Let us now praise Charlotte Moore. Praise her for warmth, depth, stillness, and a single malt voice that pours forth rich and true.
Most memorable is the sole woman, Charlotte Moore, who offered some brilliant reinterpretations of a couple of Rogers’ classics. On “White Squall”, she sings...with such subtle intensity that we were both in tears at the end.
One can always pass the time in slower moments by doing something useful, like falling in love with CM, a singer and actress who never comes out of character for a second and is outstanding among four excellent performers.
The sweet purity of Charlotte Moore’s wail, laid raw and bare.
Miss Moore is a splendid ballad singer...a crazy, but solidly grounded, mock femme-fatale...Joyous energy.
Let me rave for a moment about Charlotte Moore. She is one of those Musical Theatre Performers who sings with her heart and her head constantly. She creates this little drama with each song that she presents - and she’s a wonderful comedy performer. She’s also a really moving performer - she’s really top notch.
Moore’s is a powerful and beautiful voice. A real show-stopper.
The ever vivacious CM, with that powerful voice and razor-sharp comic timing...
Charlotte Moore’s “Mama Rose” is a marvel, a one-woman whirlwind of energy, passion and good cheer. Moore’s voice is more than capable of handling the demanding tunes - and her stage presence is commanding and confident. She’s the perfect “Mama Rose”, a role that can only be delivered by a very small cadre of extraordinarily talented actresses.
A must for any fan of Canadian Musical Theatre.
A rare find. Moore treats each one with tender loving care and the result is wholly endearing.
An exquisite, jazz-infused collection of Canadian Theatre Songs performed with great gusto and intoxicating passion by Moore.