Posts Tagged:world premiere

2017-2018 Season at Keegan: Uplifting in an Unsettled Time

The Keegan Theatre is proud to announce its 2017-2018 season, featuring 2 DC Premieres, 1 World Premiere, and its 15th Ireland Tour of an American classic. The lineup features a diverse combination of plays and musicals with both soft and hard edges, reflecting an artistic aim to encourage and inspire the DC community in the

2016-2017 Season marks 20 years of The Keegan Theatre

View/Download Full Season Announcement Press Release Download 2016-2017 Season PDF REGIONAL PREMIERE WHAT WE’RE UP AGAINST By Teresa Rebeck September 24 – October 15, 2016 A scathing, ferocious comedy about sexism in the workplace by one of today’s most acclaimed and provocative playwrights. Set in a highly competitive architecture firm, WHAT WE’RE UP AGAINST takes an explosive

NATIONAL PASTIME a “Must-See” on Broadway-World

“APRIL 2001 Must-Sees: FROM APRIL 9TH TO MAY 15TH, NATIONAL PASTIME, AT KEEGAN THEATRE AT CHURCH STREET THEATER, IN WASHINGTON, DC. There’s nothing more exciting than seeing a World Premiere Musical … It’s co-directed by Mark A. Rhea and Susan Marie Rhea, who brought us Keegan’s Helen Hayes Award-winning production of Rent, and musical directed by Jake Null … The talented cast includes so many of my favoroite DC-area actors…”

PRESS RELEASE: National Pastime

On Saturday, April 9, The Keegan Theatre opens NATIONAL PASTIME, a world premiere musical comedy written by Tony Sportiello (book) and Al Tapper (music and lyrics). A reading of NATIONAL PASTIME took place at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in New York in May 2010. Producers from Chicago and New York are joining forces with the Keegan Theater for this limited five-week engagement prior to its moving onward.

Review Round-Up: Basra Boy

The Washington Post “In a succinct 70 minutes that pulse with slangy lyricism, “Basra Boy” paints a vibrant portrait of an exuberant teenager and his quirky, down-at-heels community. As brought to life by director Abigail Isaac and the appealing performer Josh Sticklin, who portrays multiple characters, it’s a piece that starts as a funny, antic

PRESS RELEASE: Basra Boy

A one-man tour de force, BASRA BOY features Josh Sticklin playing all the characters, a thrilling challenge for actor and director alike. “This play speaks to me on many levels,” says Isaac. “It’s about Belfast, our troubled youth, our attitudes toward the war in the Middle East. But the core of this play is a fascinating story of friendship, a story that is uniquely poignant, I think, because one actor portrays both friends.”



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