The Keegan Theatre

The mission of The Keegan Theatre is powerful productions of classic and modern plays and musicals, offered to the community at affordable, neighborhood prices. Our work is fueled by the highest caliber acting and design, scripts that put real people out there on the stark edges of life, and a directing approach that honors clear, authentic storytelling.

HAMLETTE (December Lottery)
Presented by: The Keegan Theatre
Being a teenager would be hard enough for Hamlette anyway -- but add in a visit from her father’s ghost, her mother marrying her murdered father's brother (her uncle!), and no one remembering she's a girl, it’s enough to make poor Hamlette go mad. HAMLETTE takes the classic Shakespeare play, throws it in a blender, and shakes it up into a side- splitting comedy told in under an hour with only five actors. Additional workshop add-ons available.
Date: 1/30/17 (December Lottery)
Time: 11:00am
Length of Event: 1 hour
Location: The Keegan Theatre
1742 Church Street NW
Washington DC 20009
Discipline: Theater
Curriculum Connections: Language Arts
Grades: 5-8

for Hamlette

AHFES IN-SCHOOL PLACEMENT

BRIGHT STARS RESIDENCY (December Lottery) 
Presented by: The Keegan Theatre
 The Keegan Theatre will provide teaching artists for a program in which students will devise a theatrical piece using spoken word, monologues, scenes, visual arts, and music to perform in front of parents at The Keegan Theatre. Ideally, the theme of the piece is based on humanities explored in school. This is a 10 workshop option
Discipline/Focus: Humanities, Music/Music Production, Dance, Theater, Spoken Word
Curriculum Connections: English/Language Arts, History and Geography, Diversity
Grades: 6-12
Cost: $1,000 for a 10 workshop residency

for Bright Stars Residency

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