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Latest News on Jeremy Keith Hunter:
1st Stage Extends MLIMA'S TALE (Sep 22, 2022)

Review: MLIMA'S TALE at 1st Stage Theatre (Sep 21, 2022)

BWW Review: SIDE-WALKS at Solas Nua (Aug 12, 2021)

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1st Stage Extends MLIMA'S TALE

1st Stage has announced the extension of Mlima's Tale, written by Lynn Nottage and directed by José Carrasquillo.

Review: MLIMA'S TALE at 1st Stage Theatre

1st Stage's production of Mlima's Tale, directed by José Carrasquillo, is a surreal approach to what happens to Mlima after his death.

BWW Review: SIDE-WALKS at Solas Nua

Written by Jeremy Keith Hunter, a DC-based multidisciplinary artist, and John King, a theatre-maker from Dublin, Side-Walks is a “visual short story about finding yourself after a year of isolation” and is the culmination of a pandemic-long collaboration between the two playwrights and Solas Nua.

BWW Review: ((EMOJI PLAY)) at Solas Nua Theatre

I've been as hungry for new shows as I'm sure many theater fans have been. And this particular show has the creativity, resourcefulness, and talent to bring us what we've been missing. But the underdeveloped back story, the shaky premise, and the technical issues make the experience fall short of the expectations the production's potential sets for it.


Solas Nua has commissioned a series of digital plays from African-American playwright Jeremy Keith Hunter and Irish playwright John King. Their first collaboration asks us to consider how language, specifically GIFs and emojis, can be used to forge connection is our digital world.

1st Stage Announces New Commission Of Solo Work From Brilliant Playwrights And Creators 

During this uncertain time for the nation and the arts community, 1st Stage remains committed to creating diverse, modern work by leading playwrights and performers. Despite the prolonged theatre closure necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, the company delights in bringing you the same quality of beautiful, emotional, relatable stories that you could have otherwise seen on our stage.

THE BAND'S VISIT, JITNEY, And More Nominated for 2020 Helen Hayes Awards

Tonight, at a celebration honoring theatre excellence on stages across the Washington area, theatre artists, administrators, patrons, and special guests gathered in the National Theatre's Helen Hayes Gallery for theatreWashington's announcement of nominees for the 36th Annual Helen Hayes Awards, which will be presented on Monday, May 18 at an event at the Anthem.

Photo Flash: First Look at PROOF at Everyman Theatre

Proof recently opened at Everyman Theatre and we've got a first look! Check out photos from the production below!

Review Roundup: What Did Critics Think of PROOF at Everyman Theatre?

Proof recently opened at Everyman Theatre in Baltimore and the reviews are in! Find out what the critics had to say.

BWW Review: PROOF at The Everyman Theatre

At the Everyman Theatre, director Paige Hernandez delivers a beautifully rendered revival of David Auburn's play PROOF which won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2001. Nearly twenty years later, the issues and dilemmas it presents remain relevant and riveting.

Everyman Announces Upcoming Salon Series

2019 marks the fifth year of Everyman Theatre's innovative and exciting Salon Series. These play parties showcase emerging female playwrights and are directed by women from Everyman's Resident Company over select Monday nights this fall.

BWW Review: Outstanding Acting Propels WSC Avant Bard's TOPDOG/UNDERDOG

For once, being conned is all it is cracked up to be.

Photo Flash: First Look at Avant Bard's TOPDOG/UNDERDOG

Avant Bard presents the acclaimed dark comedy TOPDOG/UNDERDOG by Suzan-Lori Parks, starring Louis E. Davis and Jeremy Keith Hunterand directed by DeMone Seraphin. The pl­ay-a tensely funny and dead serious tragicomedy about two African American brothers grappling for destiny-won Parks the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for drama, and the New York Times named it the best American play of the last 25 years.

Avant Bard Announces Sudden Casting Change For TOPDOG/UNDERDOG

Avant Bard has announced that Khalil Kain has had to withdraw from the cast of TOPDOG/UNDERDOG due to unforeseen personal circumstances. But Avant Bard is happy to announce that Jeremy Keith Hunter has joined the production. Jeremy will play opposite Louis E. Davis in the Pulitzer Prize-winning dark comedy by Suzan-Lori Parks about two African American brothers grappling for destiny. The production runs from March 14 to April 14, 2019, at Gunston Arts Center Theatre Two in Arlington.

BWW Review: DC-Area Premiere of Fugard's THE PAINTED ROCKS AT REVOLVER CREEK at MetroStage

For more than 60 years, Athol Fugard has helped us explore South Africa through his complex, flawed, and empathetic characters. He is one of the most significant voices of our time. Fugard's most recent work, The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek, makes its DC-area premiere at MetroStage. When Producing Artistic Director Carolyn Griffin slated The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek as MetroStage's season opener, little did she know that an August tweet would thrust South African farm ownership and race relations firmly back into the world spotlight.


Andromeda Breaks and The City Of... are two great pieces of new writing to add to your Fringe schedule!

BWW Review: Mosaic Theater Brings Back Thought-Provoking HOODED, OR BEING BLACK FOR DUMMIES

If, like me, you missed Mosaic Theater Company's HOODED, OR BEING BLACK FOR DUMMIES last season, here's your second chance: a remount, featuring almost all of the original cast, has arrived by popular demand. As timely as ever, it uses elements of realism, surrealism, and Greek mythology to convey what it's like to be a young black man in America at this very moment. I've called plays from Mosaic "essential viewing" before, and that description certainly applies here.

BWW Review: The Origin Of Television Takes Center Stage in THE FARNSWORTH INVENTION at 1st Stage

As directed by Alex Levy, THE FARNSWORTH INVENTION is theatrically inventive and mostly compelling recounting of of Farnsworth and Sarnoff's parallel stories. The production is also performed by a skillful company of actors who take the audience on this little known historical journey.

Photo Flash: First Look at 1st Stage's THE FARNSWORTH INVENTION

In his return to playwriting, celebrated film and television writer Aaron Sorkin's signature style lends itself to the remarkable story of the invention that changed our lives. In 1929, two ambitious visionaries race against each other to invent a device called "television." Separated by two thousand miles, each knows that if he stops working, even for a moment, the other will gain the edge. Who will unlock the key to the greatest innovation of the 20th century: the ruthless media mogul, or the selftaught Idaho farm boy? The answer comes to compelling life in the regional premiere of this "firecracker of a play" (The Chicago Sun-Times).

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