When the Keegan ceased all in-theater and in-school programming, it began assessing ways to offer Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA (revelry or merrymaking in Gaelic – a party you don't want to miss) for young children and families, and weekly online education classes taught by professional teaching artists for a variety of age groups. Virtual summer camp began in June (with scholarships available for those in need), a welcome opportunity for stir-crazy children to engage in creative activities – and give their parents a break. The Boiler Room Series, named for the location in which it was first held, will likely include new works, readings, cabarets, and festivals – virtual as necessary, in-person when possible. In 2020-21 the Keegan is focusing on plays with small casts and hoping to reopen with the lost spring season. Here's to Hedwig and the Angry Inch. May he reappear.
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