About Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA

Programs for Young People, Programming for Families

Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA (PRK) offers both theatrical experiences for families and creative exploration that helps empower young people and emerging artists. Through classes, camps, and other types of creative, peer-to-peer events and activities, students discover their authentic voices and develop a fuller sense of self and community.

The style and values of PRK align with those of the Keegan Theatre – both believe in the power of authentic storytelling and theater as a means of exploring the human condition. And the PRK team of teaching artists includes professionals from all arts disciplines, including acting, dance, spoken word, and more, offering a well-rounded education informed by many influences.


PRK day off and other single day experiences offer support for families and flexible, arts-focused engagement for students.


PRK camps during the summer and throughout the year offer students meaningful creative connection with their peers.

In Schools

PRK engages with several DC area schools to offer creative after school programming and other opportunities.


PRK produces family-focused productions on the mainstage at Keegan, creating live theater magic for patrons all ages.

Accessibility & Inclusivity

Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA is committed to making productions as accessible and inclusive as possible, from building provisions to…

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PRK Policies & Procedures

Please read and understand these policies and procedures before registering your child for any Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA activities.

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“Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA's partnership with Lee Montessori Public Charter School has been a true gift for our family ... Thanks to Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA and your outstanding instructors for bringing theater that teaches self-expression, confidence, and creativity into our school community!”
— Parent, Lee Montessori After-School Program
PRK Community Partners
Young Playwrights' Theater
DC Commision on the Arts & Humanities
DC Public Schools
Politics and Prose Bookstore
DC Arts & Humanities Education Collaborative
Higher Achievement
Lee Montessori Public Charter School
The School Without Walls at Francis Stevens (SWWFS)
Marie Reed Elementary School
Oyster-Adams Bilingual School
Ross Elementary School
Ludlow-Taylor Elementary School