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Keegan Theatre
Between 17th St NW and 18th St NW 1742 Church Street, NW Washington, DC 20036
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19 reviews
2 stars
On weekday's parking is zoned and may be limited.
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17 stars
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"National Pastime"
40 ratings
4.0 average rating
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8 reviews
13 stars
attended Apr 09 2011

Do not miss this show! It's a hoot! I don't remember laughing so hard at any show as I did at this one. The performers are tops and the band is superb.........first rate on every level. The set, the costumes, the music and the...continued

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41 reviews
1 stars
attended Apr 09 2011

I really wanted to like this show, and at its core is a very good and novel idea, but it just doesn't work in its current form. It might work well as a screwball comedy with a tighter plot, fewer characters, and a better, more realistic ending,...continued

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3 reviews
4 stars
attended Apr 14 2011

I absolutely LOVED this production!!!! Sharp direction, great cast, great set, lights, costumes, and a very small, but nicely played orchestra. All in the intimate space at Keegan. This production team nailed the style of the piece! It is just...continued

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*Tony Sportiello *(Book) is the author of several plays, including LOL, The Bet, Tickets, Please!, The Valley of Fear, The Grandfather Paradox, Second Chance, Love On Trial, Star Power and_ The Summer of Katya_.  Tony’s plays National Pastime and Contract Time are in the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame Library in Cooperstown, NY.  Tony is the Artistic Director of Algonquin Theater Productions and the producer of the hit shows Sessions, An Evening at The Carlyle and Shel Silverstein’s The Devil and Billy Markham. *

Al Tapper* (Music and Lyrics) wrote the book, music and lyrics for the Off-Broadway show Sessions, which ran for fourteen months in New York and is currently playing in Guadalajara, Mexico.  _Sessions _is the first Off-Broadway show ever to play in Guadalajara, a city of five million people.  He is also the creator of the Off-Broadway shows _An Evening at The Carlyle _and Imperfect Chemistry.  His plays include Bettinger’s Luggage and Conversations with Max.