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Marcela DunhamPublic Relations & Adult Programming CoordinatorWarren Twp Library42 Mountain Blvd, Warren, NJ 07059908-754-5554 ext 64  I am in charge of coordinating programs for adults at the Warren Twp Library in Somerset County. I have an extremely busy programming schedule with over 150 free programs every year.The Traveling Literary Theater have presented most of their programs at our library, always to a full house and critical acclaim. They are a group of talented performers and all their events are extremely successful. Last year, I offered the WWII play as part of our Veterans' Day celebrations. There were a few veterans of WWII in the audience and they were moved by the performance and thanked me profusely for bringing this play to the library. Maggie Worsdale is not only a consummate performer, but also a very organized and professional manager of the group. She has also been at our library for her own show of Broadway songs, one of the best concerts I had the pleasure to host. She has an exquisite voice, great stage presence and a fabulous sense of humor! She'll be back at Warren Twp for two more programs before the end of the year.I cannot recommend Maggie and the troupe highly enough.If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.Sincerely, Marcela Dunham” - Marcela Dunham
I would like to thank you and your troupe for another engaging performance for the Holmdel library. With an attendance of over 50 people and nary a word spoken during the 2 story readings, it is a confirmed success! All enjoyed this spooky story program as they did in December for the reading of a Christmas Carol. We look forward to another great evening soon!   Karen Nealis Head Librarian” - Karen Nealis
Maggie, thank you so much. I just think you and Tom and your band of merrymakers are the most talented group of people!” - Lori-Ann Quinn Director Waldwick Public Library
Our patrons loved the back and forth between the emotional letters and the songs performed beautifully by Maggie Worsdale. After the performance, the patrons couldn’t stop talking about how this program was a great way to honor the memories brought up through words and music."- Librarian, Twp. of Washington Library” - Laura Rifkin, MLS Library Director Township of Washington Library
Hello, My husband and I were at the 1:00 p.m. showing of "A Meeting of the Macabre" on Saturday, October 26th, and we loved it! It just was not long enough. We wanted to hear more. Without distracting theatrics, actors Tom Worsdale and James Dyne brought the words of Edgar Allan Poe and Bram Stoker to life. Listening to the beautiful language that these writers used, opened our imaginations giving  us a refreshing theater experience. Today it seems we have to be bombarded with so much stimuli to be entertained. Thank you Traveling Literary Theatre, for giving us a memorable look into the lives and words of Poe and Stoker. Please keep us on your email list to let us know of upcoming performances. Thank you. Melissa and James Haskell”

— A Meeting Of The Macabre - October 26, 2019