Posts Tagged:Washington Examiner


The devil: Always in the details By: Barbara Mackay Special to The Washington Examiner The first scene of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” gets down to business immediately: The Rev. Samuel Parris (Colin Smith) has seen some girls dancing naked in the moonlight, and now his daughter, Betty, is lying unconscious. Rumors have begun to circulate

The Examiner: Steel Magnolias

“Steel Magnolias” by Robert Harling exists in that narrow corridor between sentiment and sentimentality. When not carefully directed and acted, it offers opportunities for maudlin comments on the unfairness of life. But in a solid production, like the Keegan Theatre’s current offering, honest feeling prevails over bathos and banality. Although there is a central character

Current Productions

Learn about the productions that are currently playing and coming up next at Keegan.


Looking for Keegan productions for kids and families? See what’s next onstage from Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA!