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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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"The Weir"
45 ratings
4.1 average rating
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2 reviews
1 stars
attended Feb 14 2011

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

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8 stars
attended Feb 19 2011

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

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0 stars
attended Feb 18 2011

A great production of a good play. The cast is top notch adding heft to a diverting and entertaining bit of writing. The story itself is a bit light but very well written. But the performers characterizations are brilliant. Kevin Adams as Jack...continued

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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 _


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.”