Hannah Wing has an extensive background in editing and publishing. She has held positions ranging from editor of a literary magazine to literary agent intern. She has always had a soft spot for theatre and is thrilled to be writing for BroadwayWorld.com as a Contributing Editor.
Rock of Ages, directed by Martha Banta and choreographed by Janet Rothermel, is still as Poison coons 'nothin' but a good time.' The cast of Rock of Ages brings concert level energy to the musical. It's contagious and infectious from glam metal songs to the soft rock ballads.BWW Review: Creative Cauldron's ON AIR at ArtSpace Falls Church May 13, 2019
Under all the pressure of finishing the novel, Myra finds herself having to explain her circumstances to an inquisitive visitor. Quotidian Theatre Company (QTC)'s Ghost-Writer, written by Michael Hollinger and directed by Laura Giannarelli, is a slow-paced, yet unexpected "love" story with a layer of mystery.BWW Review: HANDS ON A HARDBODY is a Cult Classic at Keegan Theatre March 14, 2019
NextStop Theatre's production takes up the meta to another level by casting real-life friends as the actors in the show and allowing them to be co-directors. Most theatre about theatre can easily lose audiences but, NextStop's [title of show] is overall accessible and relatable to a wider audience through its characters and humor.BWW Review: A CIVIL WAR CHRISTMAS: AN AMERICAN MUSICAL at 1st Stage December 4, 2018
Operetta Wonderland: The Magic of Victor Herbert, directed by Brian J. Shaw with musical direction by Carlos C. Rodriguez, showcases Herbert's musicality through a selection of both his popular and lesser-known songs. This production features the rich vocals of Kelly Curtin, Cara Gonzalez, Elise Jenkins, Andrew Adelsberger, Joe Haughton, and Bryan Jackson accompanied by Rodriguez on the piano. While the musical direction is strong, the production's flow and design sometimes distract from the magic of the music.BWW Review: LONG WAY DOWN at the Kennedy Center October 29, 2018
A musical like Priscilla is a big endeavor for any theatre company to take on due to its well-known songs and extravagant costumes. Kensington Arts Theatre's (KAT) production, directed by John Nunemaker, fell short of reaching diva status due to its poor production quality. Despite all of this, KAT manages to pull off an entertaining second half.BWW Review: THE PAVILION isn't Grand at the Hub Theatre April 3, 2018
The Pavilion, directed by Kelsey Mea, is not the high school nostalgia love story that the play's description details. Instead the production takes a strange turn towards an unnecessary exploration of the existential which overpowers the love story between two former high school sweethearts at its center.