Posts Tagged:Brianna Letourneau

BroadwayWorld: THE BALTIMORE WALTZ

The Keegan Theatre’s The Baltimore Waltz is a confrontation of mortality, a hilarious farce, an exposé of the limits of the medical system, a noir thriller, and crucially, a flawlessly staged and acted production. The play’s many facets and refusal to map its themes on to a traditional three act structure might frustrate the more literally-minded. But

DC Metro Theater Arts: THE BALTIMORE WALTZ

If The Baltimore Waltz, an early work by Paula Vogel, sounds playful and a bit off the rails –  well, it often is. Vogel suffuses this work with comic banter, funny episodes, and a whole lot of sex. It’s sure to charm even the steeliest of audience members, but that’s only one side of the coin. The

The Washington Post: THE BALTIMORE WALTZ

Excellent cast steps up in THE BALTIMORE WALTZ The Baltimore Waltz prances in circles around its subject, which is the death of playwright Paula Vogel’s brother, Carl, in 1988. Vogel’s approach to her grief — a nation’s grief, as the country grappled with lost lives during the AIDS epidemic — was to fantasize. The 90-minute

Cast Announced for Paula Vogel’s THE BALTIMORE WALTZ at Keegan

December 22, 2018:  The Keegan Theatre announces the cast and creative team of Paula Vogel’s award-winning dramatic farce THE BALTIMORE WALTZ, opening on January 19, 2019.  Directed by Keegan Theatre Artistic Director Susan Marie Rhea, THE BALTIMORE WALTZ features Helen Hayes Award-winning actor Michael Innocenti (Carl), Brianna Letourneau (Anna) and Ray Ficca (The Third Man). Brianna

MD Theatre Guide: OTHER LIFE FORMS

“Other Life Forms,” now playing at the Keegan Theatre, is a profound examination of what it means to be human, as seen by someone who (probably) isn’t. The world premiere by Brandon McCoy, directed by Shirley Serotsky, has the rare charm of being both thoughtful and funny, prompting both laughs and questions in equal measure.

DC Metro Theater Arts: OTHER LIFE FORMS

When asked recently what he hoped audiences will get from watching Other Life Forms, playwright Brandon McCoy answered, “I hope they laugh, and I hope they have a really good time.” Mission accomplished! McCoy’s new work – a world premiere now at the Keegan Theatre — is a funny, adroit look at contemporary love brought to life

Keegan Presents World Premiere of Brandon McCoy’s OTHER LIFE FORMS, Opens June 15

June 4, 2018: The Keegan Theatre presents the world premiere of OTHER LIFE FORMS, a romantic comedy of cosmic proportions by DC playwright Brandon McCoy, directed by Shirley Serotsky. The cast features Brianna Letourneau, Shanta Parasuraman, John Loughney, Josh Sticklin, and Aidan Quartana. About OTHER LIFE FORMS: Roommates Ben and Jeff couldn’t be more different. Ben is a

DC Metro Theater Arts: The Magic Tree

“Directors Matthew J. Keenan and Colin Smith have done a superb job with the script. The acting is exceptionally good, and the staging exciting and unpredictable … It is an excellent production.”

Clare Art Beat: A Few Good Men

Keegan Theatre Company, from Washington D.C. has been touring their production of military courtroom drama ‘A Few Good Men’ across Ireland, playing five theatres in four weeks (and from looking at their website, enjoying the odd pint of Guinness too!). …The company, under director Jeremy Skidmore, treated patrons in Glór to an engrossing show staged

The Washington Post: A Few Good Men – Ireland Edition

As a drama student at Catholic University, Brianna Letourneau had the good fortune to spend the summer of 2007 studying theater in Ireland. Hearing plays by Brian Friel, John Millington Synge and other Irish dramatists performed by actors in their native accents was euphoric for a collegiate thespian. But perhaps more inspiring, on a practical



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