Community Outreach

Fundraising Efforts

Keegan is an active part of a larger community — not just our literal neighborhood of Dupont Circle and beyond, but the community of the world.  Since our founding, Keegan has supported a number of organizations and causes, both through dedicated fundraising performances and through direct contribution, including:

Washington Hospital Center
Doctors Without Borders
Whitman Walker Clinic
The Cherry Fund
Haiti Education Fund
American Diabetes Association


Community Activities

Keegan is an enthusiastic participant in neighborhood and community activities, including:

The 17th Street Festival
Dupont Circle Festival
Dupont Main Street
The Dupont Circle House Tour/Dupont Circle Citizens Association

To encourage relationship-building within the local community, Keegan Theatre offers discount ticketing to community groups as well as organizations such as the USO.


Mt Olivet United Methodist Church: Mt Olivet Players

The Mount Olivet Players produce a show each season that is directed and designed by Keegan company members. The money raised by the production is put toward the youth group’s annual mission trips – in 2012, the Mt. Olivet Players’ production of Picasso at the Lapin Agileraised more than $10,000 for youth outreach programming. Over the years, the young people involved in these productions have given us precious feedback about how these programs have shaped their lives – in developing a love for the arts and a spirit of service to others.

Mt. Olivet Players Production History

2014 Alice in Wonderland
2013 A Midsummer Night’s Dream
2012 Picasso at the Lapin Agile
2011 Light up the Sky
2010 Arsenic and Old Lace
2009 The Real Inspector Hound
2008 The Mouse that Roared
2007 Charley’s Aunt
2006 Fools
2005 The Taming of the Shrew
2004 The Importance of Being Earnest
2003 A Midsummer Night’s Dream
2002 You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown
2001 She Stoops to Conquer
2000 Noises Off
1999 Seven Nuns in Las Vegas
1998 Charley’s Aunt
1997 Much Ado About Nothing
1996 The Secret Garden
1995 One Bad Apple
1994 Emporer’s New Clothes


Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington: Chalice Theatre

Chalice Theatre was founded in 1997 by Keegan Artistic Director Mark A. Rhea, Donald E. Wright (then Keegan Executive Director), and Trudi Olivetti for the purpose of putting on intergenerational plays, whereby youth and adults work side-by-side with members of a professional theatre company to produce a Broadway-style musical every year that is suitable for families to attend and serves as a learning experience as well as a way to raise money for worthy charitable causes.

Chalice Theatre Production History

1997 The Secret Garden
1998 Anne of Green Gables
1999 The Emperor’s New Clothes
2000 Fiddler on the Roof
2001 Brigadoon
2002 The Music Man
2003 Wizard of Oz
2004 Into the Woods
2005 Sound of Music
2006 Oliver!
2007 Anything Goes
2008 Seussical
2009 Big! The musical
2010 Once on This Island
2011 A Midsummer Night’s Musical
2012 Charlotte’s Web
2013 Oklahoma!
2014 Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

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Special Thanks to our Major Donors

We would like to thank the following individuals, who have made major donations in support of the IN GOOD COMPANY campaign.

Carol & Jay Baker

John & Marge Bernbaum

Cathleen Blanton

Jay & Whitney Donaldson

Betty & Bracket Edmiston

Coralie Farlee

Holly Hassett

Sharon & Peter Kissel

Edward T. Lis, Jr.

Roberta & Greg Milman

Erin Nugent

Trudi Olivetti

Jon & Kelly Peacock

Jane & Kevin Petkofsky

Ruth Petkofsky

Mark & Susan Rhea

Virginia Riehl

Stan & Paulette Schulman

Bernard & Alison Sheahan

Kenn & Ann Speicher

Joel Wind & Al Munzer

Donald Wright

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