Hilary Morrow

Singer. Actor. Dancer.

Hilary is a musical theater actress based in Washington, DC. Check out what she's doing next!

Imogen w/ Pointless Theatre Co.

"Driving home the point, director Charlie Marie McGrath’s staging makes the king a wee hand puppet manipulated by his mischievous, power-mad queen (played with robust malice and treacherously pursed black lips by Hilary Morrow).”

-- THE WASHINGTON POST

"It is Hilary Morrow as both the Queen and Cymbeline who emerges as the show’s most versatile star, though. Morrow sweeps around the stage in a billowing gown, holding a puppet of King Cymbeline. She is equal parts Red Queen from Alice in Wonderland and Yzma from The Emperor’s New Groove as the scheming queen, and her excellent puppeteering as Cymbeline shows right away who holds power in the British court.”

-- DC METRO THEATER ARTS

"Hilary Morrow, one of my faves, carries a grand, unforgettable presence as both the evil Queen and King Cymbeline — within seconds of each other. She’s the sauntering, sadistic queen stepmother seeking to poison the unsuspecting Imogen, and in a blink, she converts to King Cymbeline, a miniature puppet, and truly becomes him, voice and all.”

-- MD THEATRE GUIDE

"The versatile, deadly Hilary Morrow”

-- BROADWAY WORLD

“[The King is] bedazzled with a crown and jewels and, voiced by Hilary Morrow who [also] plays the Queen (a monumental feat, by the way), as she holds him in the palm of her hand…the small puppet belts out orders as the King... and [we] marvel at the outstanding Morrow to pull it off.”

-- DC THEATRE SCENE


"Morrow kills in the role of likable antagonist Detective Fix. She elongates every moment, finding the humor that many impatient actors would over-look."

-- DC METRO THEATER ARTS

Around the World in 80 Days w/ The APO


BROADWAY FOR THE HOLIDAYS

"A flirtatious medley of “Let Me Entertain You” from Gypsy and “Santa Baby” performed by Morrow elicited cheers from the audience during the song."

-- THE POST ATHENS


MARAT/
SADE

“Diana Cummiskey (Kokol), Jordan Halsey (Polpoch), Kendall Helblig (Cucurucu) and Hilary Morrow (Rossignol) delight as a quartet of singers. They lighten the mood, a Greek chorus for the poor and restless masses.”


OH, WHAT CAN’T A WOMAN DO?

“Hilary Morrow’s solo performance is riveting. Morrow is both playwright and performer of this Commedia dell’arte. Her masterful story-telling… gently introduces you to the genre known as Commedia dell’arte through her clear and convincing performance. Gently sprinkled Italian amongst the mostly English script and beautiful snippets of songs in Morrow’s impressive operatic voice added to the feeling of authenticity.”

“Every single line and movement was delivered with strength and polish… Morrow was always believable.”

-- DC METRO THEATRE ARTS

“Morrow has big, expressive baby blues, which show Andreini’s fear, strength, excitement, and chagrin.”

“Morrow’s rich timbred voice”

-- DC THEATRE SCENE


“Hilary Morrow, as Merowald Usher, is a consistently engaging and demonic presence that highlights how heavily the Usher ancestry weights on the current living members.”

-- DC METRO THEATRE ARTS

DC THEATRE SCENE

THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER


A VERY POINTLESS HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR

“Snowella Mistletoe (Hilary Morrow) is all naughty when she belts a soulful jazz homage to her beloved South Pole, which ends up being a riff on the American south, hambone band included.”

-- DC METRO THEATRE ARTS

“Other noteworthy performances come from new elves Snowella Mistletoe (Hilary Morrow) and Poinsetta Jollyballs (Chloe Mikala.) Morrow performs an epic duet with Curran wherein Mrs. Claus and Snowella put the pride back in being from the South Pole.”

-- THEATRE BLOOM


“The ensemble— Frank Cevarich, Kyra Corradin, Madeline Key, Sadie Leigh, Devin Mahoney, Hilary Morrow, Stacy Musselman, Matthew Sparacino, Scott Whalen, and Sarah Wilby— are movers. There are moments of dance, and strikingly beautiful puppetry that really draw the eye. Keeping track of who is who would require a flow chart, spotters guide, and picture map, but that would defeat the nature of the ensemble work that Pointless Theatre strives so hard to maintain. Every person has a moment for which they become noteworthy but it’s their performances together, particularly during spastic explosive moments of pandemonium, that the production should be praised for.”

-- THEATRE BLOOM

DC THEATRE SCENE

“Hilary Morrow is responsible for my Most Memorable Stage Picture of 2016 Thus Far: in full Bugs Bunny Viking drag, belting German opera while flogging Hugo Ball with one of her gigantic blonde braids.”

-- DC METRO THEATRE ARTS

THE WASHINGTON POST

BROADWAY WORLD

HUGO BALL


LET TRUMP BE TRUMP

“Hilary Morrow is compelling in her portrayal of powerful Congresswomen Stackhouse, whom the staffers are trying to convince to support the immigration bill.”

-- DC METRO THEATRE GUIDE

DC THEATRE SCENE


DC METRO THEATRE ARTS

“Hilary Morrow makes a delightful guest appearance (and talk about pipes!).”

-- DC THEATRE SCENE

BRYCE: HYDROGEN BLONDE



This is what theater is all about and it was my dream when I started DCMetroTheaterArts 5 years ago-to see a venue filled with parents and kids laughing and clapping and having a great time together. And maybe these kids will ask their parents to take to the theater or a concert again and again. Fingers crossed.”

-- DC METRO THEATER ARTS

CINDERELLA