If you are looking for a feel-good show, with great voices and stimulating dance, then Big Fish is for you.
The Keegan Theatre presents PARADE, the Tony Award-winning musical by acclaimed playwright Alfred Uhry and composer Jason Robert Brown about a miscarriage of justice in early 20th-century Georgia, when a Jewish outsider was wrongly accused of murder.
The standing ovation Next to Normal received validated an evening of superb quality storytelling that foretells a magnificent run.
“We’ve been waiting to produce NEXT TO NORMAL for years,” says Mark A. Rhea, Keegan’s founder and artistic director. “For obvious reasons – the complexity and truth in the writing of these characters, the intimacy of the storytelling, the intensity and beauty in the music – this is a natural fit for Keegan.”
eegan Theatre kicks off its spring season with the high-octane rock musical American Idiot. Based on Green Day’s Grammy Award-winning multi-platinum album and featuring the hits “Boulevard of Broken Dreams,” “21 Guns,” “Holiday” and the hit title track, American Idiot boldly took the American musical in a new direction, capturing not just the sound of a generation, but also the frustrations, fears, dreams and challenges of becoming an adult in the media-saturated, post-9/11 era.
Dogfight, the Justin Paul & Benj Pasek musical that tells a tender but brutal story of young people meeting in a situation that is destined for heartbreak, opens at The Keegan Theatre on August 22, 2015.
”I feel like it’s one of the greatest achievements of our career,” says Keegan Theatre’s Susan Rhea of the company’s current production of Hair. ”I feel more proud than I’ve ever felt of anything.”
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