Drew is a recipient of the Hangar Directing Fellowship through the Drama League Directors Project Full Article: https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/The-Drama-League-Reveals-Recipients-of-2016-Directors-Project-Fellowships-20160425
Desert Local News Reviews THE CHOSEN
“Drew Feldman as young Reuven, a mathematics whiz, may be a young actor (23) but his performance speaks volumes for his interpretation of a loyal but conflicted friend when “the rubber meets the road” and it comes time to honoring one’s parental advice versus friendship. It’s a sensitive and compelling performance.” Desert Local News Review
BroadwayWorld Reviews THE CHOSEN
“The talented cast members and the show’s director (Ron Celona, CVRep’s artistic chief) all resist the temptation to turn the characters into ethnic caricatures or players in a melodrama. The director and actors perfectly capture the facial expressions and speech of men, young and old, coping with the trauma in their individual lives at the...
Casey O’Lear reviews ‘MUCH ADO’
From Casey O’Lear from SCREAMfmLondon: “It was the most interesting reinterpretation of “Much Ado About Nothing” I’ve ever seen.” “It becomes clear that UnMasqued’s “Much Ado About Nothing” is not just a play and not just a concert. It becomes a much more immersive experience as cast members climb through the audience, pulling people up to...
BusyBeth reviews unMasqued’s ‘MUCH ADO’
From Beth Fisher at BusyBeth’s Blog: “… the performers’ full utilization of the room and audience engagement, imparts a feeling of energetic guerilla theater for a head-bobbing, toe-tapping good time. The large, vibrant cast works and plays well together, and it’s easy to see the great potential in this fledgling company.” Full Review Here
Broadway World’s opening night photo coverage of ‘Gross Indecency’
On May 30, Drew Feldman appeared in the NYC revival of Gross Indecency: The The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde as part of GayFestNYC, the country’s premiere producer of new LGBT-themed plays. Click below for Broadway World’s coverage of opening night: http://broadwayworld.com/article/Photo-Coverage-Inside-Opening-Night-of-Gayfests-GROSS-INDECENCY-20130603 Also on Broadway World: http://broadwayworld.com/people/Drew-Feldman/
Biloxi Blues @ The City Sentinel
Neil Simon’s story, in CityRep/OCU presentation, combines drama, comedy, sentiment By Patrick B. McGuigan Senior Editor The secretive musings of Eugene Morris Jerome, where he pours out unedited commentary on the humor and horror of life in U.S. Army boot camp in the swamplands of Mississippi, circa spring 1945, form the heart of Neil Simon’s...