Awards & Recognition

2013

Helen Hayes  Nomination, Outstanding Ensemble, Resident Musical, SPRING AWAKENING
Helen Hayes  Nomination, Outstanding Ensemble, Resident Play, AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY
Helen Hayes  Nomination, Outstanding Resident Musical, SPRING AWAKENING
Helen Hayes  Nomination, Outstanding Music Direction, Resident Musical, Jake Null, SPRING AWAKENING
Helen Hayes  Nomination, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Resident Musical, Paul Scanlan, SPRING AWAKENING
Helen Hayes  Nomination, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Resident Play, Rena Cherry Brown, AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY
Helen Hayes  Nomination, Outstanding Direction, Resident Musical, Mark A. Rhea and Susan Marie Rhea, SPRING AWAKENING

2012

Helen Hayes Nomination, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Resident Musical, Dan Van Why, NATIONAL PASTIME

2010

Helen Hayes Award, Outstanding Ensemble, RENT
Helen Hayes Award, Outstanding Lead Actor, Parker Drown, RENT
Helen Hayes Nomination, Outstanding Direction, Mark and Susan Rhea, RENT
Helen Hayes Nomination, Outstanding Musical Production, RENT
Helen Hayes Nomination, Outstanding Musical Direction, Aaron Broderick, RENT

2009

Helen Hayes Nomination, Outstanding Ensemble, Translations

2008

Helen Hayes Nomination, The Canadian Embassy Award for Outstanding Ensemble, Alone It Stands
Helen Hayes Nomination, Outstanding ChoreographyEric and Kerry Lucas, Alone It Stands

2006

Theatre Lobby Mary Goldwater Award, Joe Baker, Company Member, The Keegan Theatre

2004

Theatre Lobby Mary Goldwater Award, Chris Stezin, Company Member, The Keegan Theatre

2003

Helen Hayes Nomination, Carlos Bustamante, Outstanding Supporting Actor, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

2002

Star Award for Managerial Excellence, The Keegan Theatre from Arlington Commission for the Arts

2000

Helen Hayes Nomination, David Jourdan, Outstanding Supporting Actor, Twelve Angry Men
Helen Hayes Nomination, Jenifer Deal, Outstanding Supporting Actress, Dancing at Lughnasa
Helen Hayes Nomination, Little John Nee, Outstanding Lead Actor, Non-Resident Production, The Derry Boat
Theatre Lobby Mary Goldwater Award, Oustanding Production, Dancing at Lughnasa

1997

Helen Hayes Nomination, Mark A. Rhea Outstanding Director, Resident Production, Translations

SOLD OUT:

HAIR

Book and Lyrics by
James Rado and Gerome Ragni
Music by Galt MacDermot

March 15 -
April 27, 2014

Contains nudity and strong language. Parental discretion is highly advised and children under the age of 14 will NOT be permitted in the theater.

The remaining performances of HAIR are SOLD OUT.

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Sun matinees at 3:00 pm

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2013-2014 Season

THE SUNSHINE BOYS

by Neil Simon
September 28 -
October 19

THE WOMAN IN BLACK

by Stephen Mallatratt
October 31 - November 30

AN IRISH CAROL

by Matthew J. Keenan
(loosely based on Charles Dickens’
A Christmas Carol)
December 13 - December 31

THE BEST MAN

by Gore Vidal
January 25 - February 22

HAIR

Book and Lyrics
by James Rado
and Gerome Ragni
Music by Galt MacDermot
March 15 - April 27

THINGS YOU SHOULDN'T SAY PAST MIDNIGHT

by Peter Ackerman
May 10 - June 7

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S RIOT

by Rosemary Jenkinson
May 16 - June 5

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