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BroadwayWorld: STONES IN HIS POCKETS

Director Abigail Isaac Fine has given audiences a worthy production of Jones’ famous play, perhaps the greatest sign of her talent being her ability to render the many shifts in character and location so seamless that the audience can’t help but go on the whole journey, nearly effortlessly. Stones in his Pockets is a treat, and yet

MD Theatre Guide: STONES IN HIS POCKETS

Abigail Isaac Fine returns to the Keegan stage to direct this two-hander.  Even though the play only has two actors, they play multiple different roles of various ages, genders and histories. This calls for extreme acting chops, and Keegan Theatre did not disappoint. Charlie Conlon, a smooth operator who dreams of producing his own script,

DC Metro Theater Arts: STONES IN HIS POCKETS

Engaging with warm-hearted humor and disarming in the depth of scenes about lost boys and bitter men with their dreams crushed, the Keegan Theatre production of the Marie Jones’ Stones in his Pockets (1999) is a winner of a serious comedy. Under the affectionate, perceptive direction of Abigail Isaac Fine, Stones in his Pockets aims for and succeeds at understanding; it’s

DC Theatre Scene: STONES IN HIS POCKETS

Written by Belfast-based playwright Marie Jones and first staged in 1996, Stones in His Pocketshas been produced in more than 30 countries—including a successful run on London’s West End—and has garnered numerous awards. Despite being more than 20 years old, Jones’s themes remain strikingly evergreen and relevant today. As the person sitting next to me noted

DC Theatre Scene: A Midsummer Night’s Riot

[Josh] Sticklin, who has become a master of the one-actor show – Cuchullain and Basra Boy (both byMidsummer Night’s Riot playwright Rosemary Jenkinson) were his other triumphs – imbues his character with a sort of indomitable brio which allows you to laugh off the most horrifying (and, in some instances, disgusting) incidents…He gives voice to all the other characters but

ShowBizRadio: The Best Man

…most nostalgia exercises don’t benefit from the dark wit and satirical edge of Vidal, whose palpable delight in skewering people and institutions, along with several strong performances from the Keegan company, keep life in the old script yet.

DC Metro Theater Arts: The Best Man

Performed by an exceptional cast and burnished with meticulous technical oversight and attention to detail, The Best Man is the most completely satisfying production I have ever seen at The Keegan Theatre.



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