Josh Sticklin

MD Theatre Guide: A Midsummer Night’s Riot
A Midsummer Night’s Riot brings a superior force in storytelling together with youthful exuberance.
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BroadwayWorld.com: A Midsummer Night’s Riot
...this is a worthwhile play to see for young middle-class males living in a place...
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DC Theatre Scene: A Midsummer Night’s Riot
[Josh] Sticklin, who has become a master of the one-actor show – Cuchullain and Basra Boy (both byMidsummer Night’s...
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DC Metro Theater Arts: A Midsummer Night’s Riot
Watching the world premiere of A Midsummer Night’s Riot is like watching theatrical lighting strike....
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PRESS RELEASE: A Midsummer Night’s Riot
The Keegan Theatre closes out its 17th season with the world premiere A Midsummer Night's...
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The Washington Post: HAIR
As Keegan Theatre proves in its faithful revival, the musical “Hair” can work in a...
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Magic Time!: HAIR
...at The Keegan Theatre, it’s the best contact high in town.
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DC Theatre Scene: HAIR
Flower power is in full bloom at the Keegan Theatre and it’s pretty damn groovy.
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Broadwayworld.com: HAIR
HAIR has some very dark moments, but the joyful exuberance of the cast and the...
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MD Theatre Guide: HAIR
...Keegan’s production of the famed show has found a perfect home and a cast rippling...
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DC Theatre Scene: An Irish Carol
Not your father's Christmas Carol.
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Washington City Paper: Cuchullain
Cuchullain is the third effort by Belfast playwright Rosemary Jenkinson to make its world premiere...
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