"Legally Blonde" is a musical more concerned than most with what might be judged by appearances
Deb Gottesman and Claire Schoonover let 'er rip as dueling retirees in Keegan's rollicking "Ripcord"
The Helen Hayes Awards spread the love around, recognizing the best of D.C. theater across dozens of shows
Keegan Theatre shines a spotlight on playwright Paula Vogel's brilliant love letter to her deceased brother
Oscar Ceville embodies a Lucha Libre legend in Keegan’s unique staging of one of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies.
"As You Like It" charts a romantic, musical escape to Shakespeare's idyllic forest
Despite a few strong performances, Keegan's Lincolnesque doesn't fully deliver, landing somewhere in the muddy middle
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Like a randy, late-night cable rom-com offering, Keegan's Other Life Forms amuses mildly
Maria Rizzo plays Roxie unhinged, with moxie and murderous rage -- and she is amazing.
Signature Theatre's "4,380 Nights" stumbles over lengthy monologues, while Keegan Theatre's "Unnecessary Farce" is just far too much
Pajama Game brings serious steam to an exuberant Golden Age musical, while Top Girls is powered by a potent, all-female cast.
Keegan's "Stones in His Pockets" fully charms
Held together by a touching story and a charming lead, Keegan's Big Fish stays afloat -- but just barely.
Michael Innocenti's blazing performance as Leo Frank leads Keegan's exquisite Parade.