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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.
Michael Starr is also a knockout as boisterous-but-likeable, Richard Henry Lee.
Perhaps the most lively tune of the night was “The Lees of Old Virginia” performed with gusto by Michael Starr as Richard Henry Lee
Starr has a velvety voice and a willingness to let his good looks be used to comedic effect
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!
Michael Starr once again proves himself one of our exciting young triple-threats as Riff
Michael Starr is Eros, sexy in brown leather pants and no shirt, with a voice able to command the room.
Michael Starr as stage manager Mike is just great, as he sustains a hilariously consistent manic state throughout.
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.
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.