Press for Past Performances

The Who’s Tommy

Russell Harvard (Tommy) and Will Hayes (Narrator (Voice of Tommy))Tru Biz Entertainment Video Segment Featuring Russell Harvard and OCT by Reporter Karla Gutierrez (ASL, captions and voiceover) – September 8, 2016

Washington Post (profile/interview re: New Staging of “Tommy”) – October 14, 2016

Playbill – October 17, 2016

DC Theatre Scene (Russell Harvard profile/interview) – October 28, 2016

DC Metro Theater Arts (review) – October 29, 2016

DC Theatre Scene (review) – October 31, 2016

Washington Post (review) – October 31, 2016

theatreWashington (Take Ten: Russell Harvard) – November 1, 2016

TheatreBloom (review) – November 3, 2016

BroadwayWorld.com – DC (review) – November 14, 2016

Washington Blade (op-ed) – November 17, 2016

DC Metro Theater Arts (Best of 2016 List) – December 29, 2016

Tommy News Releases

News Release Announcing The Who’s Tommy – July 28, 2016

News Release Announcing the Casting of Broadway, Film, and TV Star Russell Harvard in The Who’s Tommy – September 6, 2016

News Release Announcing the Return of Monica Lijewski to the Musical Theatre Stage in The Who’s Tommy – September 12, 2016

News Release Announcing Cast of The Who’s Tommy – September 20, 2016

News Release Announcing Indiegogo Campaign – October 6, 2016

News Release – SAVE THE DATE and RSVP for The Who’s Tommy on Press Night – October 7, 2016


Story Theatre

Story Theatre Photo
Press Release for Story Theatre

Washington Post on Story Theatre

DC Theatre Scene on Story Theatre

Potomac Stages on Story Theatre

DC Examiner on Story Theatre

DCist on Story Theatre

Express Night Out on Story Theatre


Songs for a New World

Songs for a New World Photo
Press Release for Songs for a New World

Washington City Paper Review of Songs for a New World

Washington Post  (second part of article)

Washington City Paper

Washington Post Review

Washington Times Review of Songs for a New World

DCist on Songs for a New World

Potomac Stages on Songs for a New World

All Arts Review 4 U on Songs for a New World

DC Theatre Scene Interview

DC Theatre Scene Interviews composer Jason Robert Brown

Gazette.net on Songs for a New World


Reviews of Evita:

Evita Photo

Press Release for Evita

Washington Post on Evita

Washington Times on Evita

Maryland Gazette on Evita

DCist on Evita

Potomac Stages on Evita

Washington City Paper on Evita

Audio:

WAMU Metro Connection on Evita

WETA Out & About on Evita


Reviews of Low Level Panic:

Low Level Panic Photo
Press Release for Low Level Panic

DC Theatre Reviews on Low Level Panic

Washington City Paper on Low Level Panic

Washington Post on Low Level Panic

Curtain Up on Low Level Panic

Potomac Stages on Low Level Panic


Reviews of The Caucasian Chalk Circle:

The Caucasian Chalk Circle Photo
Press release for The Caucasian Chalk Circle

Washington Post on The Caucasian Chalk Circle

Washington City Paper on The Caucasian Chalk Circle

Metro Weekly on The Caucasian Chalk Circle

Washington Blade on The Caucasian Chalk Circle

Potomac Stages on The Caucasian Chalk Circle


Reviews of Jesus Christ Superstar:

Jesus Christ Superstar Photo
Press release for Jesus Christ Superstar
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Press release for Jesus Christ Superstar

Potomac Stages on Jesus Christ Superstar

Washington City Paper on Jesus Christ Superstar


Excerpts from Previous Reviews

“[Suzanne Richard’s performance was executed] with Stunning intensity. Watching Richard…it becomes clear that an actor with a visible disability is sometimes able to add depth to a role: vulnerability, strength or, in some cases, even a slight edge of discomfort for the audience that heightens the excitement of the performance.”

— The Washington Blade, July 11, 2003

“…the emphasis in every aspect of this production is on abilities and no accommodation need be made by a discriminating audience. This is simply a fine production of an intriguing piece featuring two marvelous performances.”

Potomacstages.com, June 26, 2003

“We’re not casting people because they have disabilities-we’re casting people because they’re professional artists.”

Washington City Paper, June 27, 2003

“As an actress, Suzanne Richard doesn’t consider her disability a handicap.… ‘Disability can enhance a role . it can explore another facet of the character,’ she said.”

“[The] company’s focus ‘doesn’t limit the choice of plays at all,’ she said, ‘because a person with a disability can be anything and be anybody.’

The Washington Post, July 8, 2003

 

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