Josh Sticklin

The Washington Times: Cuchullain
It takes great acting to pull off a short, intense drama like this.
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The Washington Post: Cuchullain
...in Rosemary Jenkinson’s world-premiere play “Cuchullain,” an endearingly impulsive and foul-mouthed modern 19-year-old ingests drugs...
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Helen Hayes Recommends: Cuchullain
The Helen Hayes Awards has recommended Keegan’s production of Cuchullain, now playing through July 1!...
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DC Theatre Scene: Cuchullain
Those fortunate enough to catch Keegan’s world premiere of Jenkinson’s previous play Basra Boy last...
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DC Metro Theater Arts: Cuchullain
Leaping about the stage, depicting conversations with one bit character after another, and even staging...
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Washington Blade: THE WEIR and BASRA BOY
Basra Boy: "The lithe and limber Sticklin plays the 18-year-old slacker Speedy in this world...
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DC Examiner: Basra Boy
This "Basra Boy" succeeds for two reasons: Jenkinson's ability to write a humorous, poignant but...
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Washington Post: BASRA BOY
In a succinct 70 minutes that pulse with slangy lyricism, "Basra Boy" paints a vibrant...
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DC Theatre Scene: Basra Boy
"Isaac has crafted the production beautifully to make every scene fold into another with minimum...
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Review Round-Up: Basra Boy
The Washington Post "In a succinct 70 minutes that pulse with slangy lyricism, "Basra Boy"...
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Washington Post Going Out Guide: Basra Boy
In "Basra Boy," Keegan Theatre's new production, a teen aches to join the army, if...
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Washington City Paper on Basra Boy
Keegan Theatre’s One-Man Northern Irish Punk Rock War Story: "Basra Boy is a Belfast play...
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