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ELEGIES by William Finn. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
Washington City Paper Review: ELEGIES
Keegan Theatre’s Elegies is an elegant challenge to the genre of musical theater. William Finn...
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THE OUTSIDER by Paul Slade Smith. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
Washington City Paper Review: THE OUTSIDER
As farce, The Outsider is warm and satisfying in the way that wholly predictable comedy...
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YOGA PLAY by Dipika Guha. Photo: Cameron Whitman
Washington City Paper Review: YOGA PLAY
Yoga Play [written by Calcutta-born Dipika Guha and published in 2017], which makes its regional...
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TRANS AM by Lisa Stephen Friday, featuring the music of Lisa Jackson & Girl Friday, directed by Fred Berman. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
Washington City Paper Review: TRANS AM
Lisa Stephen Friday spent years slamming her electric guitar and singing into a blasting microphone...
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N by Adrienne Earle Pender. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
MD Theatre Guide Review: N
Keegan is currently presenting the regional premiere of N by Adrienne Earle Pender. This is...
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N by Adrienne Earle Pender. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
Washington City Paper Review: N
As playwright Adrienne Earle Pender’s N opens, Florence Howard (Lolita Marie) has just put her...
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West By God
Washington City Paper: WEST BY GOD
Keegan's WEST BY GOD Celebrates the Mountain State West By God, which makes its world...
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Washington City Paper: LINCOLNESQUE
[In Lincolnesque,] playwright John Strand has crafted a well structured comedy about the conflict between democratic ideals that,...
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Washington City Paper: THE CRUCIBLE
God gets a bad rap in most stagings of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. The characters are...
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