Charlotte is thrilled to join the cast of I Dig Rock and Roll at The Rubicon Theatre in Ventura, CA this fall. The show, a collection of folk-rock music of the 60’s and 70’s, features arrangements by George Grove (of The Kingston Trio) and is directed by Jim O’Neil. The show runs September 11 - September 29.
In addition to acting, Charlotte is a singer-songwriter and is constantly releasing new music and playing sets around New York. She just finished up The Detour, an acoustic tour of her own music! Learn more about Charlotte’s music and where she’ll be playing next.
Charlotte had so much fun playing violin in the band for Ladyship, a new musical by Linda and Laura Good. Ladyship was presented at NYMF 2019 and Charlotte’s playing received rave reviews: “…beautifully backed by Charlotte Morris on violin…” (DC Metro), “Charlotte Morris on violin and Chris Anselmo on guitar were standouts and played beautifully” (Times Square Chronicle).
Once just wasn't enough! Charlotte joined the cast of Once once again, this time in San Antonio, TX. She had a blast reprising the role of Reza with the Public Theatre of San Antonio from April-June 2019.
From September 2018 to April 2019, Charlotte was back on the road with Lonesome Traveler, playing the history of folk music from New York to California to Texas. At various shows, they were joined by Peter Yarrow, Noel Paul Stookey (both of Peter, Paul and Mary) and Tom Chapin!
Charlotte had so much fun recording songs for the soundtrack of the children’s musical Pip’s Island, which is currently running in New York. You can hear Charlotte rock out on ‘Bubble Up’, ‘Lift It Up’ and ‘Gonna Be a Hero After All’. More info coming soon on where to listen!
Charlotte could not have asked for a better way to kickstart her venture into the music industry. On September 29th, Charlotte performed her first solo NYC concert of all original music at Feinstein's/54 Below. This concert capped her 2018 Project, To New York, with love* and included songs from her recent EP* as well as songs written over the last 10 years. Photos and video coming soon!
*For more information on the full To New York, with love project as well as Charlotte’s EP, see June and January 2018 News.
Charlotte had so much fun back home in Philadelphia performing in Behold Her as a part of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Charlotte took up her many instruments to play Miriam, the on-stage actor/musician in this beautiful piece about Jewish women and beauty. The show ran at The National Museum of American Jewish History. Read the rave reviews!
Thank you to everyone who joined Charlotte at the Camden Waterfront on Saturday, September 15th for the Delaware River Festival. Charlotte performed a mix of original music and covers and even snuck her music into the back of a 6ABC new segment! Pictures and videos coming soon. View Charlotte’s music website below for more upcoming performances.
Finally back in NYC, Charlotte had such a blast performing at New World Stages on August 15th in Adulting: a stumble through life's freshman year. Alongside a number of her Northwestern friends, Charlotte sang about the ups and downs of her first year out of college. Charlotte performed an original piece, 'City That Never Sleeps' off her recent EP, To New York, with love. Video coming soon!
JUNE 1, 2018 - Charlotte's debut EP, 'To New York, with love' is now available for streaming and purchase! The 5-track EP, described as 'feel good/inspirational' (Caesar Live n Loud), is 'just the beginning of the rise of Charlotte Morris' (Keep Walking Music).
JUNE 15, 2018 - You can also now watch the official music video for City That Never Sleeps, the second track off of the EP.
Charlotte had an amazing time playing Reza in Once at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland, OR! Critics said of the production: "It's funny. It's moving. It's natural and utterly real." and that "once may not be enough". Read what they're saying about Charlotte! The production ran April 26th - July 1, with numerous added performances due to such a high demand. It was a beautiful 3 months in Oregon, but now it's back to NYC!
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