Michael Innocenti

The Washington Post: All My Sons
Arthur Miller’s absorbing drama explores the moral choices, and outcomes, by a family after WWII.
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DC Metro Theater Arts: All My Sons
Director Susan Marie Rhea has propelled an impressive cast of players to show the cracks...
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Washingtonian: All My Sons
3 out of 4 stars!
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A Washington Post Preview: All My Sons
Though the show leaves no source of sadness unexamined — guilt, grief, envy, rage —...
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DC Theatre Scene: All My Sons
It doesn’t take much to reach across the footlights at Keegan but it could be...
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PRESS RELEASE: All My Sons
The Keegan Theatre presents Arthur Miller's Tony Award-winning play All My Sons, opening November 3,...
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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...
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Washingtonian: August: Osage County
Keegan has produced a gripping and delicate portrayal of a family on the brink. Three...
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Broadway World: August: Osage County
...the Keegan Theatre has the director and The Acting Company to serve the play and...
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The Washington Post: August: Osage County
Packed with dysfunctional-family melodrama and satisfying zingers, “August: Osage County” chronicles the clashes and revelations...
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Helen Hayes Recommends: August: Osage County
The Helen Hayes Awards has recommended Keegan’s production of August: Osage County, now playing through...
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DC Theatre Scene: August: Osage County
This play is in three acts, and is three hours and forty minutes long. When...
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