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Contact Local Critics
Jay Irwin |
Born and raised in Seattle, WA, Jay has been a theater geek for years. He attends as many shows as he can around the country and loves taking in new exciting works.
Instituting a new three letter rating system for my reviews for 2014. They'll range from best to worst as WOW (A can’t miss), YAY (Too damn good), MEH+ (Good, with some great things going for it), MEH (Just OK), NAH (You can miss this one) and WTF (I think you can figure out my complex code there).
Jay is also an actor in the local Seattle scene. Follow me on Twitter @SeattleBdwyGeek. . You can also check me out in my web series "The Gamers: The Shadow Menace" available on Amazon Prime.
Kelly Rogers Flynt |
Born and educated in the South, Kelly Rogers Flynt has happily transitioned to life in the Pacific Northwest where she enjoys more rain and fewer mosquitos. She works as a director, choreographer, dramaturg, and dialect coach for youth and community theater in the greater Seattle area. Occasionally she can even be found on the boards at local theaters. She has also previously worked as a theater reviewer for Seattle’s Child. In addition to theater, she enjoys photography, freelance writing, and watching her two thespian teens perform.