Press

“Watching how quickly Witherow reacts negatively at the will reading and his subsequent attitude following those revelations, it leads one to wonder exactly whether he’s the man of integrity we’ve been made to believe, and he brings out this dynamic very well here.”

Review of Blood Allegiance by OneFilmFan.com

“Witherow presents a solidly executed, smartly written piece of indie film drama in telling a story of family, shattered associations, blatant falsifications, and hidden truths while also surprising us with a potent moral lesson in forgiveness and turning the other cheek.”

Review of Blood Allegiance by OneFilmFan.com

The Closer wins Best Feature Film at the Big Island Film Festival

Hawaii’s Big Island Film Festival Announces 2016 Winners

The Closer premiere featured in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle

http://www.brooklyneagle.com/articles/2016/4/20/brooklyn-based-film-closer-premieres-nyc

On December 12th, 2014, Alex appeared as the featured guest on “Movie Talk Show” discussing his upcoming release The Closer that aired on Brooklyn Public Access TV.

http://movietalkshow.wix.com/movie-talk-show

The cast of Shape featured in Time Out New York Magazine

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“Marshall has a lot of excellent actors in his cast, especially… Alex Witherow, who dons roller skates and keeps the contestants in line.” -Barbara Mackay, Washington Examiner for “Marathon ’33”

http://washingtonexaminer.com/dance-dance-dance…/article/2503634

“Alex Witherow (Mr. James) very appropriately conveys [his] rigid character with polish and flair.” -David Friscic, DC Metro Theater Arts for “Marathon ’33”

http://www.dcmetrotheaterarts.com/2012/07/30/marathon-33-at-the-american-century-theater-by-david-friscic/

“Mr. James (Alex Witherow), like the worst phys-ed teacher in the world skates around, yardstick in hand, enforcing the rules.” -Steve Hallix, DC Theatre Scene for “Marathon ’33”

http://dctheatrescene.com/2012/07/31/marathon-33/

“With a powerhouse of a cast … I can’t say enough about the performances of this great group of actors.” -Joel Markowitz, DC Metro Theater Arts for “Shape”

http://www.dcmetrotheaterarts.com/2012/09/21/shape-at-forcecollison-by-joel-markowitz/

“It is a pleasure and a privilege to see committed, passionate work by a theatrical ensemble…” -Susan Galbraith, DC Theatre Scene for “Shape”

http://dctheatrescene.com/2012/09/25/shape/

“Boy’s Life is a thought-provoking and funny play…OUTSTANDING REVIVAL!” -Alan Miller, A Seat on the Aisle for “Boys’ Life”

http://www.aseatontheaisle.blogspot.com/2015/07/outstanding-revivals-of-boys-life-and.html

“…with a perfect twilight to end a perfect show this limited engagement is the crowning glory of exploratory devised works this season.” -Amanda Gunther, DC Metro Theater Arts for “The Nautical Yards”

http://www.dcmetrotheaterarts.com/2012/04/27/the-nautical-yards-at-forcecollision-by-amanda-gunther/

“[It was like] having seen something odd but brave and moving that was communicating to us something about being human, and, in its expression, bringing life to a spot in Washington that has been long emptied and neglected.” -Susan Galbraith, DC Theatre Scene for “The Nautical Yards”

http://dctheatrescene.com/2012/04/29/the-nautical-yards/