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Jenny Minich

Jennifer Minich is a DC native and a trained classical vocalist who has performed and worked throughout the DC Metro area. She has an MSc in Museum Studies from the University of Glasgow and a BA in Vocal Performance and Art & Archaeology from Hood College in Frederick, MD. Although she no longer performs, she is happy to have found a way to contribute to the DC performing arts scene.




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BWW Review: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS at Constellation Theatre Company PhotoBWW Review: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS at Constellation Theatre Company
Posted: Oct. 23, 2019


BWW Review: THE MAGIC FLUTE at Washington National Opera PhotoBWW Review: THE MAGIC FLUTE at Washington National Opera
Posted: Nov. 5, 2019


BWW Review: PIPELINE at STUDIO THEATRE PhotoBWW Review: PIPELINE at STUDIO THEATRE
Posted: Jan. 21, 2020


BWW Review: ORDINARY DAYS at NextStop Theatre Company PhotoBWW Review: ORDINARY DAYS at NextStop Theatre Company
Posted: Feb. 25, 2020


BWW Review: PASS OVER at STUDIO THEATRE PhotoBWW Review: PASS OVER at STUDIO THEATRE
Posted: Mar. 11, 2020


BWW Review: PASS OVER at STUDIO THEATRE
March 11, 2020

Captivating with precision dialogue, Pass Over does more for its' audiences' edification in one hour than most playwrights are able to accomplish in two.

BWW Review: ORDINARY DAYS at NextStop Theatre Company
February 25, 2020

If you're looking for an easily-digestible theatre experience featuring a charming and watchable cast of characters, ORDINARY DAYS at NextStop Theatre is just the ticket.

BWW Review: THE ROYALE at 1ST STAGE
February 5, 2020

Playwright Marco Ramirez's The Royale at 1st Stage is a rare and thought-provoking theatre experience.

BWW Review: PIPELINE at STUDIO THEATRE
January 21, 2020

In PIPELINE, playwright and educator Dominique Morisseau's refuses to relegate the Black experience to the realm of impersonal statistics.

BWW Review: THE MAGIC FLUTE at Washington National Opera
November 5, 2019

The magic of the WNO's THE MAGIC FLUTE is that it is captivating for all ages and a tempting proposition for first-timers and opera-buffs alike.

BWW Review: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS at Constellation Theatre Company
October 23, 2019

If you crave a dose of Halloween vibes, Constellation Theatre Company's LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS is just the ticket.

BWW Review: TRYING at 1st Stage
September 24, 2019

In TRYING, Judge Biddle and Sarah do battle with the prejudices that stem from their 56-year age gap.

BWW Review: ADMISSIONS at Studio Theatre
January 21, 2019

ADMISSIONS, with its smart dialogue, dynamic performances, and signature Studio Theatre flare challenges its audience to re-examine the way they think, the things they say, and the actions they take this admissions season. 

BWW Review: THE SECOND CITY'S LOVE, FACTUALLY at The Kennedy Center
December 11, 2018

LOVE, FACTUALLY's myriad storylines travel at the speed of light, leaving its audience dazed and amused.

BWW Review: ANYTHING GOES at Arena Stage
November 15, 2018

Arena Stage's Anything Goes is pitch perfect for a world-weary DC audience.

BWW Review: IN THIS HOPE: A PERICLES PROJECT at The Welders: A Playwrights' Collective
November 13, 2018

In This Hope takes risks, and it is beautiful to watch a performance that is unique to you and your fellow audience members take shape in real time.

BWW Review: SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS at Round House Theatre
September 6, 2018

Initially, it may be harder to know where the action is onstage but no matter where you look on stage, Small Mouth Sounds delivers engaging theatre.

BWW Review: ROMEO & JULIET at Shakespeare Theatre Company
August 24, 2018

Romeo & Juliet at STC is a rare opportunity to take part in a bona fide DC tradition, enjoy a free night out at the theater, and most importantly, connect with Shakespeare.

BWW Review: BAROCOCO BY HAPPENSTANCE THEATER at Capital Fringe Festival
July 16, 2018

In true Fringe style, Happenstance Theater Company's Barococo takes on the inanity and decadence of the Baroque and Rococo.

BWW Review: THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE at Round House Theatre
June 13, 2018

Round House Theatre's The Legend of Georgia McBride will leave you amped-up and ready to take on the outside world.

BWW Review: SWIMMING WITH WHALES at 1st Stage
June 5, 2018

Swimming with Whales is joyful, funny, and surprising in all the ways that life everyday can be.

BWW Review: THE REMAINS at Studio Theatre
May 22, 2018

In The Remains, husband and husband Kevin (Maulik Pancholy) and Theo (Glenn Fitzgerald) throw a dinner party for their family on their 10th wedding anniversary. One of the first gay couples to be married in the US, they are preparing to make a mysterious announcement. Initially, the audience is kept in the dark but it's fairly obvious the 'divorce-bomb' is about to drop. Everyone should know by now that a play about marriage is a play about divorce.

BWW Review: FLY BY NIGHT at 1st Stage
April 17, 2018

Written and composed by Will Connolly, Michael Mitnick, and Kim Rosenstock, Fly By Night is an appealing mish-mash of rock n' roll, opera, and classic music theater. It is an ode to a doomed love affair and a modern-day fairytale.

BWW Review: POTTED POTTER at Shakespeare Theatre Company
April 6, 2018

Potted Potter may in no way resemble the iconic wizarding world of Harry Potter that we know and love, but in their dedication to filling the world with joy they find common ground.

BWW Review: THE WOLVES at Studio Theatre
January 22, 2018

The Wolves boasts an all-female cast and the lack of any male in a play set in the male-dominated world of sports is innovative...Just girls being girls, in whatever way they see fit.



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