Posts Tagged:Arthur Miller

MD Theatre Guide: All My Sons

Assembling an all-star, stellar team, director Susan Marie Rhea breathes new life into a sixty-five year old work; a timely and impactful show is reborn.

A Washington Post Preview: All My Sons

Though the show leaves no source of sadness unexamined — guilt, grief, envy, rage — “I don’t actually think it’s as taxing” as one might expect, Rhea said. “You just have to be willing to sit there and feel something.”

DC Theatre Scene: All My Sons

It doesn’t take much to reach across the footlights at Keegan but it could be very precarious were it not done with such clarity, sensitivity and affection.

Washington City Paper: THE CRUCIBLE

God gets a bad rap in most stagings of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. The characters are either “with the Lord”—and inside the sniveling Rev. Parris’ clapboard meeting house every Sunday—or running around the woods naked “with the devil” and headed for the gallows. There’s no middle ground, and the judges who decide who’s with God and

DC Examiner: THE CRUCIBLE

The devil: Always in the details By: Barbara Mackay Special to The Washington Examiner The first scene of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” gets down to business immediately: The Rev. Samuel Parris (Colin Smith) has seen some girls dancing naked in the moonlight, and now his daughter, Betty, is lying unconscious. Rumors have begun to circulate

WTOP: The Crucible Named “Top Pick”

Arthur Miller’s disturbing classic “The Crucible” is playing at the Keegan Theater in Northwest D.C through Nov. 2. The production just returned from an Irish tour, which featured local actors in several roles. The American production has been hailed as “riveting” and “white-hot.”



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