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GOOD PEOPLE by David Lindsay-Abaire. Photo: Chisel and Brand LLC
Washington Post: Keegan Theatre Aims to Confound Expectations with Season Opener GOOD PEOPLE
Is live theater a useful vehicle for tackling issues of racism, sexism and inequality? Josh...
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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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AIRNESS
Washington Post: AIRNESS
In Airness, the axes are invisible but the play is loud It’s a good thing...
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West By God
The Washington Post: WEST BY GOD
Brandon McCoy's WEST BY GOD stands tall at the divide of rural and urban America...
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The Washington Post: RIPCORD
David Lindsay-Abaire is up to his old tricks again in "Ripcord," a zany comedy about...
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The Washington Post: THE BALTIMORE WALTZ
Excellent cast steps up in THE BALTIMORE WALTZ The Baltimore Waltz prances in circles around...
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The Washington Post: AS YOU LIKE IT
The Shakespeare reinvention game is at full throttle in Washington now ... so why not...
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The Washington Post: THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY
“Bridges” can be ravishing, and the ace in this staging is Susan Derry, whose operatic...
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The Washington Post: OTHER LIFE FORMS
Swipe right on the dating comedy 'Other Life Forms' The blind-date comedy “Other Life Forms”...
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The Washington Post: CHICAGO
If there’s a bulletproof musical, “Chicago” is it. The John Kander-Fred Ebb-Bob Fosse masterpiece has...
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Washington Post: STONES IN HIS POCKETS
Keegan Theatre has put a nice polish on the 1990s “Stones in His Pockets,” Marie...
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Washington Post: Steel Magnolias
‘Steel Magnolias’ cathartic for mourning mother and daughter stars by Jane Horwitz Sheri Herren says...
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