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. Currently, she is an analyst for a media company.
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
In Synetic Theater's Hansel and Gretel, based loosely on Grimm's fairytale version, Hansel (Justin J. Bell) and Gretel (Sharisse Taylor) go from being in the mall with their distracted babysitter (Raven Wilkes) to being in a mysterious wonderland with no mall or babysitter to be found. While Synetic's production is less dark than Grimm's, it is just as entertaining for children and adults alike.BWW Review: DOCTOR FAUSTUS is Devilishly Good at the Lab Studio Theatre October 29, 2017
Something is clearly rotten in the state of the DFL and perhaps America itself. Whipping, or the Football Hamlet, written, directed, and choreographed by Kathleen Akerley, is entertaining and humorous as it is stirring and thought-provoking.BWW Review: WONDERLAND Rocks at Imagination Stage June 26, 2017
NextStop Theatre's production of Urinetown is a musical that is certainly worth the wait in lineeven if you have to hold your bladder. April 30, 2017
'Have a hanky ready!' Alan Cumming exclaimed at the beginning of what evolves into an emotional, entertaining, and engaging evening of cabaret. In the first show of the Renee Flemming VOICES Series at the Kennedy Center, Mr. Cumming, known for his role as the Emcee in Cabaret and Eli Gold in The Good Wife, took down the veil of his characters that separates him from his audience and dove deep into his own personal life.BWW Review: MNEMONIC Leaves a Deep Impression at Anacostia Playhouse March 21, 2017
Set during an air raid in London during World War II, Aquila Theatre's production follows radio actors from BBC who find themselves with an incomplete cast. Through quick thinking, they decide to continue despite the air raid. After all, the show must go onwith or without Poirot.BWW Review: BROADWAY BOUND Transmits Family Drama and More at 1st Stage November 15, 2016