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Don Lockwood is Michael Starr, a remarkable triple-threat in the vein of Gene Kelly. As an actor he is funny, solemn, and sweetly appealing opposite Kimberly Immanuel’s Kathy Selden; as a singer he is pitch-perfect no matter the weather; and as a dancer he is supernaturally graceful while tap-dancing atop furniture and performing stunning balletic sequences, like in the astonishingly surreal “Broadway Melody.
— LA Excites, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN - La Mirada Theater

At the heart of all the action, Michael Starr exudes plenty of boyish charm that’s only surpassed by his distinguished singing and dancing abilities as “Don Lockwood”. He promptly validates these talents with his “flashback’ ditty, “Fit As A Fiddle”, before going on to dazzle us time and again with his contributions to the sumptuous ballads, “You Stepped Out Of A Dream” and “You Were Meant For Me”, before going big post intermission being the cardinal figure in “Broadway Melody”. Then there’s the dynamic titular composition which comes at the finish of Act One, where he truly brings it home–dancing and ‘Singin’ In The Rain” (even its ride-out–in which he valiantly leaps onto a nearby light pole à la “Gene Kelly” is sure to bring a few jolts of glee and satisfaction to anyone watching.)
— Bucking Trends, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN - La Mirada Theater

Starr, who continues to live up to his appropriate last name with every subsequent role he takes on—lets go and surrenders to “that glorious feeling” of unstoppable happiness, that we can’t help but feel just as giddy as he does, except less damp in our seats.
— Onstage Blog, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN - La Mirada Theater

Mr. Starr has played many roles in his celebrated theatrical career… but this has to be one of his best. He echoes Gene Kelly in a remarkable way. His singing, dancing and acting hit all the right notes and yet not without some individual flair of his own.
— The Show Report, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN - La Mirada Theater

Starr’s spirited performance with his prop riding crop while he sings and dances the praises of Virginia will bring a smile to your face.
— The Orange Curtain Rev, 1776 - McCoy Rigby Entertainment

Perhaps the most lively tune of the night was “The Lees of Old Virginia” performed with gusto by Michael Starr as Richard Henry Lee
— Broadway World, 1776 - McCoy Rigby Entertainment

Starr has a velvety voice and a willingness to let his good looks be used to comedic effect
— Daily News, THE WORLD GOES ROUND - Reprise2.0

Michael Starr controls the stage right from his first steps on to it! He does a stirring job initiating the show’s opening salvo, “When You’re A Jet”—demonstrating some remarkable acrobatic skills to boot! Following this, he does just as commendable a job leading “Cool”—staged as an intriguing blend of athletic “Capoeira” martial-arts variations combined with a fusion of jazz and ballet. Toward its finish, Starr hits some dynamic sustained notes, thus verifying that he too, has some pretty significant vocal chops of his own!
— Bucking Trends, WEST SIDE STORY - McCoy Rigby Entertainment

Michael Starr once again proves himself one of our exciting young triple-threats as Riff
— Stage Scene LA, WEST SIDE STORY - McCoy Rigby Entertainment

Michael Starr is Eros, sexy in brown leather pants and no shirt, with a voice able to command the room.
— Stage Happenings, PSYCHE

I really enjoyed Michael Starr as Riff. He had a wild ever-present emotion about him. Always pumped. Always ready to go, go, go. His enthusiasm was contagious.
— The Sullivan County Democrat, WEST SIDE STORY - Forestburgh Playhouse

Ex-boyfriend Warner Huntington III is performed by Michael Starr and he’s appropriately pompous, snooty and ambitious – well done as the character you love to dislike.
— The Catskill Chronicle, LEGALLY BLONDE