Articles Tagged With: Thomas Ogar

Review: Young Frankenstein at Silhouette Stages

Have you heard about the mania? If not, then let me explain-iya, popping up in Columb-ania— yes, sir! It’s the Transylvania Mania! And it’s making its way across Silhouette Stages this October in the guise of And it’s making its way across Silhouette Stages this October in the guise of the new Mel Brooks’ musical, Young Frankenstein. Directed and Choreographed by Tommy Malek with Musical Direction by Nathan C.

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Anthony "Tony" Paul Ringer Sr. (center) and the ensemble of Smokey Joe's Cafe performing "Jailhouse Rock"

Review: Smokey Joe’s Cafe at Artistic Synergy

Here’s a picture of a neighborhood, there’s the corner where they all stood. The neighborhood is Rosedale, in the basement of the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church to be exact, and the corner? That’s Artistic Synergy, a staple of a community theatre in that corner of Baltimore. Presenting Smokey Joe’s Café: The Songs of Leiber and Stoller as their spring musical, the company puts forth an enthusiastic effort that is well met with strong vocal talent to the less than cohesive musical revue.

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The cast of Seussical! The Musical at Charm City Players

Review: Seussical! The Musical at Charm City Players

Dearest Reader, an adventure awaits you— both bold and daring!

But with effort abound, tons of creativity and caring

A spectacular spectacle, and you must doubt those naysayers,

Comes Seussical! The Musical at Charm City Players!

It’s all been done before, it’s been done too many times

Why that musical about Seuss with all of its rhymes!

But I’m telling you this,

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Review: Godspell at Silhouette Stages

Come sing about love! And build a better city, not a city of angels but a city of man. The message is clear and in this particular moment in time it couldn’t be more relevant than what’s rolling out to the audience from Silhouette Stage’s production of Godspell. Directed by Stephen M. Deininger, with Musical Direction by Robin Trenner, this reimagined take on Stephen Schwartz’ music and John-Michael Tebelak’s original conception is exactly what the world needs in this time of destruction and man-wrought chaos.

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