Posts Tagged:Aaron Sorkin

Washington City Paper: A Few Good Men

The play that made Sorkin a beloved and then divisive brand still cuts a dashing figure in its dress whites, and Jeremy Skidmore’s new production for Keegan Theatre has a physical kineticism to match its author’s impressive (and self-impressed) verbal brio.

DC Theatre Scene: A Few Good Men

Jon Hudson Odom plays Dawson with an unwavering air of outraged nobility. His jaw is always set, his chin is always raised, his eyes are always narrowed by indignation.

The Washington Post: A Few Good Men

… there’s an impressive physical dynamism to the Keegan Theatre’s A Few Good Men. Sitting in the audience, you can almost feel the military establishment bustling around you.

Magic Time!: A Few Good Men

…The Keegan Theatre’s fresh new Few Good Men is the most relevant and resonant theater event going on in DC.



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