Posts Tagged:Rena Cherry Brown

ShowBizRadio: The Best Man

…most nostalgia exercises don’t benefit from the dark wit and satirical edge of Vidal, whose palpable delight in skewering people and institutions, along with several strong performances from the Keegan company, keep life in the old script yet.

DC Theatre Scene: The Best Man

…Keegan Theatre has staged an all-too-real political clash between between two polar opposites that asks: What good is victory, if you have to betray all your ideals to achieve it?

DC Metro Theater Arts: The Best Man

Performed by an exceptional cast and burnished with meticulous technical oversight and attention to detail, The Best Man is the most completely satisfying production I have ever seen at The Keegan Theatre.

PRESS RELEASE: The Best Man

The Keegan Theatre presents Gore Vidal’s political corker The Best Man, opening January 25 at the Andrew Keegan Theatre in Washington, DC. A play about power, ambition, political secrets, ruthlessness and the race for the presidency, Vidal’s The Best Man is set at the national convention where two candidates are vying for their party’s nomination

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.

DC Theatre Scene: August: Osage County

This play is in three acts, and is three hours and forty minutes long. When it ended, I wanted some more. Brothers and sisters, that’s good theater.



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