About Danielle Angeline

Danielle Angeline graduated with a Bachelor's in Technical Theater and Design. This led her to work at Universal Studios Florida and Carnival Cruise Lines as a Stage Manager. After that, her career transitioned to technical writing, which she has been doing for the past 10 years. Also, during this time she volunteered at the Smithsonian as an Information Specialist. She's written featured articles for 'Taste of the Bay" and is working toward a writing career in the environmental sector. In her spare time, she paints acrylic landscapes.

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 […]

Theatre Review: ‘A Soldier’s Play’ at 2nd Star Productions

(From left) David Johnson, Daley Gunter, Dan Kavanaugh and Cristopher Dinwiddie.  Photo provided by 2nd Star Productions.

A Soldier’s Play, by Charles Fuller, is being presented by 2nd Star Productions, in their new location at the Charis Center for the Arts, near the antique district in Old Bowie. Jane B. Wingard is the Director, Set Designer and costumes the cast, along with Producer, Cheramie Jackson. The premise of A Soldier’s Play is […]

Theatre Review: ‘Collected Stories’ at Dignity Players

(l to r) Carol Cohen as Ruth and Sarah Wade as Lisa.

Collected Stories, directed by Lois Evans, is currently in production at Dignity Players in the Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis. The original script by Donald Margulies, Collected Stories follows a six year relationship between Ruth Steiner (Carol Cohen), a professor and respected short story writer and Lisa Morrison (Sarah Wade), her student and protégée. The […]

Theatre Review: ‘Bad Dates’ by The Bay Theatre Company

Janet Luby as Hayley. Photo: by Stan Barouh.

The Bay Theatre Company rolled out their one-woman show Bad Dates, written by Theresa Rebeck, in their new location at the Chesapeake Arts Center in Brooklyn, MD. Directed by Richard Pilcher and starring Janet Luby as Haley Walker, this show is a marvelous combination of humor, honesty, and vulnerability. The setting is Haley’s bedroom in […]

Theatre Review: ‘Annie’ at Charm City Players

E. Lee Nicol and Brielle Herlein.
Photo provided by Charm City Players.

Want to share some holiday fun with friends and family? Then Annie is the ticket. Presented by Charm City Players at The Hannah More Arts Center, on the grounds of St. Timothy’s School in Pikesville, Annie is a full-length production for (almost) all ages. Annie is based on the comic strip “Little Orphan Annie” by […]

Theatre Review: ‘Guys and Dolls’ at Rockville Musical Theatre

1st couple, Sara Carbonneau as Miss Adelaide and 
Jacy D'Aiutolo as Nathan Detroit. 2nd couple,
Katherine Riddle as Sgt. Sarah Brown, and 
Christopher Overly as Sky Masterson.
Photo by Paul Lee Photography.

Second couple (bearded man):

A classic 1950s musical, Guys and Dolls is based on two short stories by Damon Runyon that brings to light the New York underground of gangsters and gamblers. The music and lyrics were originated by Frank Loesser and book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows. Rockville Musical Theatre’s production at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre […]

Theatre Review: ‘The 1940’s Radio Hour’ at Silhouette Stages

l-r, Ginger (Mary Guay Kramer), Geneva (Samantha McEwen), Dee Dee (Kelly Danforth), Ann (Kelly Rardon), Connie (Emily Biondi).
Photo by Steve Telller.

Silhouette Stages at Slayton House Theater goes back in time before radio became television, to the inner workings of The 1940’s Radio Hour. It’s December 21, 1942, on a snowy night in New York City. Clifton A. Feddington and his partner Sal Lebowitz have been producing The Mutual Manhattan Variety Cavalcade for six years, one […]

Theatre Review: ‘The Sound of Music’ at Compass Rose Theater

Katie Keyser as Maria with the Von Trapp Children. Photo by Stan Barouh.

The Sound of Music, currently in production at Compass Rose Theater in Annapolis, MD is still a timeless classic story of love. It explores the loving relationships of parent and child, man and woman, first love, husband and wife, and love of country and God. It is evident that Katie Keyser is meant to play […]

Theatre Review: ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ by 2nd Star Productions at Bowie Playhouse

Audrey (Hannah Thornhill) and Seymour (Nathan Bowen).
Photo by of Debe Tighe.

In the spirit of 1950’s B-movies like The Blob or The Day the Earth Stood Still, 2nd Star Productions is presenting Little Shop of Horrors at Bowie Playhouse at White Marsh Park. The musical originally directed and written by Howard Ashman, with composer Alan Menken and musical staging by Edie Cowan in 1982, Little Shop of Horrors is about […]

Theatre Review: ‘Art’ at Dignity Players

Jim Gallagher, Tom Newbrough, and Kevin Wallace.
Photo provided by Dignity Players.

Art is The Dignity Players latest production now on display at The Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis.  Originally a French play by Yasmina Reza, it premiered October 28, 1994 and won a Tony for Best Play. Darice Clewell directs the Dignity Players’ production. Art is a melodic odyssey of repartee that occurs among three friends:  […]

Theatre Review: ‘Tis Pity She’s a Wh***’ by The Rude Mechanicals

Lauren Beward as Annabella and Joshua Engel as Giovanni.
Photo by Rebecca Hranj.

Murder, mayhem, and mystery, is just the beginning of a series of plot twists and twisted characters that will have audiences gasping by the end of ‘Tis Pity She’s a Wh***.  Currently in production at the Greenbelt Arts Center and presented by The Rude Mechanicals, ‘Tis Pity plays like an Italian soap opera. Directors Jaki […]

Theatre Review: ‘Into the Woods’ at Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre

Katrina Sillaman as the Witch and Carol Anne Drescher as Rapunzel. 
Photo provided by Catherine Nix Thomas.

Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre transports the audience Into the Woods at their outdoor venue that decorates the downtown Annapolis City Dock. Their production of Into the Woods is exceptional with a cast of that boasts a broad-range of singing voices, a beautifully designed set, and dazzling costumes that clearly defines who’s who in this ensemble […]