Posts Tagged:Abigail Isaac

DC Theatre Scene: A Midsummer Night’s Riot

[Josh] Sticklin, who has become a master of the one-actor show – Cuchullain and Basra Boy (both byMidsummer Night’s Riot playwright Rosemary Jenkinson) were his other triumphs – imbues his character with a sort of indomitable brio which allows you to laugh off the most horrifying (and, in some instances, disgusting) incidents…He gives voice to all the other characters but

PRESS RELEASE: A Midsummer Night’s Riot

The Keegan Theatre closes out its 17th season with the world premiere A Midsummer Night’s Riot, reuniting the artistic team of playwright Rosemary Jenkinson, director Abigail Isaac, and Josh Sticklin.

Washington City Paper: Cuchullain

Cuchullain is the third effort by Belfast playwright Rosemary Jenkinson to make its world premiere at Keegan Theatre since 2010, and it reunites actor Josh Sticklin with director Abigail Isaac—the same duo that staged Jenkinson’s Basra Boyat the Keegan 16 months ago.

The Washington Post: Cuchullain

…in Rosemary Jenkinson’s world-premiere play “Cuchullain,” an endearingly impulsive and foul-mouthed modern 19-year-old ingests drugs and alcohol as if he’d worked out a personal immunity deal with mortality.

Helen Hayes Recommends: Cuchullain

The Helen Hayes Awards has recommended Keegan’s production of Cuchullain, now playing through July 1! a world premiere by Rosemary Jenkinson Featuring Joshua Sticklin Directed by Abigail Isaac June 9 – July 1, 2012 From the writer of BASRA BOY and STELLA MORGAN, Irish playwright Rosemary Jenkinson once again brings her unique and potent brand

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