Posts Tagged:Shadia Hafiz

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. …”

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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