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Reviews

Song For The Disappeared (Passage Theatre Company, NJ): 

Ms. Dow [...] is touching as the pathetically desperate-to-please Mila.
— Michael Sommers, New York Times
Ms. Dow imbues Mila with a complexity and mystery behind her “trophy-wife” exterior, however, which is not to be underestimated.
— Sarah Vander Schaaff, Broadway World
Dow is terrific...
— Simon Saltzman, CurtainUp
Ms. Dow’s Mila is hilarious, with her rapid-fire chatter and her mangled idioms.
— Bob Brown, The Princeton Packet
From left: Viva Font, Christina Nieves, Annie Dow, Felipe Gorostiza, and Thomas Nieto. Photo Credit: Michael Goldstein. 

From left: Viva Font, Christina Nieves, Annie Dow, Felipe Gorostiza, and Thomas Nieto. Photo Credit: Michael Goldstein. 

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.
— Rachel Beecher, DC Metro Theater Arts

Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare Theatre Company, DC): 

Claudio (Joseph Midyett) and Hero (Annie Dow) [...] earn their due praise in the second act.
— Peter Freeman, DC Outlook
From left: Joseph Midyett, Annie Dow, Lawrence Redmond, and Tony Plana. Photo Credit: Teresa Wood.

From left: Joseph Midyett, Annie Dow, Lawrence Redmond, and Tony Plana. Photo Credit: Teresa Wood.

Cast Announcements and Other press

  • Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare Theatre Company, DC) Cast Announcement [BroadwayWorld, 07/01/13]
  • Petrified Staged Reading (CAP21) Cast Announcement [Playbill, 05/15/14]
  • Othello (Kinetic Theatre Company) Cast Announcement [Broadway World, 06/20/13]
  • Song For The Disappeared (Passage Theatre Company, NJ) Cast Announcement [Broadway World, 10/11/15]
  • Song For The Disappeared (Passage Theatre Company, NJ)  Feature Article [NJ.com, 10/07/15]
  • "7 Reasons To Take A Class With Dustin Hoffman" Interview [Backstage 10/15/15]
  • Song For the Disappeared (Passage Theatre Company, NJ) Best of Philadelphia 2015 Honors [DCMetroTheaterArea 12/30/15]