For all ages 11+ | A dreadlock-rocking SouthEast DC b-boy and video game geek who crochets his way through “have and have (k)not” meets up with a bald and bearded New Orleanian science teacher turned rhyme speaker who uses comedy to contemplate his place in Trump’s America. Together, they conjure …
Eric, the lone shoemaker of Grimmsville, makes shoes that are miserably uncomfortable and impossible to walk in… leaving a lot of barefoot villagers and Eric without a means to provide for his family. While alone in the woods, his daughter …
This is a tale of growing up different. It’s a fairy story – a story told by the fairies about people. And it’s a love story – a story about love. Recommended for young people age 8 and up.
Henry and Bucket are best pals, although sometimes you wouldn’t think so! But as long as these two friends are together, transforming their rusty, dusty, battered and bockety world into a place of wonder, their adventures can take them anywhere! Recommended for PRK’s youngest PLAYers – ages 4+
Join us at Keegan for a special Boiler Maker Staged Reading and Post-Show Discussion as part of Keegan’s Boiler Room Series: From Gumbo To Mumbo, written and performed by Drew Anderson and Dwayne Lawson-Brown, directed by Duane Richards.
Based on the familiar Irish folktale, HOW TO CATCH A LEPRECHAUN follows the comical adventures of the wistful minstrel Riley O’Really, who really wants to catch a leprechaun. Recommended for young people age 15 and younger. (PLAY and RAH age groups)
Hamlette takes the classic Shakespeare play, throws it in a blender, and shakes it up into a side-splitting comedy told in under an hour with only five actors. Recommended for young people age 11 and older. (RAH and KA age groups).
Based on the familiar Irish folktale, HOW TO CATCH A LEPRECHAUN follows the comical adventures of the wistful minstrel Riley O’Really, who really wants to catch a leprechaun.