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Rowena Winkler

Rowena Winkler

Rowena is a former public relations professor turned marketing/communications professional. Her Ph.D. is from the University of Maryland, College Park (go Terps!) and her diverse work experiences range from freelancing for non-profit organizations to content marketing for tech companies. She is currently the Agency Marketing Manager for TSL Marketing, a digital agency focused on helping B2B technology companies grow their business. Rowena is also an active participant in the Maryland community theater scene as a performer/choreographer/director, a proud yogi, a self-proclaimed foodie, and a psychological astrologist. She is also expecting her first child, a baby girl, with her husband Derek in March 2020. Follow her on Twitter @RBWinklerPhD.


BWW Review: ALADDIN at Hippodrome Theatre
November 18, 2019

If you're looking for a?oeA Whole New Worlda?? to break up the monotony of your week, look no further than the Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center.  Disney Theatrical Productions has done it again with its National Tour of Aladdin: another movie-to-musical hit that stays true to the core of the story while adding elements meant to dazzle live audiences.  

BWW Interview: Zach Bencal on Teaching Authenticity with ALADDIN
November 5, 2019

The national tour of Aladdin is coming to the Hippodrome as part of its Broadway Series in November, and it's certainly a performance you do not want to miss. With 337 costumes, 111 moving lights, and 38 tons of scenery, lighting, and effects suspended from the grid, it's no wonder that it takes 75 people to deliver the spectacle of this show on tour. To give you insight on what it takes to be in a show of this caliber, BroadwayWorld sat down with Zach Bencal, who has been in over 1000 performances of Aladdin as Babkak, one of the street urchin's friends. 

BWW Review: DINNER WITH FRIENDS at Everyman Theatre
April 8, 2019

Everyman Theatre's Founder and Artistic Director Vincent M. Lancisi recently exposed Baltimore theatergoers to the storytelling genius of Playwright Donald Margulies in their rendition of Dinner with Friends. Armed with an intelligent script that explores the nuances of romance and friendship, Everyman hit its mark of seeking connection through emotional storytelling in a way that left the audience pondering their own relationships.

BWW Interview: Deborah Hazlett on Channeling Compassion in SWEAT at Everyman Theatre
November 8, 2018

The Baltimore debut of Lynn Nottage's gripping play, Sweat, is currently playing at the Everyman Theatre through November 25th. To get an inside look at this production, BroadwayWorld sat down with Resident Company Member Deborah Hazlett to talk about her role as Tracey in this revelatory and emotionally gripping show.

BWW Review: SWEAT at Everyman Theatre
November 4, 2018

When the world you've known your whole life starts falling apart due to forces outside of your control, are you able to roll with the punches? When the bubble you've lived in for years starts imploding upon itself due to the choices made by others, are you able to move forward with compassion and understanding? What if the impact of those choices is caused by your friend? Or even your own mother? These are the questions audience members will ask themselves when they step into the world of Reading, Pennsylvania to see Sweat at Everyman Theatre.

BWW Review: LES MISERABLES at Hippodrome Theatre
October 11, 2018

Les Miserables is a 'classic' many theatergoers have seen over and over again, with a reputation that comes with its own set of expectations. Because the show is practically timeless, new productions are faced with the challenge to come up with fresh ways to tell the story of Jean Valjean, while keeping the moments we've all grown to love intact. The latest national tour that recently opened at the Hippodrome Theatre does just that-and possibly more

BWW Review: BAD JEWS at Vagabond Players
June 5, 2018

When a family deals with loss, how can they go about preserving their loved one's legacy with what was left behind? At the Vagabond Players, audiences can witness how Joshua Harmon's award-winning dark comedy BAD JEWS will immerse you on an emotional journey from beginning to end.