Posts Tagged:Michael Innocenti

Washingtonian: Cabaret

A night in Berlin on the eve of the Nazis’ rise to power doesn’t exactly sound like a good time, but for the delinquent souls at the Kit Kat Club, the party goes on . . . for the time being, at least.

BYT: Cabaret

The Keegan Theatre’s run is not your typical theatrical experience or the one that the Glee generation might be accustomed to…

A DC Metro Theater Arts Preview: Cabaret

“There are moments of great joy in discovering that our combined ideas work in execution. Then there are moments when you think, ‘I wonder what would happen if I put this pillow over your face and hold it there.’ Being able to go home and have an open debate about aspects of the show is a benefit. …”

A Washington Post Preview: Cabaret

“It’s like any relationship,” says Michael Innocenti of his co-direction of “Cabaret” at the Keegan Theatre with Christina A. Coakley. “There are times when you have to fight for what you think is right. You have to be willing to debate. And then there are other times when you have to compromise and relent…”


The Keegan Theatre kicks off 2013 with John Kander and Fred Ebb’s Tony Award-winning musical CABARET, opening January 26, 2013, at the Church Street Theater in Washington, DC.

MD Theatre Guide: All My Sons

Assembling an all-star, stellar team, director Susan Marie Rhea breathes new life into a sixty-five year old work; a timely and impactful show is reborn.

Current Productions

Learn about the productions that are currently playing and coming up next at Keegan.


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