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Morgan Musselman

Morgan Musselman

Morgan Musselman is a writer/reader living in Washington, DC. After receiving her B.A. in English Literature from the University of Iowa, Morgan moved to DC and began working at a local nonprofit. In her free time, Morgan can be found at any number of coffee shops around DC, desperately trying to clear up space on her to-be-read shelf… or at a bookstore, undoing all her progress. As a long-time theater adorer, Morgan is thrilled to be a part of Broadway World’s team.

 




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Review: AMERICAN PROPHET: FREDERICK DOUGLASS IN HIS OWN WORDS Premieres at Arena Stage
July 30, 2022

A provocative and inspiring new musical, AMERICAN PROPHET: FREDERICK DOUGLASS IN HIS OWN WORDS, premieres at Arena Stage now through August 28th.

Review: RED VELVET Captivates on Opening Night at Shakespeare Theatre Company
June 25, 2022

The Shakespeare Theatre Company wraps up its 2021/2022 season with a brilliant production of Red Velvet, directed by Jade King Carroll, playing now at the Michael R. Klein Theatre through July 17, 2022.

BWW Review: THERE'S ALWAYS THE HUDSON Premieres to Standing Ovation at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
May 16, 2022

The premiere of THERE’S ALWAYS THE HUDSON, on stage now at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, has been a long time coming. Don’t miss this hilarious and heart-wrenching story of trauma, revenge, and friendship.

BWW Review: BEASTGIRL Holds Audiences Spellbound at the Kennedy Center's Studio K
April 12, 2022

BEASTGIRL, a captivating new musical centered around three first-generation Dominican-American sisters, begins its world premiere at the Kennedy Center’s Studio K this month. Don’t miss your chance to see it.

BWW Review: MRS. WARREN'S PROFESSION Provokes and Delights at Washington Stage Guild
March 7, 2022

Appearing at the Washington Stage Guild again, thirty-one years after the company first produced it, MRS. WARRENS PROFESSION is a witty, biting, and poignant story that remains as relevant today as when it was first penned by George Bernard Shaw in 1893.

BWW Review: AIN'T TOO PROUD - THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE TEMPTATIONS Dazzles and Delights at The Kennedy Center
January 1, 2022

Returning to the Kennedy Center with well-deserved acclaim and a Tony Award for Best Choreography in hand, the jukebox musical Ain’t Too Proud is a tender and captivating tale of brotherhood that recounts the The Temptations decades-long struggle with fame amid personal conflict, socio-political strife, and the pressures of the music industry.

BWW Review: THE REALISTIC JONESES at Spooky Action Theater
October 18, 2021

Returning to Spooky Action Theater to kick off their 2021 Reopening Season after its original run was cut short in March 2020, The Realistic Joneses is a touching and humorous examination of human mortality and the curious ways we can find hope--or, at the very least, a little bit of comfort--in one another.

BWW Review: THE AMEN CORNER at Shakespeare Theater Company Returns with Fervor to Sidney Harman Hall
September 18, 2021

Returning to Shakespeare Theatre Company for a limited pre-season engagement after its original run was cut short in March 2020, Whitney White’s stunning production of James Baldwin’s The Amen Corner offers a resounding “welcome home” to theater lovers set hopelessly adrift over the past eighteen months.