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Ken Kemp

Ken Kemp


Ken Kemp is an actor, director, and producer who has been active in Washington and Baltimore theatre for over 20 years. His work includes Equity and non-Equity, as well independent film and television.


Review: INTO THE WOODS at Signature Theatre
November 23, 2022

Into the Woods has captured pure theatre magic, and it's the perfect holiday show for the whole family. A production this unique and special is very rare, so make plans to see it before it closes.

Review: GUYS AND DOLLS at Eisenhower Theatre At The Kennedy Center
October 13, 2022

Broadway Center Stage brings one of the greatest shows of the Golden Age of Musicals to the Kennedy Center's Eisenhower Theatre for a limited engagement.

Review: TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL at National Theatre
October 12, 2022

TINA takes you behind the scenes of the icon's inspirational story, and recreates the power and energy of her live performances.

Review: THE GOOD DOCTOR at Washington Stage Guild
October 3, 2022

WSG's The Good Doctor runs through October 23rd, and this production gets it right with standout performances from a tight knit cast.

Review: STING at Filene Center At Wolf Trap
September 7, 2022

The legendary rocker still brings it - his 'My Songs' tour is lean, mean and clean. Legendary rocker Sting took a break from stadiums to bring his My Songs tour to the more intimate Filene Center at Wolf Trap on Saturday night (for the second of three sold-out shows), and he put on the perfect summertime show.

Review: DEAR EVAN HANSEN at Eisenhower Theatre At The Kennedy Center
September 3, 2022

Catch the national tour of the six-time Tony Award winning musical on the Kennedy Center's Eisenhower Stage through September 25th.

Review: THE MUSIC MAN at Olney Theatre Center
July 8, 2022

This new take on a beloved classic is fun and family friendly.

June 9, 2022

The magical, whimsical world of Dredgie McGee will delight children and adults alike. Don't miss this wonderful romp under the sea.

BWW Review: DRUMFOLK at Arena Stage
June 7, 2022

Drumfolk is a feast for all of the senses, with an incredibly talented ensemble of artists.  

BWW Review: COME FROM AWAY at The National Theatre
April 14, 2022

Read our critic's review - The National Tour of Come From Away is playing this week at The National Theatre, bringing all of the joy and magic of the Broadway production with it.

BWW Review: OKLAHOMA! National Tour at Eisenhower Theatre At The Kennedy Center
April 9, 2022

See what our critic had to think. This ain't your mama's Oklahoma! It ain't Rodgers and Hammerstein's, either. It's what you'd get if Andy Warhol and Robert Mapplethorpe dropped acid and decided to re-write a classic of musical theatre.

BWW Review: NAT TURNER IN JERUSALEM at Next Stop Theatre Company
April 5, 2022

Nat Turner in Jerusalem is inspiring, and enlightening. It will make you look at the story of this painful moment in our history in a new light.

BWW Review: CATCH ME IF YOU CAN at Arena Stage
March 21, 2022

An energetic, joyful night of escapist fun. Read our BWW critic's review.

BWW Review: GIRLS OF MADISON STREET at Creative Cauldron
February 20, 2022

This well crafted, world premiere piece by Iyona Blake is a compelling look into the lives of four African American sisters and the family bonds that help them through the challenges and life changes they face.

BWW Review: DAPHNE'S DIVE at Signature Theatre
February 11, 2022

Signature Theatre reopens their intimate space with a gripping and gritty look at the denizens of a neighborhood bar in north Philly.

BWW Review: THE SIMON AND GARFUNKEL STORY at The National Theatre
February 2, 2022

The Simon and Garfunkel Story is an evening of wonderful music and nostalgia.See what BWW's critic thinks about this production.

BWW Review: THE PROM at Eisenhower Theatre At The Kennedy Center
January 8, 2022

The Prom, playing at the Kennedy Center's Eisenhower Theater through January 16th, is an old school, classic Broadway Musical that is a must see.

BWW Review: KANSAS at Capital One Hall
December 22, 2021

Kansas brought their Point of Know Return tour to the Capital One Hall in Tysons, Virginia on Sunday, December 19th, highlighted by a retrospective, full performance of the most popular album in the Kansas canon.

BWW Review: CORDUROY at Imagination Stage
December 21, 2021

Everybody needs a friend, and finding out if Lisa and Corduroy will become forever friends is theatrical magic.

BWW Review: THE WASHINGTON CHORUS A CANDLELIGHT CHRISTMAS at The Music Center At Strathmore / Kennedy Center Concert Hall
December 17, 2021

A Candlelight Christmas is a warm and welcoming way to spend a holiday evening, with something for everyone to enjoy.