Keegan Theatre

10/10 - 11/13

The Magic Tree

Matthew J. Keenan and Colin Smith direct this production of Ursula Rani Sarma's would-be love story about a man and woman who begin to connect while seeking shelter in a forgotten summer home. Part of the Women's Voices Theater Festival.
10/17 - 11/14

The Dealer of Ballynafeigh

Abigail Isaac Fine directs this production of Rosemary Jenkinson's play about a man who is forced to bring his mother along while he tracks down the dealer who sold bad drugs to his boss's comatose niece.
12/12 - 12/31

An Irish Carol

The theater presents Matthew Keenan's Dickens-inspired holiday play about a well-to-do pub owner who is reminded of his humanity by visitors from his past, present and future.
1/16/16 - 2/13/16

Picasso at the Lapin Agile

Steve Martin imagines a conversation between Picasso and Einstein before they were famous.

Editorial Review

One of the most charming theatrical spaces in Washington, and the home of the Keegan Theatre, the present-day Church Street Theater is housed in a mid-19th-century brick building that originally served as the gymnasium for the Holton Arms School. The exposed brick walls and lofty ceiling of the interior make for a warm, intimate performing space, which contains a few more than 115 seats.

-- Lloyd Rose and Brad Hathaway