Praise for Fade:

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Michael Feingold (The Village Voice:)

“Whether playing crestfallen or exhilarated, frenetic with anxiety or exploding in fury, Dow manages at each moment to take the feeling precisely up to its edge — and stop there. ”

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Jeremy Gerard (Deadline:)

“Dow and Martinez are terrific, his long, slow burn a foil to her staccato chatter and mixed-message body language.”

Jane Dentinger (NY Theatre Guide:)

“Both Annie Dow and Eddie Martinez give fine performances here....Their exchanges have a rapid-fire staccato reminiscent of Rosalind Russell and Cary Grant in “His Gal Friday.”

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Alexis Soloski (NEw York Times:)

“Ms. Dow, who has the trickier role, is intentionally more grating, though she and Mr. Martinez achieve an enjoyable rapport.”

David cote (TimeOut NY:)

“Nice, shaded work. ”

David Finkle (Huffington Post:)

“Dow’s never-ending jitters are great fun to watch!"

Zachary StewarT (Theatermania):

“Dow is eerily authentic as the high-strung writer suffering from self-inflicted stress. She holds her tension in her shoulders and regularly cuts Abel off when she has something to say. The disdain she has for her new job occasionally escapes in the form of a harsh Chicago vowel, which she clings to as if it were a buoy, keeping her from drowning in the ocean of artificiality that is Los Angeles.”


Praise for Song For the Disappeared:

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Michael Sommers (New York Times:)

“Ms. Dow [...] is touching as the pathetically desperate-to-please Mila.”

Simon Saltzman (CurtainUp:)

“Dow is terrific!”

Sarah Vander SchaafF (Broadway World:)

"Ms. Dow imbues Mila with a complexity and mystery behind her “trophy-wife’ exterior.”


Bob Brown (The Princeton Packet:)

"Ms. Dow’s Mila is hilarious, with her rapid-fire chatter and her mangled idioms.”

Rachel Beecher (DC Metro Theater Arts:)

“The clearly isolated member of the family is Leo’s new wife, Mila, played by Annie Dow. Specifically her accent and speech pattern, referenced as a Mexican “hick” by the daughters, performs every deep and complicated layer of the assumed bimbo arm candy. Her ability to create humor in a dark environment and embody the darkness happening behind the scenes of this character is impressive in a difficult text. ”


Praise for Motherfreakinghood:


Zachary Stewart (Theatermania:)

“Dow is quite funny!”


Praise for Much Ado About Nothing:

Peter Freeman (DC Outlook):

“Claudio (Joseph Midyett) and Hero (Ana Isabel Dow) [...] earn their due praise in the second act.””



Acceso Total (Fade Intervew:)

This is one of the interviews I did to promote my work on Tanya Saracho's Fade. Video in Spanish. [3/1/17]

ny1 Noticias escenario (fade Interview:)

Another Fade interview with my co-star, Eddie Martinez. Video in Spanish. [3/6/17]


Elemental podcast (Mourning in America interview:)

I was featured in this episode of Elemental to promote the reading of Morning in America, November 9, 2016 9 AM -- a collection of pieces by over 80 different playwrights in response to the 2016 Elections. My performance of Stephen Brown's piece + a brief interview starts on 00:00:00. [3/12/17]

The Leonard Lopate Show (Fade Interview):

Eddie Martinez and I were on WNYC promoting Fade. Check it out! [2/24/17]

print interviews and photo essays:

  1. "Actress Roundtable: New Plays, Off-Broadway" Interview [The Interval NY 5/4/17]

  2. "A Un Paso de Broadway" (ESPAÑOL) Interview [El Norte, 2/24/17]

  3. "Spend a Two-Show Day with Annie Dow at the Cherry Lane Theatre" Photo Essay [Playbill 2/20/17]

  4. "A Conversation With Annie Dow & Eddie Martinez" Interview [Stage & Candor 2/14/17]

  5. "Introduce Yourself(ie): 10 Questions with Fade Leading Lady, Annie Dow" Interview [Broadway Box 1/23/17]

Cast Announcements:

  1. MOTHERFREAKINGHOOD! Charms NYMF with Mama Drama (NYMF) Article [BroadwayWorld 08/03/17]

  2. Motherfreakinghood! Celebrates Opening Night (NYMF) Article [BroadwayWorld 08/02/17]

  3. Motherfreakinghood Cast Announced! (NYMF) Cast Announcement [Broadwayworld 07/10/17]

  4. Morning In America: November 9th, 9:0O AM (Primary Stages) Benefit Announcement [Village Voice 2/15/17]

  5. Fade (Primary Stages) Opening Night Announcement [Playbill 02/08/17]

  6. Fade (Primary Stages) Cast Announcement [Playbill 12/16/16]

  7. Song For the Disappeared (Passage Theatre Company, NJ) Cast Announcement [Broadway World, 10/11/15]

  8. Petrified Staged Reading (CAP21) Cast Announcement [Playbill, 05/15/14]

  9. Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare Theatre Company, DC) Cast Announcement [ Broadway World, 07/01/13]

  10. Othello (Kinetic Theatre Company) Cast Announcement [Broadway World, 06/20/13]

Awards and Honors:

Song For the Disappeared (Passage Theatre Company, NJ) Best of Philadelphia 2015 Honors [DC Metro Theater Area 12/30/15]