* Next Up: Lucy in Jekyll & Hyde, Free Range Humans Theater Company, MD

* Winner (duo with harpist Jacqueline Pollauf), the Montpelier Arts Recital Competition, MD

* Nominated for Broadway World's Best Leading Actress in a Musical for Philadelphia (for The Pirates of Penzance)

* Featured as a "Must-see" Musician in Baltimore STYLE Magazine

In concert with the Columbia Pro Cantare

In concert with the Columbia Pro Cantare


Oct 21 - Nov. 3
Lucy, Jekyll & Hyde, Free Range Humans Theater Company, Frederick, MD

Oct 22-23
Featured mourner, Mourners (short film), NYC

Sept. 21
Guest singer, Gaybill CleoPhatra cabaret, Tavern on Camac, Philadelphia, PA

Sept. 8-15
Saavik, Khan!! A new Star Trek musical, Philadelphia Fringe Festival

July 25
English song recital with Sasha Beresovsky, piano, Winter Harbor, ME

May 19
Soloist, Schubert’s Mass in G, Hunt’s Memorial UMC, Baltimore, MD

May 7-8
Filming, Helena, All’s Well That Ends Well scenes, NYC

May 3-19
Cinderella, Into the Woods, Clear Space Theatre, Rehoboth Beach, DE

April 21
Soloist, Handel Messiah Pt. III selections, Hunt’s Memorial UMC, Baltimore, MD

Mar. 23-24
Magnolia u/s, Show Boat, Broadway Palm/Gulf Coast Symphony, Ft. Myers, FL

Mar. 17
Art and Sacred Song Recital with pianist Peyson Moss, Brevard, NC

Feb. 10
Recording session, French melodie (Hahn) with harpist Jacqueline Pollauf, Baltimore, MD


The Pirates of Penzance, Mauckingbird Theatre Company, PA

The Pirates of Penzance, Mauckingbird Theatre Company, PA

“Laura Whittenberger as Mabel with her polished operatic coloratura possesses the exact voice G & S would have wished for and she does justice to the role in every respect.” Broadway World

"Awesome soprano..."  DC Metro Theater Arts

"...lovely and vocally impressive Mabel..." Philadelphia Magazine

"...a tiny blonde with a huge voice" Broad Street Review

"...stratospheric cadenzas...Whittenberger’s high notes have a beautiful vibrato."  Phindie

“As Johanna, Whittenberger is alluring, exhibiting a lovely soprano voice on ‘Green Finch & Linnet Bird.'”MD Theatre Guide

“displays a wealth of vocal training… as Johanna.” DC Metro Theater Arts

“…uses her operatic training to advantage as Todd’s long-lost daughter… Whittenberger makes the most of such musical numbers as “Green Finch and Linnet Bird.” Baltimore Sun

“The chemistry…feels authentic…Whittenberger’s
classical voice is both dulcet and delectable. “Green Finch & Linnet Bird” is carried with her rich soprano sound and contains notes of melancholy as well as jubilation.” Theater Bloom

 “… a dream both musically and comically: her voice is rich and nimble… expressive eyes and face…”Portland Phoenix

“possesses a pure, bell-like lyric soprano, which suits the proper heroine” Talkin’ Broadway

“…impressive soprano talent is coupled with some fine understated comedic ability.” Sun Journal

“…as Mabel, Laura Whittenberger seems ideally cast and displays the finest operatic voice heard in recent memory at Toby’s…negotiates coloratura passages with ease and agility.” Baltimore Sun

“An aural enchantress…displays a keen knowledge of performing opera with truth and emotional intent…sublime; the finest female soprano sound to cross the Toby’s stage in many a year.” DC
Metro Theater Arts

“…securely soars in such musical numbers as “Poor Wandering One!”…makes the exclamation points in those song titles seem warranted… impressive voice….”Baltimore Sun

“…reaches notes that haven’t even been discovered yet. Her renditions of “Poor Wandering One!” and “Sorry Her Lot” are worth the price of admission alone.” OUTspoken

“…exquisite… nothing is synthetic…makes all the runs, vocal trills, and high notes seem easy and therefore, all the more impressive…great vocal clarity and conviction. ” MD Theatre Guide

“…adds an irresistible element to what already was well-nigh irresistible.” BroadwayWorld

“Sorry Her Lot”…is the evening’s musical and emotional highlight. Whittenberger’s voice stands out. She has exactly the coloratura soprano chops needed for “Poor Wandering One,” which she executes spectacularly well… She brings welcome decisiveness to her character…” DC Theatre Scene