Hannah Menchhoff

Hannah Menchhoff My name is Hannah Menchhoff and I am a communication and theater student at George Mason University. I am the online lifestyle editor for the university's newspaper IV Estate.


MOST POPULAR ARTICLES
LAST 30 DAYS

BWW Review: 'TIS A PITY SHE'S A WHORE Brings Love, Gore and IncestBWW Review: 'TIS A PITY SHE'S A WHORE Brings Love, Gore and Incest
Posted: Apr. 4, 2017


BWW Review: BACK TO METHUSELAH Completes Its JourneyBWW Review: BACK TO METHUSELAH Completes Its Journey
Posted: Mar. 27, 2017


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Review: THE MAGIC MARKSMAN Slightly Off TargetBWW Review: THE MAGIC MARKSMAN Slightly Off Target
Posted: Feb. 6, 2017


BWW Review: BLACKBERRY DAZE at MetroStageBWW Review: BLACKBERRY DAZE at MetroStage
Posted: Sep. 6, 2016


BWW Review: BALLAST at the Source FestivalBWW Review: BALLAST at the Source Festival
Posted: Jun. 18, 2016


BWW Review: TAME. at WSC Avant BardBWW Review: TAME. at WSC Avant Bard
Posted: Nov. 9, 2016


BWW Review: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE at the Kennedy CenterBWW Review: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE at the Kennedy Center
Posted: Jul. 29, 2016


BWW Review: Studio Theater's MOTHERSTRUCK Strikes a ChordBWW Review: Studio Theater's MOTHERSTRUCK Strikes a Chord
Posted: Oct. 2, 2016


BWW Review: 'TIS A PITY SHE'S A WHORE Brings Love, Gore and IncestBWW Review: 'TIS A PITY SHE'S A WHORE Brings Love, Gore and Incest
April 4, 2017

A dark, tragic, comedy creates a surprsing mix

BWW Review: BACK TO METHUSELAH Completes Its JourneyBWW Review: BACK TO METHUSELAH Completes Its Journey
March 27, 2017

BACK TO METHUSELAH: AS FAR AS THOUGHT CAN REACH leads you through a philosophical discussion through some familiar characters.

BWW Review: THE MAGIC MARKSMAN Slightly Off TargetBWW Review: THE MAGIC MARKSMAN Slightly Off Target
February 6, 2017

THE MAGIC MARKSMAN (DER FREISHTZ) at George Mason University and present by Virginia Opera certainly offered a spectacle. Directed by Stephen Lawless, the show's well-crafted sets, designed by Benoit Dugardyn, brought you into the small German-esque town. The lighting, designed by Patricia Collins, was very interesting and truly set the scene. The music composition was absolutely beautiful; it was a great show to simply listen to.

BWW Review: ROE at Arena is Fiery, Funny and HeartbreakingBWW Review: ROE at Arena is Fiery, Funny and Heartbreaking
January 20, 2017

In Washington D.C. we are at the center of political activity. Today we inaugurate the 45th President of the United States and tomorrow thousands are expected to attend the Women's March on Washington. In light of this, the world premiere of ROE at Arena Stage was all the more timely.

BWW Review: TAME. at WSC Avant BardBWW Review: TAME. at WSC Avant Bard
November 9, 2016

A tale of sadness, fear and proving what a shrew can do.

BWW Review: Studio Theater's MOTHERSTRUCK Strikes a ChordBWW Review: Studio Theater's MOTHERSTRUCK Strikes a Chord
October 2, 2016

MOTHERSTRUCK touches audiences with a lot of humor and a bit of sadness.

BWW Review: BLACKBERRY DAZE at MetroStageBWW Review: BLACKBERRY DAZE at MetroStage
September 6, 2016

BLACKBERRY DAZE gives something for audiences to think about. At times light hearted and intense, it discusses issues that resonate today.

BWW Review: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE at the Kennedy CenterBWW Review: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE at the Kennedy Center
July 29, 2016

The Merchant of Venice doesn't trade anything for a fantastic touring show.

BWW Review: PETUNIA AND CHICKEN at Capital FringeBWW Review: PETUNIA AND CHICKEN at Capital Fringe
July 8, 2016

A Fringe must see!

BWW Review: BALLAST at the Source FestivalBWW Review: BALLAST at the Source Festival
June 18, 2016

Ballast looks to both sides of a transition.

BWW Review: TINY PLAYS FOR IRELAND AND AMERICA for the IRELAND 100 FestivalBWW Review: TINY PLAYS FOR IRELAND AND AMERICA for the IRELAND 100 Festival
May 27, 2016

A show with a lot of potential needed more time.

BWW Review: Living life in THE NETHERBWW Review: Living life in THE NETHER
April 11, 2016

THE NETHER is currently at Woolly Mammoth.

BWW Review: WHEN THE RAIN STOPS FALLING at 1st StageBWW Review: WHEN THE RAIN STOPS FALLING at 1st Stage
February 9, 2016


BWW Review: SHAKE LOOSE at MetroStageBWW Review: SHAKE LOOSE at MetroStage
February 2, 2016

It is certainly isn't a bad sign when the two-year old in the front row gets up to dance with the music.

BWW Review: BAD JEWS at Studio TheatreBWW Review: BAD JEWS at Studio Theatre
December 7, 2015

BAD JEWS makes you laugh until you cry and maybe even just cry.

BWW Review: ENTERTAINING MR SLOANE Breaks All the RulesBWW Review: ENTERTAINING MR SLOANE Breaks All the Rules
November 30, 2015

For a play out of the ordinary for when it was written and now, look no further.

BWW Review: DARIUS & TWIG Sprints to the Finish LineBWW Review: DARIUS & TWIG Sprints to the Finish Line
November 2, 2015

DARIUS & TWIG brings societal relevance to younger theater.

BWW Review: MARIKO'S MAGICAL MIX Gets Kids Interested in DanceBWW Review: MARIKO'S MAGICAL MIX Gets Kids Interested in Dance
October 5, 2015

Explore a world of shadows in music in this world premiere.

BWW Review: NO SPRING CHICKEN Delivers the Perfect EggBWW Review: NO SPRING CHICKEN Delivers the Perfect Egg
September 28, 2015

Pregnancy is certainly a woman's issue. Add in fertility treatments and being of 'advanced maternal age' makes pregnancy an odyssey. NO SPRING CHICKEN premiers at NextStop Theater Company as part of the Women's Voices Theater Festival. The one woman show, directed by Sullivan Canaday White and written and starring Ginna Hoben, tells the autobiographical journey of her pregnancy at the age of 40.

BWW Reviews: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM at Synetic TheaterBWW Reviews: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM at Synetic Theater
July 20, 2015




1