Posts Tagged:Dave Jourdan

Washingtonian: Twelve Angry Men

We never see the defendant, never learn the jurors’ names, never leave that crowded table. But…this play works, it still manages to feel intensely personal and intimate, its hold stretching beyond the trial at hand.

Washington Blade: THE WEIR and BASRA BOY

Basra Boy: “The lithe and limber Sticklin plays the 18-year-old slacker Speedy in this world premiere of a play by Belfast native Rosemary Jenkinson.” The Weir: “Skillfully directed by Keegan’s founding artistic director, Mark A. Rhea, it co-stars his wife, the astonishingly talented Susan Marie Rhea …”

Washington City Paper: THE WEIR

Set in one location in real time, The Weir is the kind of interior, Irish-to-its-chilly-bones piece at which Keegan Theatre excels.” Under the direction of Mark A. Rhea, the cast all scale their performances appropriately. The comfort and the contempt arising from their lives of small-town proximity registers. As Jack, Kevin Adams seems to resent

Washington Post: THE WEIR

“Magnetic Ghost stories: Keegan Theatre’s production of THE WEIR hooks the playgoer with its subtle and provocative writing … Subtle, magnetic …McPherson is expert at unsettled equilibrium, and this production gets that … the audience is transfixed”

Review Round-Up: The Weir

The Washington Post “Subtle but magnetic … the audience is transfixed as the characters, one at a time, sink into long, spellbinding speeches recounting eerie, inexplicable events … Rhea and the actors do know how to use stillness to advantage … As a piece of dramatic writing, “The Weir” is exquisite – gripping and deeply

DC Theatre Scene: THE WEIR

The Keegan Theatre’s production carries on the play’s award-winning tradition, dropping its incredibly-talented cast into a cozy, intimate rural Irish pub and letting the players take it from there …
“The Weir” is art, entertainment, and a spiritual quest all rolled up into one deceptively simple bundle …”.

Helen Hayes Recommends: The Weir

Keegan Theatre’s production of Conor McPherson’s THE WEIR has received a recommendation from the Helen Hayes awards. by Conor McPherson Directed by Mark A. Rhea FEBRUARY 12 – MARCH 13, 2011 Featuring Kevin Adams, David Jourdan, Susan Marie Rhea, Mick Tinder, and Jon Townson On a chilly night in a cozy Irish pub, four friends and one



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