Venue Details

183 Star Starred
Keegan Theatre
Between 17th St NW and 18th St NW 1742 Church Street, NW Washington, DC 20036
202-265-3767
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4.1 / 5 Rated by 45 members
Review from vdrio
4 events 2 reviews

I really enjoyed the play. It was interesting and funny and a little spooky. It was a good night out and I highly recommend.

reviewed Feb 14 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member
17 events 12 reviews

If you love Irish accents and can take a frequent F bomb, it was very funny and a well written play. The set was fantastic too.

reviewed Mar 04 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Toilet Race
19 events 17 reviews

The play started out slowly. Initially the accents were hard to understand but you quickly get acclimated. It was entertaining but not as scary as I thought it would be. The acting was decent. The older gentlemen were GREAT and younger man and...continued

reviewed Feb 19 2011 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

“. . .beautiful and devious”  —_The New York Times _
“a quietly moving play composed of the kind of personal ghost stories that haunt us all … ”  —_Chicago Tribune _

Description

Featuring Kevin Adams, David Jourdan, Susan Marie Rhea, Mick Tinder, and Jon Townson

On a chilly night in a cozy Irish pub, four friends and one stranger form a redemptive circle of friendship through a round of conversation and storytelling.

The Keegan Theatre’s connection to Ireland and Irish theater is well recognized – since its founding, the company has produced more than 20 Irish works – and is highlighted by the company’s annual Ireland tour.  “Anytime we approach an Irish play, our pulse quickens a bit,” says Mark Rhea. “Simply put: It’s our first and greatest love, and something that Keegan has a history of doing exceptionally well. Thanks to the annual tour to Ireland, we have a close relationship with Irish artists, and a deep, hands-on appreciation of Irish culture and history, as well as a familiarity and comfort level in approaching these plays.” 

<em>Fickle: A Fancy French Farce</em> <em>James and the Giant Peach Jr.</em> <em>Fun Home</em> Cherry Blossom/Springtime Harbor Cruise <em>Caroline, or Change</em> <em>Georgetown's Famous Folks and Buildings</em> Tour