Posts Tagged:Mark A. Rhea

PRESS RELEASE: Keegan Theatre Renovation Update

The Keegan Theatre broke ground on long-anticipated renovations to its Church Street venue on August 18, 2014. The $4.0 million project, designed by Stoiber and Associates, is led by local contractor ThinkMakeBuild.

Clare Art Beat: A Few Good Men

Keegan Theatre Company, from Washington D.C. has been touring their production of military courtroom drama ‘A Few Good Men’ across Ireland, playing five theatres in four weeks (and from looking at their website, enjoying the odd pint of Guinness too!). …The company, under director Jeremy Skidmore, treated patrons in Glór to an engrossing show staged

The Washington Post: A Few Good Men – Ireland Edition

As a drama student at Catholic University, Brianna Letourneau had the good fortune to spend the summer of 2007 studying theater in Ireland. Hearing plays by Brian Friel, John Millington Synge and other Irish dramatists performed by actors in their native accents was euphoric for a collegiate thespian. But perhaps more inspiring, on a practical

The Connacht Tribune: A Few Good Men

The line ‘you can’t handle the truth’, as famously snarled by Jack Nicholson playing Colonel Jessep in the award-winning 1992 film, A Few Good Men, has become the one of the most famous movie quotes of all times. Now, the original stage version is coming to Galway’s Town Hall Theatre in a production by Washington

The Galway Advertiser: A Few Good Men

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

DC Theatre Scene: “We own this building!”

Mark Rhea was rehearsing an emotional moment in Rabbit Hole – a difficult, heartbreaking play and next on the Keegan agenda – with his real-life wife, Susan. “It was this high-tension scene,” Rhea explained later. “I was in it with my wonderful wife, and suddenly I thought – we own this building!”

Metro Weekly: HAIR

”I feel like it’s one of the greatest achievements of our career,” says Keegan Theatre’s Susan Rhea of the company’s current production of Hair. ”I feel more proud than I’ve ever felt of anything.”



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