Review: ‘Watch on the Rhine’ at Arena Stage – DC Metro Theater Arts 2/10/17
Of particular note is the acting of Sara and Kurt’s three children… the youngest Bodo (given an endearing preciousness by Tyler Bowman). Particularly memorable is the feisty and oddly balanced relationship between Bodo and Fanny (Marsha Mason).
Magic Time! ‘Watch on the Rhine’ at Arena Stage – DC Metro Theater Arts 2/10/17
Eleven-year-old Tyler Bowman, a delightful scene stealer as the youngest.
‘Watch on the Rhine’ at Arena Stage – MD Theatre Guide 2/11/17
The younger cast members, Tyler Bowman, Lucy Breedlove, and Ethan Miller find moments of humour and emotional power beyond their years, understanding that Hellman has given them the responsibility of some of the most poignant moments of the play.
A Masterful WATCH ON THE RHINE at Arena Stage – Broadway World 2/12/17
The Arena cast proves enormously capable in every way.
Watch on the Rhine Review – TheaterMania 2/13/17
Tyler Bowman is adorable as the youngest child.
Watch On The Rhine ~ Arena Stage – Whisk and Quill 2/15/17
Also of note are Sara’s children, especially the precocious Bodo played winningly by Tyler Bowman.
Fighting Tyrants: Watch on the Rhine at Arena Stage – MetroWeekly 2/16/17
Tyler Bowman carries off his young Bodo with charisma and ease.
A Thriller at Every Turn – Shakespeareances.com 3/18/17
Here’s a huge shoutout to the performances of all three young actors, Ethan Miller as Joshua, Tyler Bowman as Bodo, and Lucy Breedlove as Babette.
Watch on the Rhine – Talking Broadway (no date)
… and precocious Bodo (Tyler Bowman, who gets to show off).
LOST IN THE STARS (2016):
Lost in the Stars from Washington National Opera – DC Theatre Scene 2/15/16
Bravo also to all the children in the cast – Caleb McLaughlin, Tyler Bowman, and Caitlyn McLaughlin – who steal our hearts with the honesty of their performances and the multiple talents in singing, acting, and dancing.