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15 months ago I am reminded of other famous opening dance numbers like “Good Morning Baltimore” from Hairspray to the much more recent “Another day In The Sun” from La...
19 months ago Lacewell's choreography was magnificent, especially in the opening number, “Good Morning Baltimore,” which had 23 actors on stage at once. I also liked the...
22 months ago ... and a vivacious Hairspray medley (Good Morning Baltimore / Nicest Kids in Town / Welcome to the '60s / Big, Blonde, and Beautiful / Without Love / You Can't...
28 months ago Robinson plays the determined and upbeat Tracy with passion, belting out the opening number, “Good Morning Baltimore,” and illustrating the contagious,...
33 months ago She awakens and immediately captures the audience's heart with her stunning, glass-breaking rendition of “Good Morning Baltimore.” She races home to watch...
45 months ago Performing arts troupes have been popping up in “Charm City” faster than you can sing the lyrics of Hairspray's “Good Morning Baltimore.” On any weekend, you...
45 months ago From the first note of “Good Morning Baltimore,” Trinity Duggan, as Tracy Turnblad, belts out a sensational performance. The quality of her voice belies her years...
50 months ago The songs, including "Good Morning Baltimore" and "You Can't Stop the Beat" have been heard the world over and became a worldwide sensation of musical...
50 months ago Tracy Turnblad, played by Marymount Manhattan College student Maddie Baillio, and the cast dance their way through the streets in "Good Morning, Baltimore.
50 months ago ... including "Good Morning Baltimore" like an old-timer. From there, it fluidly flowed, from "The Nicest Kids in Town" and on, it was can't-take-your-eyes-off TV.