The Washington Examiner “Tony Sportiello, who wrote the book for National Pastime at Keegan Theatre, must have had fun coming up with all the silliness that constitutes the musical…National Pastime creates a platform for some excellent actors and singers….Karen is played by Katie McManus, whose vibrant voice carries the musical’s best numbers…Played as a lovable
“APRIL 2001 Must-Sees: FROM APRIL 9TH TO MAY 15TH, NATIONAL PASTIME, AT KEEGAN THEATRE AT CHURCH STREET THEATER, IN WASHINGTON, DC. There’s nothing more exciting than seeing a World Premiere Musical … It’s co-directed by Mark A. Rhea and Susan Marie Rhea, who brought us Keegan’s Helen Hayes Award-winning production of Rent, and musical directed by Jake Null … The talented cast includes so many of my favoroite DC-area actors…”
On Saturday, April 9, The Keegan Theatre opens NATIONAL PASTIME, a world premiere musical comedy written by Tony Sportiello (book) and Al Tapper (music and lyrics). A reading of NATIONAL PASTIME took place at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in New York in May 2010. Producers from Chicago and New York are joining forces with the Keegan Theater for this limited five-week engagement prior to its moving onward.
Learn about the productions that are currently playing and coming up next at Keegan.