Posts Tagged:Matthew Keenan

MD Theatre Guide: The Woman in Black

The Woman in Black is definitely that theatrical rarity. For the occasionally spine tingling, tongue-in-cheek, ghostly night in the theatre, you should see this very well done production.

DC Metro Theater Arts: AN IRISH CAROL

The Keegan Theatre’s An Irish Carol is destined to become one of the not-to-be missed DC holiday institutions. This production, the second annual, is a smashing success.

The Washington Post: An Irish Carol

Trust the Irish to put a bit of grain in the eggnog. “An Irish Carol” from the Keegan Theatre is sweet and cheerfully profane, a modest little 80-minute riff on Dickens set in a dingy, modern Dublin pub. This new play by Matthew J. Keenan is best when nothing much is happening …  On Christmas

DC Theatre Scene: An Irish Carol

Matthew J. Keenan’s new play, An Irish Carol just opened at Keegan Theatre, has a gritty realism that is unmatched among the holiday fare now playing in the DC area; it’s as bracing as a shot of Bushmills… (Kevin Adams), the middle-aged owner of an Irish pub, is a bitter, ill-tempered man who has managed to

MD Theatre Guide: An Irish Carol

Sometimes you walk into a theatre and you see a great set on stage and go “WOW!!” The Keegan Theatre’s world premiere of An Irish Carol looks great. Director and Set Designer Mark A. Rhea has designed his Irish bar setting to have everything in it – including beer taps at the bar that actually

Theatre in DC: An Irish Carol

The Keegan Theatre presents a world premiere by Dublin native and Keegan company member Matthew J. Keenan. In what Keegan hopes will be a new holiday tradition for DC audiences, An Irish Carol runs December 3- 31, 2011 at the Church Street Theater. Set in a modern Dublin pub, An Irish Carol is an homage

Washington Blade: THE WEIR and BASRA BOY

Basra Boy: “The lithe and limber Sticklin plays the 18-year-old slacker Speedy in this world premiere of a play by Belfast native Rosemary Jenkinson.” The Weir: “Skillfully directed by Keegan’s founding artistic director, Mark A. Rhea, it co-stars his wife, the astonishingly talented Susan Marie Rhea …”

DCist: “A Shadow of Honor”

After you walk into the cavernous converted church to see A Shadow of Honor, the new play by Peter Coy being premiered by Keegan Theatre one of the first things you see is a rifle hanging above the fireplace in an old Virginia homestead. Later, when this rifle is taken down, you see that it

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