What a wonderful place. You can see a broadway show, a play, the national city orchestra or the opera at any given time. It’s very well run and even the underground parking was reasonably priced at $23.
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Beautiful Venue - truly magnificent setting to see touring shows. Saw both the Book of Mormon and An American in Paris here, both in the Opera House. Ushers are quite nice and very helpful. Parking is expensive but plentiful with surprisingly easy in and out....More
This performance was not only terrific, the smaller "lab" theater was a perfect venue for the show. Would return again to see another show in this theater.
Visited on our own, walking through the various hallways with their wonderful displays of flags and art work. Took in a show at the free Millennium Stage. Although seating is very limited, there is a large screen above the stage showing the production, making it...More
We went to take a tour of the facilities only. The tour takes about90. Minutes. You get to see where people sit if there was a show going on. There are lots of donations of art from foreign governments which are noted. There are three...More
I'd like to point out that my fear of a crush of people getting to and from the Kennedy Center for a Holiday performance of Handles Messiah was unfounded. When we exited the Foggy Bottom metro station, there 20 yards away, was the free shuttle...More
This is our first time in the Kennedy Center for the show An American in Paris. I feel so lucky to watch this show. It was excellent! It is exciting to see so many and talented people dancing singing and acting!!! A spectacular show with...More
We have visited this center several times and have always enjoyed our selections. Last night we were fortunate to have tix for An American in Paris. This is the touring company for the 2015 Broadway redo of the 50,s film starring Gene Kelly. This performance...More