Maggie Worsdale

Thank you Maggie for your Sinatra: 100th Birthday Celebration "knock-out" performance this past Sunday at the Bernards Township Library. Every attendee had glowing remarks about your talent and stage presence; your singing was absolutely stunning. Old Blue Eyes would have been very proud! Thanks again.

Puerto Vallarta Old Town

Maggie Worsdale waltzed onto the stage and sang "Let Me Entertain You" which was a fitting song to project the theme of the evening, Broadway Ladies and their songs. Her voice is a top professional one right off the bat. She has been featured in many cabarets and her presence and projection revealed that to me. She was not impersonating the famous ladies, but singing their songs from successful Broadway shows, all part of her repertoire. "Broadway is a Business" she stated. She is a fantastically talented entertainer and we were thrilled not to miss her brief run. She is a "One Woman Show".

Tonight she was paying tribute to The Tramps as she termed them. Using her strong round voice, she made us feel we were watching a theatrical show as she soared to heights unimaginable and held on for ages. Hers is a well-trained and experienced voice which delivers on every single note. As a true pro, she captures the audience, leads them along and then bolts them out of their chairs with final bursts of thunder. We were pleased she agreed to visit Puerto Vallarta sharing her enormous talent with us.

I was mesmerized by Maggie's performance last night. Everyone whoever hummed a show tune, on pitch or off ( that would be me) should know about this performer and beat a path up the stairs to the Red Room at Act ll. Maggie Worsdale poignantly and often humorously shares little vignettes about the grande dames of musicals including the likes of Mary Martin, Ethel Merman , Barbara Cook and a host of others and then she belts out meticulously sung and selected show tunes to show off the best of everyone's talent. In fact she appears at times to be channeling some of the greats of the musical theatre world. This Red Room special was one of the happiest surprises in a season of surprises ( and the season has only just begun) It seems to be the closest thing to Broadway out of New York. 

The Citizen of Morris County