Love Letters

Baltimore Center Stage supporters and friends of its executive director, Michael Ross, and Maryland Public Television personality, Rhea Feikin, showed the love at a post-show party for the one-night-only reading of “Love Letters,” performed by the two friends as a fundraiser for the theater.

After enjoying the show in Center Stage’s Head Theater, it was time to gather in the Deering Lounge to fête the evening’s stars.
Pictured (LtoR) Alexander Baer, retired interior designer; Dr. Don Abrams, Sinai Hospital vice president/chief of ophthalmology; and Rhea Feikin, Maryland Public Television on-air host/”Love Letters” actor
Pictured (LtoR) John Waters, Baltimore-based artist/author/filmmaker/performer; Steve Ziger, Ziger|Snead partner/architect; and Michael Ross, Baltimore Center Stage executive director/”Love Letters” actor
Pictured (LtoR) Steve Suser and Sascha Wolhandler, Baltimore-based food innovators; and Curt Decker, National Disability Rights Network executive director
Pictured (LtoR) Gwen Davidson, retired Brown Advisory partner; and Richard Dellheim, US Department of Justice Civil Rights Division deputy chief
Pictured (LtoR) Brandon Hansen, Baltimore Center Stage institutional giving manager; Sabine Decatur, Baltimore Center Stage dramaturgy fellow; Renee Samuels, Middle Grades Partnership communications manager; and Jordan D. Rosenfeld, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr attorney
Pictured (LtoR) Marc Hayes, Baltimore-based mortgage lender; Michael Yerman, Berkshire Hathaway partner; and Randi Benesch, Baltimore Center Stage director of advancement
Pictured (LtoR) Kathy Pugh, retired Maryland Public Television producer; Marlene Rodman, retired Maryland Public Television videographer; and Dennis Flowers, Laureate Education educational media producer
Pictured (LtoR) Suzan Garabedian, retired SunTrust senior vice president/human resources business partner; and Otts Munderloh, retired New York City Broadway theatre soundman
(February 11, 2019 – Baltimore Center Stage)
Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.