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Jennifer Perry

Jennifer Perry

Jennifer Perry is the Senior Contributing Editor for BroadwayWorld.Com's DC page.  She has been a DC resident since 2001 having moved from Upstate New York to attend graduate school at American University's School of International Service. When not attending countless theatre, concert, and cabaret performances in the area and in New York, she works for the US Government as an analyst. Jennifer previously covered the DC performing arts scene for Maryland Theatre Guide, DC Metro Theater Arts, and DC Theatre Scene.

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BWW Reviews: Adventure's Premiere of TINY TIM'S CHRISTMAS CAROL DelightsBWW Reviews: Adventure's Premiere of TINY TIM'S CHRISTMAS CAROL Delights
Posted: Nov. 17, 2014


BWW Reviews: Faith Prince Charms Kennedy Center Audience in Solo CabaretBWW Reviews: Faith Prince Charms Kennedy Center Audience
Posted: Nov. 3, 2014


BWW Reviews: Washington Stage Guild Goes Contemporary With Symbolism-Filled PENBWW Reviews: Washington Stage Guild Goes Contemporary with PEN
Posted: Nov. 3, 2014


BWW Reviews: Arena Stage's OUR WAR - Nothing if Not AmbitiousBWW Reviews: Arena Stage's OUR WAR - Nothing if Not Ambitious
Posted: Oct. 27, 2014


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Interviews: Mitch Grassi from PENTATONIX Discusses Upcoming Tour, How the Music Comes Together, and MoreBWW Interviews: Mitch Grassi from PENTATONIX Discusses Upcoming Tour, How the Music Comes Together, and More
Posted: Jan. 7, 2014


BWW Reviews: Michael W. Smith Shines at Kennedy Center Concert DebutBWW Reviews: Michael W. Smith Shines at Kennedy Center Concert Debut
Posted: Jan. 27, 2014


BWW Reviews: Ahrens and Flaherty's LITTLE DANCER Is One to Remember at Kennedy CenterBWW Reviews: Ahrens and Flaherty's LITTLE DANCER Is One to Remember at Kennedy Center
November 21, 2014

Inspired by Edgar Degas' famous sculpture of a 14 year-old dancer, 'Little Dancer' is one of those kinds of musicals that you don't see much anymore. It's also the kind of musical that we desperately need on Broadway today.
BWW Reviews: Adventure's Premiere of TINY TIM'S CHRISTMAS CAROL DelightsBWW Reviews: Adventure's Premiere of TINY TIM'S CHRISTMAS CAROL Delights
November 17, 2014

A pure delight! Ah, the Christmas season is upon us! For the theater and ballet-going public, that means numerous productions of Dickens' A Christmas Carol and probably more than a few Nutcracker offerings to choose from. It can get a bit much, admittedly. At Adventure Theatre MTC, in one single production, one can get the traditional mixed with the new. To that end, its world premiere production of Tiny Tim's Christmas Carol stands out from many of the rest even on paper. Adapted from the Charles Dickens classic by Tony Award-winning playwright Ken Ludwig and his son, Jack Ludwig, and directed by one of DC's finest, Jerry Whiddon, this show is a pure delight - and not just for kids.
BWW Reviews: Faith Prince Charms Kennedy Center Audience in Solo CabaretBWW Reviews: Faith Prince Charms Kennedy Center Audience in Solo Cabaret
November 3, 2014

Polished and engaging, this cabaret proved one to remember.
BWW Reviews: Washington Stage Guild Goes Contemporary With Symbolism-Filled PENBWW Reviews: Washington Stage Guild Goes Contemporary With Symbolism-Filled PEN
November 3, 2014

A little quirky, sure....but one to certainly check out.
BWW Reviews: Arena Stage's OUR WAR - Nothing if Not AmbitiousBWW Reviews: Arena Stage's OUR WAR - Nothing if Not Ambitious
October 27, 2014

It's not an easy one, but there are ample chances to not only marvel at the work it took to put it together, but the ambition of the actors and creative team.
BWW Reviews: Strong Acting of Timely Script Makes SEX WITH STRANGERS One to See at SignatureBWW Reviews: Strong Acting of Timely Script Makes SEX WITH STRANGERS One to See at Signature
October 20, 2014

The strong acting and the timely, provocative, and challenging script are likely reason enough to give this production a chance.
BWW Reviews:  Ford's Theatre Production of DRIVING MISS DAISY is Anything But TiredBWW Reviews: Ford's Theatre Production of DRIVING MISS DAISY is Anything But Tired
October 1, 2014

Turns out, the decision Ford's Theatre Society made to present this award-winning work might not have only been a good idea in theory, but also in execution.
BWW Reviews:  Woolly Mammoth Puts Unique, Disturbing Spin on MARIE ANTOINETTEBWW Reviews: Woolly Mammoth Puts Unique, Disturbing Spin on MARIE ANTOINETTE
September 22, 2014

We've all heard of the plight of Marie Antoinette, but those that make a visit to Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company throughout the next few weeks can perhaps see it in a slightly different light. And that's a good thing.
BWW Reviews: THE SHOPLIFTERS Offers Laughs, Chance to Ponder at Arena StageBWW Reviews: THE SHOPLIFTERS Offers Laughs, Chance to Ponder at Arena Stage
September 21, 2014

'The Shoplifters' is a perfect way to start the 65th Season at Arena Stage off right!
BWW Reviews:  Alliance for New Music-Theatre Takes on Kafka's Iconic METAMORPHOSISBWW Reviews: Alliance for New Music-Theatre Takes on Kafka's Iconic METAMORPHOSIS
September 15, 2014

As a world premiere, there are pieces from which to build.
BWW Reviews: SPARK Shows Promise at Theater AllianceBWW Reviews: SPARK Shows Promise at Theater Alliance
September 9, 2014

'Spark' doesn't ignite, but it doesn't fizzle either.
BWW Interviews:  Susan Galbraith Talks Upcoming Unique Production Of KAFKA'S METAMORPHOSISBWW Interviews: Susan Galbraith Talks Upcoming Unique Production Of KAFKA'S METAMORPHOSIS
September 7, 2014

Susan Galbraith, director and adapter of the upcoming Alliance for New-Music Theatre production of 'Kafka's Metamorphosis,' shares a little bit about an exciting new look at an iconic story.
BWW Reviews: Holocaust Drama UNIFORM Plays Capital FringeBWW Reviews: Holocaust Drama UNIFORM Plays Capital Fringe
July 27, 2014

Good effort, but we're not quite there.
BWW Reviews:  Personal Storytelling is Front and Center with SELF PORTRAIT at Capital FringeBWW Reviews: Personal Storytelling is Front and Center with SELF PORTRAIT at Capital Fringe
July 24, 2014

There's good to be found within this deeply personal solo performance.
BWW Reviews: Forum Offers Must-See Theatre with GIDION'S KNOTBWW Reviews: Forum Offers Must-See Theatre with GIDION'S KNOT
July 22, 2014

A powerful production of a powerful play.
BWW Reviews: THE PROGRAM ASSISTANT at Capital Fringe Explores Post-Grad Life in DCBWW Reviews: THE PROGRAM ASSISTANT at Capital Fringe Explores Post-Grad Life in DC
July 21, 2014

A seed of a good idea doesn't always make for a compelling script or an interesting production.
BWW Reviews:  TAME. Offers Stirring Drama at Capital FringeBWW Reviews: TAME. Offers Stirring Drama at Capital Fringe
July 21, 2014

'TAME.' is one of those plays in this year's Capital Fringe Festival that's a bit of a rarity among all of the zany offerings. It's something new, something inspired by the classics, something that offers a rich story, and something that's very well-acted. It actually turned out to be one of the offerings this year that I enjoyed the most.
BWW Reviews: Female Solo Artists Play the Capital Fringe  MEDEA'S GOT SOME ISSUES and MANDARIN ORANGEBWW Reviews: Female Solo Artists Play the Capital Fringe MEDEA'S GOT SOME ISSUES and MANDARIN ORANGE
July 20, 2014

Both excel largely due to the strength of the performer.
BWW Reviews: Surveillance Methods Exposed in INTERROGATION at Capital FringeBWW Reviews: Surveillance Methods Exposed in INTERROGATION at Capital Fringe
July 20, 2014

Props for creativity, but sometimes experiments work and sometimes they, well, don't.
BWW Reviews: Sara Bareilles Plays to Capacity Crowd at Wolf Trap, Displays Enviable MusicianshipBWW Reviews: Sara Bareilles Plays to Capacity Crowd at Wolf Trap, Displays Enviable Musicianship
July 15, 2014

Simply sensational is but one way to describe Ms. Bareilles.