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Tavish Young

Tavish Young

Tavish Young is a writer and creative living and working in Maryland. After a childhood in the theatre, Tavish has explored acting, playwriting, set design, and costuming, and has studied the art at Goucher College, where he received his bachelor's degree in both Theatre, and Creative Writing. After graduating he has spent his time writing pop culture pieces for horror publications, and in his free time writes screenplays and poetry. 

 




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Review: ETCHED GLASS DECANTER at Capital Fringe
July 17, 2022

On its last day at Capital Fringe, The Evening Crane Theatre presented Etched Glass Decanter to a sold out audience.

Review: A NUMBER at Capital Fringe
July 17, 2022

Sprawling yet intimate, and altogether quite philosophical, Caryl Churchill's A Number is a piece about guilt, parenting, and individuality. Presented by the Edge of the Universe Players 2 at Capital Fringe, the show left with much to ponder.

Review: POTTED POTTER at Shakespeare Theatre Company
July 1, 2022

In the spacious and comfortable Sidney Harman Hall of the Shakespeare Theatre Company, a group of wizards, muggles, adults, and children sat down to watch Potted Potter (The Unauthorized Harry Experience). The show is a parody of the world-famous Harry Potter novels, and encapsulates all seven in just over an hour.

BWW Review: VISIONARY VOICES at The Kennedy Center
June 8, 2022

What did our critic think of Visionary Voices at The Kennedy Center? On June 7th and 8th, In the comfortable and open atmosphere of the Kennedy Center's Opera House Theater, the New York City Ballet Presented Visionary Voices, showcasing three contemporary choreographers; Jamar Roberts, Sidra Bell, and Justin Peck (respectively). The evening was accompanied by live music from The Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra.

BWW Review: SHOW WAY THE MUSICAL at The Kennedy Center
May 16, 2022

Show Way is a short musical adapted from the children's book of the same name by Jacqueline Woodson. It follows the family of Soonie, a Black woman in America, and the matriarchs that led her family from the time her ancestors were enslaved.

BWW Review: FREESTYLE LOVE SUPREME at The Kennedy Center
May 12, 2022

Freestyle Love Supreme is a unique show that consists of about an hour and a half of improvised hip-hop beats and rapping, with a healthy dose of comedy and banter. Read our critic's review!

BWW Review: THE MAMALOGUES at 1st Stage Theater
April 25, 2022

Earnest, funny, and full of life, Lisa B. Thompson's The Mamalogues is an intimate piece about navigating the world and looking for a fulfilling way of life (and in particular America) as a single Black mother. 

BWW Review: HI, ARE YOU SINGLE? at Woolly Mammoth
March 31, 2022

Hi, Are You Single? is a one-man show that explores intimacy, hypocrisy, sex, and slow dancing with strangers. Written and performed by Ryan J. Haddad, the show exists at the intersection between queerness and living with a disability.

BWW Review: P.NOKIO: A HIP-HOP MUSICAL at Imagination Stage
February 27, 2022

P.Nokio: A Hip-Hop Musical, is a show that deals with family, creativity, and growing up in a crazy world. The musical is an adaption of the classic Pinocchio tale, though instead of puppets and doll-makers, the piece follows P.Nokio, a video game character come to life, and his programmer father, G. Petto.

BWW Review: SAM AND DEDE, OR MY DINNER WITH ANDRE THE GIANT at Washington Stage Guild
January 17, 2022

Sam and Dede is an honest show about a fictionalized truth. It explores the friendship between two famed artists, and their charming shared history.