Giving Back - "Songs for St. Jude" Charity Cabaret
Joining other young talent from Broadway, London's West End, Netflix, The Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, ABC, & NBC, Charlie performed in this featured event to benefit St Jude Children's Research Hospital, a medical facility dedicated to helping children with catastrophic diseases.
Featured In BatteryPOP's New Web Series
Kids are "popping it" for batteryPOP's new web series "Square Off"! Featuring a panel of expert kids, including Charlie Kersh, trying to guess how kids in New York City will answer a host of multiple choice questions.
"Star Of The Show" On BatteryPOP
"Join Charlie as she TOTALLY freaks out about those things she's crazy about! Like Rey from Star Wars, The Rubik's Cube, Minecraft, and even BROCCOLI!"
Theatre Review: 'Matilda The Musical' Is Dark And Fun...
"A supporting cast of uber-talented children perform with gusto, especially “The Chokey Chant,” “Revolting Children” and “When I Grow Up.” Standouts are Charlie Kersh’s Lavender, Matilda’s BFF, and Ryan Christopher Dever’s Bruce, the chubby kid forced to eat a whole chocolate cake."
Review: Matilda The Musical At Kansas City Starlight Theatre
"Standout characters for me (besides Matilda) included Mr. and Mrs. Wormwood (Matilda's parents, played by Brandon McGibbon and Darcy Stewart), Lavender (Charlie Kersh), the Doctor (Justin Packard - hilarious and loved his vocals), and Bruce (Ryan Christopher Dever)."
Review: Creative 'Matilda' Is Witty And Darkly Engaging
"And that's when the fun really begins: Matilda and her classmates (including the perky Charlie Kersh as her best friend, Lavender) find darkly funny and devious ways to sabotage the adults who are hindering their potential."
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Review: 'Matilda The Musical' Shows It's Never Too Late...
"It would be a shame not to mention the performances of other children, including an endearing turn by Charlie Kersh as Matilda's friend, Lavender..."
"In particular, the roles of Bruce, Lavender, Nigel, and Amanda (at this performance Evan Gray, Charlie Kersh, Cal Alexander, and Kayla Vinueza-Amistad respectively) are worth mentioning for their precocious and excitable outlook and extremely humorous one-liners, particularly Kersh’s lines about the newt and Gray’s entire scene that leads into the song “Bruce.”"