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183 Star Starred
Keegan Theatre
Between 17th St NW and 18th St NW 1742 Church Street, NW Washington, DC 20036
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3.7 / 5 Rated by 11 members
Review from Jenny E
6 events 1 review

Overall I liked the play and enjoyed checking out the Keegan theater for the first time. The storyline is ambitious, and as the previous reviewer noted at times seemed to be covering too much in one play. That said, I enjoyed the interplay on...continued

reviewed Jan 08 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from jmcc
Red Velvet 129 events 58 reviews

Well staged production of a new play that contrasts an early 20th Century murder in Nelson County, Virginia, and the aftermath of the Viet Nam War. Tipped a bit toward melodrama at one time.

reviewed Jan 07 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Howard Wahlberg
24 events 4 reviews

Unfortunately, and despite game efforts on the part of the cast and director, this play just tried to bite off more than it could chew. Two intertwining and complex stories, one set in 1907, the other set in 2007, required more exposition than the...continued

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Find out more about playwright Peter Coy.


A Shadow of Honor features Keegan company members Sheri S. Herren, Michael Innocenti, Mark A. Rhea and Jon Townson, as well as Emily Levey (RENT, Dancing at Lughnasa) and Shannon Listol (Man of La Mancha) and is written by Helen Hayes Award-winner Peter Coy.  Previous works by Coy, a resident of Virginia, include A House In the Country and An Island of No Land At All, which Keegan produced in 2004.  His career has included stints as director, producer, and playwright, and he is also a co-Founder of the Hamner Theater in Nelson County, Virginia.

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