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Nominees for 2014 WATCH Awards announced, LTA most nominated

January 19th 2015 by Lorraine Treanor Leave a Comment

In addition to the robust professional theatre scene in our area, there is a flourishing scene of community theatres, thirty one of which belong to WATCH (Washington Area Theatre Community Honors). In 2014, WATCH companies produced 111 productions.

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Keegan Theatre reveals plays for its first year in the new theatre

January 16th 2015 by Lorraine Treanor Leave a Comment

Even as construction continues on schedule for the opening of their newly renovated theatre, Keegan Theatre staff have been working out details on their upcoming season, with more announcements yet to come.

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