Articles Tagged With: Charlie Roberts

Henry O'Toole (center) as J. Pierrepont Finch leading "Brotherhood of Man"

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying at STAR Ltd

Dear Reader,

This little review is designed to tell you everything you need to know about How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying currently appearing at STAR Ltd. Now let us assume that you are enthusiastic, passionate, clear-eyed and eager to get out and see quality teen theatre in the Baltimore County area, anxious to arrive at a solid production created by talented youth— you can! If you have education,

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The Secret Garden at Memorial Players

Ayup! Hullo there, Bawlmer! Ayup! There’s a secret waitin’ fer ya o’er in Bolton Hill, but ya need th’ key ta get in. Jus’ remember, when a thing is wick it has a will to grow— and grow is what Memorial Players is doing with their current production of The Secret Garden. Directed by Bill Kamberger with Musical Direction by Gregory Merle Satorie-Robinson and Musical Conduction by Tim Viets, this astonishing musical masterpiece is a Charm City lullaby that will enchant you off to dreamland before you can say,

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Review: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at Heritage Players

Ready or not, kids, the Bee is back in town—and this is one laugh riot you do not want to miss! Directed by Ryan Geiger, with Musical Direction by TJ Lukacsina & Robin Trenner, this production is a journey back to our awkward adolescence with quite a few stand-out moments and a solid cast of dynamic characters. Geiger leads the group to victory with his attention to scene-work and Lukacsina aides in finding a beautiful harmony across this vocally awesome cast. 

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Review: The Drowsy Chaperone at STAR Ltd

Isn’t it delightful when a musical does what it ought to do? When it takes you away and gives you a few tunes to carry with you when you go? A feel good, honest fun, good comedic romp with some catchy numbers that lets you disappear for a while into the decadent world of the 1920’s, why that could only be The Drowsy Chaperone now appearing on stage in the Rice Auditorium with STAR Ltd!

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The company of Ragtime at Memorial Players in Bolton Hill

Review: Ragtime at Memorial Players

“Giving the nation a new syncopation, the people called it Ragtime!” Ragtime at Memorial Players in Baltimore is an outstanding production that takes the audience on a journey of diversity, racial tensions, and an inspiring yet tragic love story. The book, written by Terrance McNally (Music by Stephen Flaherty, and Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens) is based on the 1975 novel by E. L. Doctorow.  Ragtime tells the story of three socially disparate groups set in New York during the early 20th century: African Americans,

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