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Washington Post Review: MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG
When I saw that Washington’s 120-seat Keegan Theatre planned to produce [Merrily We Roll Along] this month, I was surprised. They’re allowed to do that? The timing seemed … unfortunate....
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DC Theater Arts Review: MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG
How did you get to be here? That’s the central question of Stephen Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along, currently in a brilliant, emotionally wrenching production at DC’s Keegan Theatre. How...
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Broadway World Review: MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG
The music of Stephen Sondheim is well sung by the company of Merrily We Roll Along, now playing at the Keegan Theatre through March 3. Ryan Burke, Harrison Smith, and...
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Announcing the Cast and Team of MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG
January 9, 2024: The Keegan Theatre is pleased to announce the cast and team of MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG, a highly anticipated DC production of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s...
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DC Theater Arts Review: AN IRISH CAROL 2023
December 7, 2023: The set of An Irish Carol is an authentically warm Irish pub flush with Christmas decorations, a tap that only spouts Guinness, and a sign above it all...
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Broadway World Review: AN IRISH CAROL 2023
December 4, 2023: Keegan Theatre's 90 minute An Irish Carol by Matthew J. Keenan leaves out most of the supernatural. allegorical, and comic elements in favor of a portrayal of...
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Announcing the 2023 Cast and Team of AN IRISH CAROL
November 14, 2023: The Keegan Theatre is pleased to announce the 2023 cast and team of Matthew J. Keenan’s AN IRISH CAROL, Keegan’s own holiday tradition returning for its 13th...
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Metro Weekly Review: SWEAT
Women bear a heavy burden for keeping the faith and the peace in Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer-winning drama Sweat, staged to duly tense effect by Angelisa Gillyard at Keegan Theatre. Friends...
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Washington City Paper Review: SWEAT
As season finishers go, you can do a lot worse than Sweat, which won Lynn Nottage a second Pulitzer Prize in 2017; in the years since, several of her works...
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MD Theatre Guide Review: SWEAT
[Playwright Lynn] Nottage offers as real a look at blue-collar America as any play in recent times. She in fact spent two years traveling to Reading, PA in order to...
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DC Theater Arts Review: SWEAT
What happens to a city and its communities when the primary employer in that city shuts down? This is what happened in the city of Reading, Pennsylvania, where Sweat — now...
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Broadway World Review: SWEAT
No matter what year an audience sees Lynn Nottage's (her second Pulitzer) Sweat, something will be going wrong someplace for some part of the American workforce. Nottage's play is set...
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