Posts Tagged:Karen Novack

DC Metro Theater Arts: BOY

“Oh, god. Maybe it didn’t work,” the mother exclaims in alarm. It’s the moment in this hold-your-breath drama when she realizes the gender experiment done on her child, one of two identical twins born male, had been a horrendous failure. The play by Anna Ziegler, titled Boy, was inspired by a true story. The riveting

Broadway World: BOY

Keegan Theatre’s fine production of the 90 minute Boy [is] directed with skill and compassion by Susan Marie Rhea. John Jones leads Rhea’s excellent cast in a noteworthy professional debut. Jones must play Adam Turner as both a child and as a young adult; and the range of emotions called for is also extensive. Jones

Cast and Team Announced for Anna Ziegler’s BOY at The Keegan Theatre

DC Premiere Begins Performances February 7, Special Event February 24 December 20, 2019: The Keegan Theatre kicks off 2020 with the DC premiere of Anna Ziegler’s BOY, opening February 7 and running through March 7, 2020, at the Andrew Keegan Theatre in Washington, DC. BOY is directed by Keegan Artistic Director Susan Marie Rhea. The

Keegan Theatre Presents DC Premiere of UNNECESSARY FARCE

January 4, 2018: The Keegan Theatre opens 2018 with the Washington, DC premiere of Paul Slade Smith’s award-winning stage comedy, UNNECESSARY FARCE. Opening on January 23, this delightfully hilarious comedy is directed by Ray Ficca and features actors Jon Townson, Noah Shaefer, Mario Baldessari, Karen Novack, Emily Levey, Jenna Lawrence, and Christopher Herring. Ray Ficca most recently appeared

The Washington Examiner: August: Osage County

For all the fire-breathing, balled-fist bellowing and insult-imbibing wrath conjured up in Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” it all melts down to merely hollow trumpeting compared to Letts’ explosive masterpiece.

Washingtonian: August: Osage County

Keegan has produced a gripping and delicate portrayal of a family on the brink. Three and a half hours dripping in the weighty heat of conflict and resolution has never felt more refreshing.

Broadway World: August: Osage County

…the Keegan Theatre has the director and The Acting Company to serve the play and demonstrate what a masterpiece AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY really is.

The Washington Post: August: Osage County

Packed with dysfunctional-family melodrama and satisfying zingers, “August: Osage County” chronicles the clashes and revelations that roil Violet’s household after her husband, Beverly, an alcoholic poet, mysteriously disappears.



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