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Elliot Dash


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Hank Williams: Lost Highway

Elliot Dash’s stage presence as Othello is undeniable; it demands instant attention. And working from a magisterial foundation of implacable dignity and graciousness, he creates a character rooted in reason, but afraid to look too deeply into his own heart.

- The Winchester Star

There’s no point in planning “Othello” until you have the right Othello and Iago locked in. Director Warner Crocker is fortunate in his choice, for Elliot Dash and Ray Ficca remake themselves almost beyond recognition to access the strange dynamic in this fateful pair.


- The Culpeper Star Exponent

A dynamic voice that steals the show and is new to the Wayside stage is Elliot Dash, who plays Tee-Tot, an Alabama street musician who influenced Hank’s work.
His strong voice dominates as he sings “This is the Way I Do” and “The Blood Done Sign My Name.” - 


- The Winchester Star

In another standout performance, Elliot Dash is "Tee-Tot," the street performer who taught Williams how to sing. Mr. Dash has a commanding presence and a big voice that fills the theatre


.- BroadwayWorld

Dash stole moments of the show as Tee Tot, a street singer with whom Williams was acquainted during his childhood. Dash offers stunning, hair-raising renditions of blues spirituals, teaching Williams how to lend emotion to his compositions, and serving as a dramatic device throughout the production.


- Gettysburg Times

Dash's voice has so much body and power that you can feel it in the seats, and when it dances up and down a scale, with the dexterity of Whitney Houston and the conviction of Bruce Springsteen, everybody gasps.

- Shenandoah Press

Mr. Dash has a commanding presence and a big voice that fills the theatre.

- Stage Views

Dash's voice is amazing with deep soulful tones.

- The Winchester Star

. . .  a powerful singer whose presence overflows

- Star Exponent

. . .  a stunning baritone that jumps octaves with ease and skill

- NYDaily

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Little Shop of Horrors

As the voice behind Audrey II, Elliot Dash handily delivers the booming tone, demanding octave jumps, and the combination of allure and danger that are essential components of the voracious plant persona. Dash’s performance of the dark funk odyssey “Supper Time” allows him to explore the full range of Audrey II’s evil, as he instructs Seymour to secure him more “food” beneath an eerie, blood red light.

- DCTheatreScene

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A Christmas Carol

Dash is larger than life -- in all ways -- as he towers over Scrooge physically and dominates his scenes.


The Caribbean joy of Elliot Dash's fruit vendor, amplified when the character reappears as the Ghost of Christmas Present, arrives in steady high waves.


- The Washington Post

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Elizabeth the Queen

Elliot Dash as Captain Armin attracts attention without trying to.  In this small role, one is drawn to the beautiful voice (possibly the next James Earl Jones) and the formidable majesty of his presence.

- Theatre Spotlight

Driving Miss Daisy

Elliot Dash's performance as Hoke Coleburn was magnificent.  He was capable in playing both the comical and the serious sides of Hoke and his gradual change from being a subservient driver to Miss Daisy's 'friend' was well done.

-The British Embassy Players / The Ruby Griffith Awards

Elliot Dash’s Hoke makes a comfortable match for this Daisy. (He) wears the role like a comfortable shoe.


- StarExponent




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