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ACTOR | SINGER | DANCER

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Headshot & Resumé


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INSTAGRAM - @mjstarr77

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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.
— The Orange Curtain Rev, 1776 - McCoy Rigby Entertainment

Michael Starr is also a knockout as boisterous-but-likeable, Richard Henry Lee.
— Bucking Trends, 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!
— Buck-ing 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

Michael Starr as stage manager Mike is just great, as he sustains a hilariously consistent manic state throughout.
— Broadway World, WHITE CHRISTMAS

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