In assembling his cast for Washington DC-based Keegan Theatre’s production of A Few Good Men, director Jeremy Skidmore was keen to distance the hit Broadway play from the subsequent hugely successful 1992 film version starring Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson and Demi Moore. “The first thing I did was to cast an Iranian-American actor in the
Most people will be familiar with the work from the hugely successful 1992 film version starring Tom Cruise, Demi Moore, and Jack Nicholson, but the play has also proved a big hit with audiences, running for nearly 500 performances on Broadway. [Playwright Aaron] Sorkin got the idea for the play from his sister who had
Jeremy Skidmore and the actors at Keegan Theatre are reason enough to head to Church Street to see Aaron Sorkin’s courtroom drama A Few Good Men. Skidmore’s direction and the strong performances by the acting company elevate a standard court room drama into a compelling must-see event.
The play that made Sorkin a beloved and then divisive brand still cuts a dashing figure in its dress whites, and Jeremy Skidmore’s new production for Keegan Theatre has a physical kineticism to match its author’s impressive (and self-impressed) verbal brio.
Jon Hudson Odom plays Dawson with an unwavering air of outraged nobility. His jaw is always set, his chin is always raised, his eyes are always narrowed by indignation.
… there’s an impressive physical dynamism to the Keegan Theatre’s A Few Good Men. Sitting in the audience, you can almost feel the military establishment bustling around you.
…The Keegan Theatre’s fresh new Few Good Men is the most relevant and resonant theater event going on in DC.
A Few Good Men at The Keegan Theater is a remarkable production. Be sure to see this great interpretation and this incredible cast.
The Keegan Theatre is thrilled to announce its line-up for the 2012-2013 season, the company’s sixteenth.
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