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DC METRO THEATER ARTS

March 2022

 

February 2022

 

December 2021

  • What's So Funny About John Oliver?

    • A preview of John Oliver's 2021 performances at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. that doubles as a 2000-word research paper analyzing British humor and Last Week Tonight's journalistic approach to comedy. 

 

July 2021

  • Preview: The Daily Show Writers Stand Up Tour

    • Four Daily Show writers will perform stand-up in Washington D.C. and in doing so offer insight into the varying perspectives that go into creating one of the late-night scene's most successful and informative shows. 

June 2021

  • Preview: Remember This: The Lesson of Jan Karski

    • Preview of David Straithairn's performance at the Shakespeare Theatre Company as WWII resistance fighter Jan Karski. The play is a masterful solo performance about the man who tried to warn the Oval Office of the Holocaust, only to be disbelieved. 

Weekly Humorist

October 2021

The Broadway Beat

April 2022

 

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The SOciety of Professional Journalists (SPJNews

September 2021

September 2020

  • C-SPAN’s Jesse J. Holland: Commentators are journalists, too

    • "​Jesse J. Holland, Saturday host for the C-SPAN Washington Journal, wants young journalists to understand important distinctions within the field of journalism and to be educated consumers of media. Holland explained to EIJ News that multiple categories of work exist under the umbrella of journalism: including reporters, commentators and columnists."

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Inside Higher Education

June 2021

  • Complain: Educatedly

    • ​"When advocating against injustice, one must first put their own adversity, such as discomforts from the pandemic, in perspective, writes student Alexandra Bowman."

The Georgetown Footnote

May 2021

  • T.S. Eliot Told You So

    • "​A year after writing "Cats Can have a (Reluctantly) Positive Review" for The Georgetown Independent, I had the opportunity to read T. S. Eliot’s essay “Tradition and the Individual Talent.” In this essay, Eliot asserts what makes ‘good’ art, describes what the duty of ‘the artist’ is in creating new work, and declares the vital importance of respecting ‘tradition.’ This essay made me realize that Cats the movie failed because it broke its co-creator’s own rules."

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The Georgetown Independent

 

I previously served as the Creative Director and Cover Artist for The Georgetown Independent, the Georgetown University student journal for the arts and culture. I was also a staff writer, reviewing films and television, and commenting on developments in popular culture and film. Cover art I created for "The Indy" can be viewed in my illustration portfolio. 

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