About Danielle Angeline

Danielle Angeline was bit by the theater bug when she decided to major in Technical Theater and Design at Towson University. This led her to work at Universal Studios in Florida and Carnival Cruise Lines in California as a stage manager, group coordinator and arcade manager. Returning home, a native Marylander, her career transitioned into CADD design and then technical writing for the past 15 years. She volunteered for the Smithsonian as an Information Specialist during that time. Danielle is pursuing her theatre/arts career again and dedicating herself to her greatest passions: theatre, family & friends, painting, tasty & innovative cuisine and her cats: Cheyanne and Sierra.

Theatre Review: ‘The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife’ at Cockpit in Court Cabaret Theatre

The Tale of the Allergist's Wife cast

As the saying goes, “People are put into our lives and taken out for a reason.” That is what Marjorie Taub and her doctor husband, Ira experience in The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife. In this adult comedy written by Charles Busch, the main story focuses on this middle-aged Manhattan couple residing on the Upper […]

Theatre Review: ‘I do! I do!’ at Infinity Theatre Company

Michael (Craig Laurie) and Agnes (Daniella Dalli) on their wedding night

I do! I do! is a musical medley about marital bliss, marital strife, and marital longevity. Co-Producing Artistic Directors Alan and Anna Ostroff of Infinity Theatre Company create another wonderful production. Directed by Tina Marie Casamento and David Libby as Music Director, the original book and lyrics are by Tom Jones and music is by […]

Theatre Review: ‘Les Misérables’ at Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre

The cast of ‘Les Misérables.’ Photo provided by Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre.

1815: Toulon, France – entering from the audience is a chain gang of prisoners, one being Jean Valjean played by JORDAN B. STOCKSDALE and Prison Guard Javert played by BRADY LOVE. After serving nineteen years for stealing a loaf of bread and several unsuccessful prison breaks, Valjean is finally released. But Javert vows to never […]

Theatre Review: ‘The Sound of Music’ at Charm City Players

Sisters of Nonnberg Abbey, Captain Von Trapp, Maria, Liesl, Rolf, Max, Elsa, Herr Zeller, Frau Schmidt, Franz, Louisa, Frederich, Kurt, Gretl, Brigitta and Marta

“Climb every mountain, Ford every stream, Follow every rainbow, Till you find your dream,” is the message Charm City Players’ presents in their outstanding production of The Sound of Music. Directed and choreographed by Stephen Napp, original score by Rodgers and Hammerstein, the show opens with the Sisters of Nonnberg Abbey singing “Preludium,” a beautiful […]

Theatre Review: ‘The Odd Couple’ at Cockpit in Court

Chris Barsam as Felix Ungar and Sam Ranocchia as Oscar Madison in The Odd Couple. Photo courtesy of the production.

Cockpit in Court’s 2014 summer theatre season is well underway at Baltimore County Community College/Essex campus. In production at their Cabaret theatre is Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple. Presented in-the-round, by guest director Albert J. Boeren, The Odd Couple is quite comical with a lot of drama and that one crucial question: “Can two bachelors […]

Theatre Review: ‘Hank Williams: Lost Highway’ at Infinity Theatre Company

Jason Petty as Hank Williams. Photo by Nancy Anderson Cordell.

Hank Williams: Lost Highway is currently in production at one of Annapolis’ premiere theaters, Infinity Theatre Company. Co-authored by Mark Harelik and Randal Myler – who also directed this production – teamed with musical director Stephen G. Anthony to deliver a hauntingly, brilliant story of the legendary country crooner, Hank Williams, Sr. From the rural […]

Theatre Review: ‘Hello, Dolly!’ by 2nd Star Productions

Nori Morton as Dolly Levi with a very talented ensemble cast.

Hello, Dolly! is a wealth of soft-shoe numbers, rich singing, and truly a playful plotline currently on stage at the Bowie Playhouse by 2nd Star Productions. From the first note of “I Put My Hand In” to the grand finale “It Only Takes a Moment: Part II,” Nori Morton as the legendary Dolly Levi, is […]

Theatre Review: ’42 Street’ at Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre

Caitlyn McClellan, Amanda Cimaglia and Lacy Comstock.
Photo by Rachel Parker.

Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre opened their summer season with the always entertaining 42nd Street, book by Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble. If you love classic Broadway tunes and phenomenal tap dancing choreography, this is the show to kick off your summer theatre itinerary. Directed and choreographed by Kristina Friedgen and music direction by Julie Ann […]

Theatre Review: ‘Legally Blonde: The Musical’ at Charm City Players

Carli Smith as Elle Woods. Photo courtesy of Charm City Players.

Legally Blonde – The Musical was a dandy production by Charm City Players. It’s closing weekend had audience’s applauding the ensemble numbers such as “Omigod You Guys,” “What You Want,” and “Find My Way/Finale.” Charm City Players is the “new kid in town” housed on the campus of St. Timothy’s in Reisterstown. Legally Blonde was […]

Theatre Review: ‘Another Day on Willow Street’ at Compass Rose Theater

Stacey (Renata Plecha), Mark (Jonathan Lee Taylor) and Paul (Anthony Bosco). Photo provided by Compass Rose Theater.

Compass Rose Theater presents the World Premiere of Another Day on Willow Street by Frank Anthony Polito and Directed by Lucinda Merry-Browne. Comprised of simultaneous settings in various cities, Another Day on Willow Street is series of conversations that take place two weeks before September 11, 2001. The conversations are brilliant in terms of the […]

Theatre Review: ‘The 39 Steps’ at Dignity Players

(l to r) Eric Lund, Rebecca Ellis, Duncan Hood, and Ty Cobb. Photo by Michael Lund.

Dignity Players presents their final production, The 39 Steps, which is a laugh-out-loud, slapstick comedy extravaganza. Written by John Buchan and directed by Jim Reiter, this classic suspense/espionage movie is keenly translated into a comedic satire play that would have made Alfred Hitchcock smile. The setting takes place in London 1939, where Richard Hannay played […]

Theatre Review: ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ at Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre

Jordan B. Stocksdale as Don Lockwood, Jaimie Lea Kiska as Kathy Selden, Joseph Waeyaert as Cosmo Brown, and cast members from SINGIN' IN THE RAIN. Photo provided by Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre.

Singin’ in the Rain, on stage at Way Off Broadway Theatre sings, dances, and acts its way through the waning days of Hollywoodland’s silent screen era circa 1920.  From the opening glitz and glamour scene to the final “Singin’ in the Rain” reprise, this magnificent cast takes the audience back in time. As the story […]

Theatre Review: ‘Romeo and Juliet’ at Compass Rose Theater

Eli Pendry as Romeo and Sydney Maloney as Juliet. Photo provided by Compass Rose Theater.

“But, soft! what light through yonder window breaks? It is the east, and Juliet is the sun.” ‘Tis Romeo’s declaration in the infamous balcony scene from William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, currently in production at Compass Rose Theater in Annapolis, MD. Eli Pendry plays Romeo and Sydney Maloney plays his beloved Juliet. What is so […]

Theatre Review: ‘Dark Passages’ at Bowie Community Theatre

From left, Pat Reynolds as Mark Ryder, Amanda Magoffin as Bret Conway and James McDaniel as Detective Russell Craig. Photo by Bud Johnson for The Baltimore Sun.

Dark Passages by Shannon Michal Dow, Jan Henson Dow and Robert Schroeder is a slice of life from any given news headline. In production at Bowie Community Theatre at White Marsh Park, Dark Passages is a true whodunit to the very end. Every male character is suspect and for a minute, it seems that one […]