Reviews

Washington Post Going Out Guide: Basra Boy
In "Basra Boy," Keegan Theatre's new production, a teen aches to join the army, if...
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DC Theatre Scene: THE WEIR
The Keegan Theatre’s production carries on the play’s award-winning tradition, dropping its incredibly-talented cast into...
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Washington City Paper on Basra Boy
Keegan Theatre’s One-Man Northern Irish Punk Rock War Story: "Basra Boy is a Belfast play...
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DCist: “A Shadow of Honor”
After you walk into the cavernous converted church to see A Shadow of Honor, the...
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Review Round-Up: “A Shadow of Honor”
The actors do an admirable job of injecting life into their characters ... Herren is...
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Keegan named ‘The Best Stage of 2010?
Metro Weekly named Keegan's production of Dancing at Lughnasa one of the best of 2010:...
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RENT Rocks City Paper
In its annual round-up of the year in theater, the Washington City Paper says: ...RENT;...
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DC Theatre Scene: “Golden Boy”
This being a Clifford Odets play, told with tender humanism, we see our own lives...
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Washington Post: “Golden Boy Packs a Wallop”
“Keegan’s production of this Clifford Odets play packs a wallop . . . director Lee...
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Washington Examiner: “Golden Boy”
The Keegan Theatre is doing a production of "Golden Boy" that seeks to represent Odets...
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REVIEW ROUND-UP: “Of Mice and Men”
THE EDGE "A tremendously talented group of performers ... Matt Boliek does an outstanding job...
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