Charlotte Harris

Charlotte Harris Having finished up her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from Texas Tech University, local Houstonian Charlotte Harris has made her way back into the theatre world of Houston. From starring as leads to running productions as stage manager, Charlotte has done it all. In addition to her love for theatre, her other true loves are tap dancing, the Houston Astros (Honestly, all Houston sports), and Beignets. Her love for this city is what makes her so utterly excited to be part of the Broadway World Team!


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BWW Review: THE RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES at Classical Theatre Company- Provides Many Happy ReturnsBWW Review: THE RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES at Classical Theatre Company- Provides Many Happy Returns
Posted: Oct. 9, 2018


BWW Interview: Samuel A. Simon of THE ACTUAL DANCE at Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community CenterBWW Interview: Samuel A. Simon of THE ACTUAL DANCE at Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center
Posted: Oct. 22, 2018


BWW Interview: Samuel A. Simon of THE ACTUAL DANCE at Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community CenterBWW Interview: Samuel A. Simon of THE ACTUAL DANCE at Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center
October 22, 2018

Actor/Playwright Samuel A. Simon takes us on a journey through battles of cancer through his uplifting piece THE ACTUAL DANCE. The story comesfrom Samuel's point of view as he, and his wonderful wife Susan, travelledthrough her battle with Breast Cancer. Showing the audience, that what really matters, come hell or high water, is that we continue to love.

BWW Review: THE RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES at Classical Theatre Company- Provides Many Happy ReturnsBWW Review: THE RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES at Classical Theatre Company- Provides Many Happy Returns
October 9, 2018

I was fortunate enough to see Houston's Classical Theatre Company present THE RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES, written by Arthur Conan Doyle (Writer of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes novel series). This production of THE RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES, directed by Melissa Flower, was a wonderful curveball that left me excited for more Sherlock. The presentation and physicality of Act One will have any Sherlockian intellect wondering if what they saw was classic Sherlock Holmes (spoiler alert: it is).