TrueTheatergoer has awarded Quotidian Theatre Company $10,000 and The Keegan Theatre $5,000 because their audiences wrote and submitted the most reviews this past year to TrueTheatergoer.
“Quotidian and Keegan are excellent examples of theaters with fine management who put on quality productions which are so recognized by their patrons. Both are very deserving of these awards which reflect their efforts to broaden the base of theatergoers in the Washington, DC community,” says TrueTheatergoer’s co-founder John Hauge.
Quotidian Theatre Company is performing The Birds through August 11, 2013 at Quotidian Theatre Company at The Writer’s Center – 4508 Walsh Street, in Bethesda, MD. For tickets, call 1-800-838-3006 Ext.1/Ask for Quotidian Theatre, or purchase them online. Their upcoming three show 2013-2014 season includes Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh, Brian Friel’s Faith Healer, and Conor McPherson’s The Veil.
The Keegan Theatre (soon to become the Andrew Keegan Theatre) recently purchased Church Street Theater, which is undergoing a major renovation. In their campaign In Good Company they are reaching out to the theatre community to help them raise the $4 million needed to complete the renovation. They are about to open a new production of Aaron Sorkin’s A Few Good Men, which plays from August 10th through September 7th. For tickets, purchase them online, or call the box office at (703) 892-0202.
The Keegan Theatre’s upcoming 2013-2014 season includes productions of The Sunshine Boys by Neil Simon, The Woman in Black by by Stephen Mallatratt, An Irish Carol by Matthew Keenan, The Best Man by Gore Vidal, Hair by James Rado and Gerome Ragni with music by Galt MacDermot, Things You Shouldn’t Say Past Midnight by Peter Ackerman, and A Midsummer Night’s Riot by Rosemary Jenkinson.
“My brother Stephen and I created the TrueTheatergoer.com website in October 2011 to promote theater in Washington, DC and on Broadway by providing an enriching collection of information on current shows and composite audience reviews and ratings of these shows. Our hope is to further develop a community excited about theater and willing to write short comments of shows so others can benefit from their experiences.”
TrueTheatergoer also awards its readers every month when they award the reader who contributes the most reviews that month a gift certificate for $100 worth of theatre tickets. And that could be you! So after seeing a show, don’t forget to review your show on TrueTheatergoer.com.