Reviews

Washingtonian: SPELLING BEE
Plenty of winners in this charming production "The combination of Jesus, Anthony Weiner, and the...
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Review Round-Up: SPELLING BEE
DC THEATRE SCENE "It’s tough being a kid, and the pay is very low. You...
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MD Theatre Guide: SPELLING BEE
How do you spell Keegan Theatre’s rousing and sweet and often touching production of The...
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Review Round-Up: NATIONAL PASTIME
The Washington Examiner "Tony Sportiello, who wrote the book for National Pastime at Keegan Theatre,...
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Washington Blade: THE WEIR and BASRA BOY
Basra Boy: "The lithe and limber Sticklin plays the 18-year-old slacker Speedy in this world...
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DC Examiner: Basra Boy
This "Basra Boy" succeeds for two reasons: Jenkinson's ability to write a humorous, poignant but...
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Washington Post: BASRA BOY
In a succinct 70 minutes that pulse with slangy lyricism, "Basra Boy" paints a vibrant...
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Washington City Paper: THE WEIR
Set in one location in real time, The Weir is the kind of interior, Irish-to-its-chilly-bones...
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Washington Post: THE WEIR
"Magnetic Ghost stories: Keegan Theatre's production of THE WEIR hooks the playgoer with its subtle...
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DC Theatre Scene: Basra Boy
"Isaac has crafted the production beautifully to make every scene fold into another with minimum...
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Review Round-Up: The Weir
The Washington Post "Subtle but magnetic ... the audience is transfixed as the characters, one...
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Review Round-Up: Basra Boy
The Washington Post "In a succinct 70 minutes that pulse with slangy lyricism, "Basra Boy"...
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