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Kristen Price

Kristen first discovered theater by way of Jesus Christ Superstar in elementary school and fell madly in love with the idea of singing and dancing. After a disastrous turn as Sandy in Grease in an 8th grade Broadway review, she realized she was destined to be a kid that went to the theater instead of a theater kid. She's still loving every minute of that decision today.




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BWW Review: THE BOOK OF DAYS at The Colonial Players is a Creative Take on Small Town PhotoBWW Review: THE BOOK OF DAYS at The Colonial Players is a Creative Take on Small Town America
Posted: Feb. 23, 2020


BWW Review: RICHARD & JANE & DICK & SALLY Celebrates its World Premiere at Baltimore  PhotoBWW Review: RICHARD & JANE & DICK & SALLY Celebrates its World Premiere at Baltimore Center Stage
Posted: Feb. 15, 2020


BWW Review: PETER AND THE STARCATCHER at 2nd Star Productions Takes Flight
February 24, 2017

For anyone who has ever loved the character of Peter Pan, reading PETER AND THE STARCATCHER is probably quite a fun experience. For someone like me, who has never been particularly fond of this character, reading PETER AND THE STARCATCHER was difficult. I sort of got where they were going, but I definitely didn't get all in the ins and outs of the story. It's sort of like reading HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS, before reading HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER'S STONE. You get the idea, but you're just a bit lost in the magic of it all.

BWW Feature: BROADWAY CON at Javits Center Delights Theater Lovers
February 6, 2017

BroadwayCon ended about 4 days ago, and since then, I've been trying to come down from the high of it all. If I had to describe it in one word, I'm not sure I could. I'd need about 30 adjectives before I even came close. It was by far the most positive, energetic and completely enjoyable event that I've ever had the privilege to attend. I'm not sure how the organizers did it, but they managed to create an event that was important, inclusive, celebratory and fun all at the same time. And I'm eternally grateful to them for doing so.

BWW Review: EXIT PLUTO at Strand Theater Company Explores Something New
January 26, 2017

Having the chance to see a brand new play always fascinates me. The time and creativity that the playwright has put into their work must be astronomical. I can't imagine the satisfaction and pride they feel when the curtain finally comes up on their vision. To help these playwrights realize their visions, The Strand Theater Company, a small theater in Baltimore County has devoted time and energy to producing only new works. In the case of this season, all of these works will be written and directed by female artists - a worthy cause in an industry where most men still dominate the writing and directing fields.

BWW Review: SUPERIOR DONUTS at Third Wall Productions Impresses with Heart and Humor
January 24, 2017

A few months back I decided to read Tracy Letts' SUPERIOR DONUTS. I do that a lot when I've decided I missed a show that I really wish I hadn't. If I can't see it in person, then reading the play is a close second. The story of a small donut shop in a rundown neighborhood of Chicago, its owner and the people that frequent his shop struck a chord with me. The relationship between Arthur, and Franco, the young man Arthur employs is full of differences. Arthur is an aging Polish hippie/donut-maker, while Franco is a young African American writer.

BWW Feature: GHOSTLIGHT PROJECT at Third Wall Productions Lights the Light of Hope
January 20, 2017

On a day that saw rumors of a possible shutdown of the National Endowment for the Arts, artists from around the country came together to prove their lights would not be extinguished.

BWW Review: THE CALL OF THE WILD at Baltimore Theatre Project Intrigues
January 16, 2017

I had never heard of the Baltimore Theatre Project. As someone who fancies herself pretty up on the theater scene in the area, I was very surprised that it had never been on my radar. The Baltimore Theatre Project is a small regional theater located in the arts district of Baltimore City.



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