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Jennifer Perry

Jennifer Perry is a Contributor to, and former Assignment Coordinator 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 performances in the area and in New York, she has your typical DC area job. 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 Interview: JERSEY BOYS' Joseph Leo Bwarie Talks Career and November 15 Album Release Concert in Washington, DC Area
November 12, 2015

The young talent will be sharing his music at one of the newest music venues in the Washington, DC area, AMP by Strathmore. Mr. Bwarie graciously took time out of his busy schedule to answer some questions from BroadwayWorld.Com - Washington, DC about where he's been in his career, how he approaches the creative process, and of course his upcoming concert on Sunday, November 15 in North Bethesda, Maryland.

BWW Feature: Local Favorite Nick Blaemire, Other Up-and-Coming Musical Theatre Composers Featured in Free Concert Series at Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage
November 6, 2015

There's probably nothing more thrilling than to have an opportunity to listen to the works of some of the musical theatre composers that the world might not know - yet, that is. As part of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers' (ASCAP) Musical Theatre Week at the Kennedy Center, local audiences will have such an exciting opportunity - for free!

BWW Review: Signature Offers Up Curious World Premiere With GIRLSTAR
October 27, 2015

All in all, one might chalk this one up as a 'miss,' but it's not a complete miss thanks to the talent involved.

BWW Review: Small Musical Scores Big at Signature with CAKE OFF
October 13, 2015

Much of what transpires onstage on Jason Sherwood's realistic set is quite hilarious, but at the core of this world premiere musical we also have a sweet and charming story that's not so much about man vs. woman in the standard and expected way. It's more than that. And that's a good thing.

BWW Review: Jackie Evancho's Angelic Voice Fills Music Center at Strathmore
October 11, 2015

She has something special, and a vocal ability that exceeds her young age.

BWW Interview: Jackie Evancho Talks Tonight's Concert at Strathmore
October 10, 2015

Fifteen year old classical crossover artist Jackie Evancho - who first drew national attention on America's Got Talent, and has since put out multiple albums and has performed worldwide - will make her Music Center at Strathmore debut tonight, October 10. In advance of the concert, entitled 'Awakening,' Ms. Evancho graciously answered a few questions from BroadwayWorld.Com.

BWW Review: ANIMAL Makes Intriguing Premiere at Studio Theatre
October 6, 2015

Clare Lizzimore's challenging play benefits from the immersive and intimate staging that Director Gaye Taylor Upchurch has conjured up for this inaugural Studio X production, as well as some excellent acting.

BWW Review: Imagination Stage Premieres Beautiful and Enchanting WHEN SHE HAD WINGS
September 28, 2015

Part history lesson, part argument for female empowerment, and part enticing family drama, the compelling and beautifully staged and acted production goes above and beyond your standard theatre for young audiences offering.

BWW Review: Quirky WAGNER, MAX! WAGNER! Premieres at Kennedy Center
September 28, 2015

Surprising and unique is the name of the game here.

BWW Interview: Kevin Kuchar Talks What's In Store For Act Two at Levine, One of DC's Most Unique Educational Theatre Programs
September 25, 2015

As Act Two at Levine's 2015-2016 season gets into full swing, Kevin Kuchar was gracious enough to take time out of his busy schedule to talk about what the cast members in all three Act Two Programs (Pre-Professional, Mainstage, and First Act) will experience this season, and offer some insights on the value of educational theatre through an email-based Q&A with BroadwayWorld.Com.

BWW Review: Dawn Ursula Shines in Theater J's QUEENS GIRL IN THE WORLD
September 22, 2015

I've been watching Ms. Ursula onstage in the DC area for years, and she's never failed to impress, but her performance here is simply at another level. I am glad she had the opportunity, under Eleanor Holdridge's thoughtful direction, to show us all of what she can do - and in a locally grown, thought-provoking, world premiere play at that.

BWW Review: Curious SEULS Makes US Premiere at Kennedy Center
September 21, 2015

Wajdi Mouawad's SEULS is memorable....

BWW Review: Round House Theatre's IRONBOUND Simmers Quietly
September 16, 2015

If I were to describe Martyna Majok's IRONBOUND in but a few words, I would refer to it as follows: "a deceptively simple, thought-provoking, and elegant work of art." This world premiere is Round House Theatre's contribution to Washington, DC's unprecedented Women's Voices Theater Festival, and it's a decidedly unmissable one to be sure.

BWW Reviews: Lesser Known Aspect of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Explored in 'IT'S WHAT WE DO': A PLAY ABOUT THE OCCUPATION
August 2, 2015

This is the kind of theatre piece one does not often see in the Fringe and it's one with some promise.

BWW Reviews: Electric World Premiere of DEAR EVAN HANSEN Shows Promise at Arena Stage
July 31, 2015

I am happy to report that there's a lot to like in this drama with comedic undertones. If it is to have a future – whether in New York or elsewhere – there's a more than solid foundation from which to build.

BWW Reviews: Adventure Theatre MTC's OLIVER! Brings Bit of London to Bethesda
July 28, 2015

The production is not without its challenges, but one has to certainly admire Producing Artistic Director Michael J. Bobbitt's drive to push the theatre to the next level.

BWW Reviews: National Children's Theatre Off to Strong Start with Dahl's THE BFG
July 20, 2015

It's quite easy to root for the success of the National Children's Theatre if this inaugural production is indicative of the kind of work it will bring to our community.

BWW Reviews: JOURNEY OF A BOMBSHELL: THE INA RAY HUTTON STORY Entertains Fringe-Goers
July 19, 2015

I had more fun at this Fringe production than I have at any other in a very long time.

BWW Reviews: THE MOVEMENT – 50 YEARS OF LOVE AND STRUGGLE Offers Dose of Education at Capital Fringe
July 15, 2015

While it addresses a most timely issue and would likely do well on the educational circuit, the production is unfortunately lacking in, well (it must be said)…theatricality.

BWW Reviews: GIRL VERSUS CORINTH Experiences Identity Crisis at Capital Fringe
July 13, 2015

Let's chalk this one up to a work in progress.