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All posts tagged "keegan theatre"

  • Mack, Beth: The Shark Bites (review)

    The Keegan's world-premiere "Mack, Beth" struts and frets, missing the mark

  • An Irish Carol: Keegan Theatre’s ode to Dickens

    Keegan Theatre offers company member Matthew Keenan's homage to Dickens

  • Schooled in Rock: American Idiot (review)

    With American Idiot, Keegan Theatre has staged another inspiring rock musical

  • Unfixable

    It’s hard to be excited about much of anything regarding The Fix. Signature Theatre first presented this bitter musical pill seventeen years ago, back when...

  • Perfectly Composed: Pasek and Paul are the future of the American musical

    Benj Pasek and Justin Paul have been touted the future of the American musical, and "Dear Evan Hansen" proves why

  • Understated: Once and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Reviews)

    Once renews faith in the power of music, while Keegan's Cat isn't quite the meow it needs to be

  • Acting American

    The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is as American as apple pie — especially as portrayed in the new production at Ford’s Theatre. The...

  • Hair Apparent

    ”I feel like it’s one of the greatest achievements of our career,” says Keegan Theatre’s Susan Rhea of the company’s current production of Hair. ”I...

  • The Power of Charisma

    As written, Gore Vidal's The Best Man ultimately intends viewers to root for William Russell over Joseph Cantwell in their knock-down, drag-out fight to become...

  • Haunted Theater

    Another Halloween has already come and gone, but a mysterious specter is still haunting the stage at the Keegan Theatre. Maybe if its full story...

  • Shock and Blah

    How does one justify a play with the English language's most vulgar word in its title? Well, that's not my bailiwick here. The best I...

  • Bombs Away

    All My Sons opens with a terrible thunderstorm – made more ominous by incorporating the sounds of fighter jets and bombs bursting in air. It's...

  • August Sizzler

    It's probably impossible to leave a production of August: Osage County without feeling a pang or two of familial guilt. But whatever you do, don't...

  • Hot to Trot

    To be a teenager is to feel overwhelmed. It's lonely. All sorts of oily, crunchy, hairy things happen to your body. You can't stop thinking...

  • Keegan takes to Dupont Circle

    Actors from the Keegan Theatre will step outside of its Church Street home to perform in Dupont Circle this Saturday, May 5. The purpose of...