Susan Marie Rhea

YOGA PLAY by Dipika Guha. Photo: Cameron Whitman
Washington City Paper Review: YOGA PLAY
Yoga Play [written by Calcutta-born Dipika Guha and published in 2017], which makes its regional...
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YOGA PLAY by Dipika Guha. Photo: Cameron Whitman
Washington Post Review: YOGA PLAY
Radiating authority and callous, blinkered ambition, tempered by moments of vulnerability, Katie McManus’s Joan is...
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YOGA PLAY by Dipika Guha. Photo: Cameron Whitman
DC Metro Theater Arts Review: YOGA PLAY
“What is yoga?” Dipika Guha’s Yoga Play, now at Keegan through April 23, attempts to answer...
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YOGA PLAY by Dipika Guha. Photo: Mike Kozemchak
Announcing the Cast and Team for YOGA PLAY
February 26, 2021: The Keegan Theatre is pleased to announce the cast and creative team...
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GOOD PEOPLE by David Lindsay-Abaire. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
WTOP: Keegan Theatre Presents GOOD PEOPLE to Kick Off 25th Anniversary Season
Dupont Circle’s prolific Keegan Theatre is celebrating its 25th anniversary season. “Twenty five years is...
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GOOD PEOPLE by David Lindsay-Abaire. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
DC Metro Theater Arts Review: GOOD PEOPLE
The Keegan Theatre kicks off its 25th Anniversary Season this year. Their first production, David...
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GOOD PEOPLE by David Lindsay-Abaire. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
Maryland Theatre Guide Review: GOOD PEOPLE
Good People, which opens Keegan Theatre’s 25th Anniversary Season, is a play about rough-edged people...
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GOOD PEOPLE by David Lindsay-Abaire. Photo: Cameron Whitman Photography
Broadway World Review: GOOD PEOPLE
The gritty absurdities of Good People ring wicked true, class distinctions scraping up against each...
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WOMXN ON FIRE FESTIVAL
Keegan’s Boiler Room Series Announces WOMXN on Fire Festival
2020 Festival Features the Talents of 70+ DMV Theatre Artists March 3, 2020: Keegan’s Boiler...
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Boy
The Washington Post: BOY
Looking back as a 20-something, Adam Turner remembers his high school prom as agony. He...
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Boy
DC Metro Theater Arts: BOY
“Oh, god. Maybe it didn’t work,” the mother exclaims in alarm. It’s the moment in...
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Boy
Broadway World: BOY
Keegan Theatre's fine production of the 90 minute Boy [is] directed with skill and compassion...
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