DC Metro Theater Arts

GOOD PEOPLE by David Lindsay-Abaire. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
DC Metro Theater Arts Review: GOOD PEOPLE
The Keegan Theatre kicks off its 25th Anniversary Season this year. Their first production, David...
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Fall Rep
DC Metro Theater Arts: TRANS AM and FROM GUMBO TO MUMBO
In two live shows at Keegan Theatre, a trans woman and two Black men get...
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Boy
DC Metro Theater Arts: BOY
“Oh, god. Maybe it didn’t work,” the mother exclaims in alarm. It’s the moment in...
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AIRNESS
DC Metro Theater Arts: AIRNESS
In uproarious ‘Airness’ at Keegan Theatre, the rock ‘n’ roll is unreal A show full...
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West By God
DC Metro Theater Arts: WEST BY GOD
The economic and social plight of America’s white rural working class has been the subject...
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DC Metro Theater Arts: LEGALLY BLONDE
In this summer of our discontent – what with unchecked climate change, racist politics, and...
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DC Metro Theater Arts: RIPCORD
The cute little old ladies are up to something at the sunny nursing home. They...
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DC Metro Theater Arts: GOD OF CARNAGE
Yasmina Reza’s Tony Award-winning God of Carnage is a cautionary tale for modern times. Written in French...
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DCMTA Magic Time: GOD OF CARNAGE
The set foreshadows the coming fracas.  There’s a fault line down the middle where this...
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DC Metro Theater Arts: HANDS ON A HARDBODY
Keegan Theater, renowned for its slam-dunk productions of well-known musicals such as Chicago, Hair, and...
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DC Metro Theater Arts: CHICAGO
With its snappy-saucy take on Chicago, The Keegan Theatre shows it knows how to give an audience...
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DC Metro Theater Arts: AN IRISH CAROL
Now in its seventh year, the Keegan Theatre’s annual production of Matthew J. Keenan’s An Irish...
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