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Elizabeth Seablom

Elizabeth Seablom

Elizabeth Seablom is a senior Musical Theatre major at the Catholic University of America.  She is a DC native, and is extremely excited to be writing about theatre in her hometown! Besides acting, singing, and dancing she enjoys going to see theatre, writing, going to Caps games and cheerleading for The Catholic University of America’s cheerleading team.  She looks forward to seeing and writing about some great shows in one of her favorite cities!   




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BWW Review: ANIMAL WISDOM at WOOLLY MAMMOTH PhotoBWW Review: ANIMAL WISDOM at WOOLLY MAMMOTH
Posted: May. 22, 2021


BWW Review: RONALD K BROWN/EVIDENCE at The Kennedy Center PhotoBWW Review: RONALD K BROWN/EVIDENCE at The Kennedy Center
Posted: Oct. 22, 2021


BWW Review: SEASICK at The REACH at Kennedy Center PhotoBWW Review: SEASICK at The REACH at Kennedy Center
Posted: Mar. 26, 2022


BWW Review: SEASICK at The REACH at Kennedy Center
March 26, 2022

Climate change and theatre..unlikely? Absolutely. Effective? Absolutely. This week I had the privilege of attending the US premiere of Alanna Mitchell's adaptation of a book she wrote titled Seasick. The performance was held in the REACH tent at the Kennedy Center and is a prolific piece documenting Mitchell's search for answers about the rising temperatures and acidity in our oceans and what that means for us as a species - pretty heavy stuff.

BWW Review: RONALD K BROWN/EVIDENCE at The Kennedy Center
October 22, 2021

Electric. In one word that is how I would describe Ronald K. Brown's/EVIDENCE's Kennedy C

BWW Review: ANIMAL WISDOM at WOOLLY MAMMOTH
May 22, 2021

While this production can be viewed only as a movie currently, I can't help but feel like we are missing something by not being gathered in the same room as Christian for this production.

BWW Review: HINDSIGHT IS at Roundhouse Theatre
April 20, 2021

Hindsight is explores exactly that, what we would have done differently, what we would have told our 2019 selves, and what we should celebrate about how we've pushed through the dumpster fire that was 2020.

BWW Review: HERE'S THE DEAL at Signature Theatre
March 3, 2021

An exploration into the parallels between the Great Depression and the COVID 19 pandemic

BWW Review: EINSTEIN'S WIFE at ExPats Theatre
March 10, 2020


BWW Review: HEAD OVER HEELS at Monumental Theatre Company
March 8, 2020


BWW Review: CROWNS at Creative Cauldron
February 19, 2020

Regina Taylor's Crowns is the story of a young teen from Brooklyn sent to live with her grandmother after the traumatic death of her brother. The more time she spends in South Carolina, the more she learns about herself, her ancestors, and the beautiful art of hat-wearing. Crowns not only draws from old southern traditions within black churches but of generations long before them, passed down through beautiful hymnals and energetic storytelling.