The story is told primarily from the viewpoint of Raylynn (a glorious, steadfast Billie Krishawn) who is thoughtful, reserved, smart and determined to be as much of a stand-up woman as her mother was."
-Maryland Theatre Guide on Blood at the Root
At the center of it all is Raylynn in a passionate, multi-layered performance by Billie Krishawn."
-Broadway World Review on Blood at the Root
The main character is Raylynn (the always luminous Billie Krishawn), who is anti-apathy and anti-injustice and out to break rules."
-DC Metro Theater Arts on Blood at the Root
Krishawn, particularly, brings exquisite timing and physicality to her role as Soubrette "
-Metro weekly on Emilie
Tilly is played by Billie Krishawn, who is on track to join the Washington area’s biggest stage stars. She comes to this role having just delivered one of the best performances of this summer’s Capital Fringe Festival in Stephen Spotswood’s “Andromeda Breaks”... Krishawn brings light and energy to the ethereal Tilly without turning her into a cartoon."
-MD Theatre Guide on Melancholy Play
The cast is uniformly excellent. This is the third time this summer I have seen the lead, Billie Krishawn, all in quite different roles, and her range, as well as her dynamism, are evident here."
-DC Metro Theater Arts on Melancholy Play
This may be because of Billie Kirshawn's delightful performance. She alone understands all about the nuances of her character and her many quirks and delivers her personality just right"
-Broadway World Review on Melancholy Play
Tilly is played by the aptly appealing Billie Krishawn, who does cry angelically and on-cue. If a person can seem like a Tilly, then her performance captures it, amusingly so."
-Metro Weekly on Melancholy Play
The backbone of the piece is Krishawn’s delightfully beguiling performance. From even before the lights come up, when we hear her singing a myth-infused spiritual"
-DC Theatre Scene on Andromeda Breaks
Actors Billie Krishawn (Andromeda) and Jeremy Keith Hunter (Percy) root these fantastical references in truthful emotional performances. The chemistry between the two actors is captivating."
-Broadway World Review on Andromeda Breaks
Krishawn’s performance is magnetic; she seems to be an actor who can vocally and physically dominate a scene at will."
-DC Metro Theater Arts on America's Wives
Absolutely spastic and hyper-steeped in her character’s hysteria, Billie Krishawn takes up the role of Candace and makes her a bubbly irritant that is difficult to dislike. Krishawn’s monologue about food, and her lack thereof as a child, is one of the most intensely delivered and astonishing moments in the production"
-Theatre Bloom on Bully