Lori Mestas

Lori Mestas, the founder and producer of Mestas Musicals has been performing all her life. From the time she was 2 years old, dancing in front of the TV to Mitch Miller and his "bouncing ball" to current day, Lori has delighted audiences everywhere!  

As a singer, dancer and actress Lori has toured nationally as well as abroad to countries such as Japan and Monte Carlo. Lori's amazing energy and performance style draws in the audience in a special way.  

In addition to her performing talents, Lori brings an uplifting message to her shows. Her heart for people and for God make her programs moving and memorable. Lori's personal approach to the stage will make you feel warm and welcome. You will never be the same once you've experienced a Lori Mestas show!

Lori portraying Betsy Ross on WGN for her 4th of July appearance. Lori wrote this song to express  the honor Betsy felt given the opportunity to make our country's first flag.  


Robert Mestas

Robert Mestas has a wealth of knowledge on the Civil War.  Through many years of research and study he has become a sought after historian on the subject.  With a desire to share the truths he has learned, Robert authored a CD entitled, "Defending the Heritage - Facts you didn't learn in school about the Civil War."  This CD is digitally mastered all set to music and can be purchased on his website: DefendingTheHeritage.com or at any live event.   

In Robert's continued studies he found Robert E. Lee to be a general who exemplified outstanding integrity and truth. He wanted people to meet him!  So he combined his acting talents with his passion and became Robert E. Lee!   


Paula Williams

Paula Williams is voice to be reckoned with! From soul to blues to Motown and more, Paula delights audiences everywhere she goes. On top of her vocal expertise she is endearing, charming and a lot of fun!

You are in for a refreshing time when you come to a Paula William's show. You will always leave with a pep in your step and a song in your heart!  

Don't miss her show "Motown and More!"