Category Archive for: Buzz/Press

Buzz/Press January 30, 2017

The Washington Post: HAMLETTE

Keegan Theatre has always done plays for adults, often showcasing Irish writers and themes. Now it’s launching a youth program whose three-part title, PLAY-RAH-KA, also has Gaelic roots: (a) revelry, (b) boisterous merrymaking and (c) a party you don’t want to miss. Besides classes and camps, Keegan will stage professional shows for young audiences.

Buzz/Press Reviews January 30, 2017

DC Metro Theater Arts: HAMLETTE

Hamlette is a family-friendly take on what has become one of the most frequently interpreted plays by the Bard. It has a little something for everyone, giving us an idea of the characters as they were originally imagined while connecting the stories to the present day.

Buzz/Press January 25, 2017

Keegan welcomes young audiences with Hamlette

Keegan Theatre’s new Theatre for Young Audiences program, PLAY-RAH-KA, opens its second production, Hamlette by Allison K Williams, directed by Ricky Drummond, this Saturday at 11 am for four performances through February 11th.

Buzz/Press Reviews December 27, 2016

The Georgetowner: An Irish Carol (2016)

The play, written by company member Matthew Keenan, is now in its sixth year. Infused periodically with new cast members, it deals with a disaffected and wealthy man who’s focused too much of his life on tending to his business and not enough on being a complete human being … AN IRISH CAROL has a profane and lyrical way with words. It’s a good fit with the Keegan repertoire, which has always been an Irish stew of mostly contemporary plays… The redone theater has both a modern and an intimate feel to it. It’s welcoming, like the company itself.

Keegan Theatre 2016-2017 Grants Announcement

Keegan is thrilled to announce that the 20th Anniversary Season will be funded in part by project and arts education grants from the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. Moreover, Keegan is honored this year to receive support from the Nora Roberts Foundation to advance new Bright Stars school residencies, providing hands-on theatre training for youth in the District of Columbia.

Washington City Paper: An American Daughter

Setting the media and political circuses ablaze, Lyssa must decide whether to withdraw her name from consideration or weather the storm, all while trying to mend the relationships she hurt in the process. If you think the current nomination crisis lacks wit and candor, Wasserstein’s play provides just that.

The Washington Post: An American Daughter

“An American Daughter” is a Clinton play, and the Keegan Theatre is extremely smart to be performing it right now…. The fury is as clear as I’ve ever seen it.



Current Productions

Learn about the productions that are currently playing and coming up next at Keegan.

Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA

Looking for Keegan productions for kids and families? See what’s next onstage from Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA!