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.
Whether you feel like having a fun night out or maybe you want to explore your options for life in post-apocalyptic DC,LiveArtDC's latest offering, Noah: Apocalypseis just the thing for you. July 25, 2017
Oliver takes Ginsberg's words and applies an emotional intelligence that resonates with the beleaguered Capital Fringe Festival audience of 2017.BWW Review: WIG OUT! at Studio Theatre July 19, 2017
Unlike in your real life, there is someone onstage able to give voice to your concerns and make you laugh when you feel like you want to cry. The Second City wants you to know you're not alone!BWW Review: MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM at 1st Stage June 12, 2017
HIR is the conscientiousabsurdist's guide to confronting 'the world order.' It'scrazy watchable, like some kind of substantive, impactful, topsy-turvy sitcom. Mac's characters are flamboyant and talk very loud about all the things that our parents told us not to discuss in public.And it's wonderful!BWW Review: OPERA REVIEW: MADAME BUTTERFLY AT THE WASHINGTON NATIONAL OPERA May 9, 2017
Why are some people well and others unwell? Playwright Lisa Kron's Well, asks the hard questions. In this s-called 'multi-character theatrical exploration,' Kron (Adurey Bertaux) is the star in her play-within-a-play chronicling her real-life experiences growing up in Lansing, Michigan in the 1960s.BWW Review: THREE SISTERS AND NO SISTERS at Studio Theatre March 22, 2017
Staged in tandem, playwright and director Aaron Posner's contemporary original No Sisters and Anton Chekhov's modern classic Three Sisters (1901) fuse the classic and the contemporary in a power move that is calculated to attract theatregoers of all persuasions.BWW Review: BROTHER MARIO at Flying V Theatre February 28, 2017
A mash-up between Super Mario and Checkhov's Uncle Vanya, Brother Mario is a weird little play and there is reallyno way around that.InBrother Mario,Flying V Theatre, Playwright Seamus Sullivan, and Director Paul Reismandeftly straddlethe void between fringe and professional theatre.BWW Review: I WANNA FUCKING TEAR YOU APART at Studio Theatre February 7, 2017
Albee's characters are shockingly volatile. They curse, they drink and they revel in inflecting pain. It's funny, heartbreaking and yes, slightly familiar. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? may have debuted in 1962 but the truth it provokes still feels relevant.BWW Review: THE HARD PROBLEM at Studio Theatre January 18, 2017
The Hard Problem is the brainchild of Czechoslovakian-born British playwright Sir Tom Stoppard. Contrary to all scientific intelligence, Hilary clings to the mysterious. In the spirit of the scientific method, the audience must as: but why? As Dramaturg Lauren Halvorsen notes so concisely, the tension between knowledge and mystery pervades the play.