “Seven Year Itch” white halter dress, the pink “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend” dress complete with gorgeous “diamond” jewelry, the sequined, beaded “Happy Birthday” gown, the black and gold “Rachmaninoff” gown from “The Seven Year Itch” and the red sequined show-girl dress as in “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.”