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#1 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
The hospitality and honor that shows during the almost 2 hour event is astounding.
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#2 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
I've seen a lot of these small scale shows in the area and this one is a winner due to the wonderful energy and humor of the two "rival" magicians.
It is a really great place to go for a date or just a fun evening together with friends, much better than any play or show or musical or concert - this is unique!
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#3 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
The Kennedy Center is a superb venue for the event because the Concert Hall is beautifully appointed, has great seating throughout and the acoustics are amazing.
Great show with the Choral Arts Society of Washington with special guests Renee Fleming and Norm Lewis singing the tunes of Rodgers and Hammerstein at the Concert Hall.
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#4 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
Arlington Cemetery, Abraham Lincoln Summer Cottage, Ford's Theatre, LIncoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, MLK Jr, Vietnam Wall, Korean Wall...I am blessed to have had the opportunity to visit Washington D.C. and g...
Washington, D.C. has hundreds of attractions, but Ford's Theater is among the best - the site of important American history, and also an outstanding venue for world-class theater productions.
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#5 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
Theatre is perfect size and all great seats.
The parodies are top notch and the theater is very intimate.
#6 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
Treat yourself to a delightful evening of American theatre at Arena Stage this season!
Edward Gero shows his versatility as Scalia in "The Originalist" and then as Hasler in "The Pajama Game."
#7 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
It is a supper club and music venue for jazz and blues --many excellent shows on their roster.
Great concert.
#8 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
The outstanding Folger Shakespeare Library (and their wonderful Elizabethan stage, the edgy performances of Avant Bard, and the internationally acclaimed, Tony Award winning Shakespeare Theatre Company.
Top shows, Amazing Venue, Terrific Staff
#9 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
Recommend Metro Center as the best subway stop as it is on the exact opposite corner of the block as the theatre.
The Theater: Beautiful!
#10 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
Charming Theatre, wonderful play and Angela Lansbury was at her stage best.
The Irish Tenors is a really fun concert!
#11 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
Our family enjoyed this lighthearted, clever whodunnit comedy show done in theater in the round style!
The shows over the years have stayed current with events, always been a lot of fun and cleverly acted.
#12 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
It's one of the most inviting and comfortable venues I've ever visited, including the new Dorfman at London's National Theatre, and a notch nicer than Washington's very good Studio Theatre, which I visited in Janu...
Building is unique, theater is comfortable and there are lots of great restaurants near by for before or after the show.
#13 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
Great selection of shows throughout the year, awesome atmosphere, and the perfect size!!
Amazing concert venue with shows just about every night of the week.
#14 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
Great shows!
#16 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
Best Independent Neighborhood Theater in DC!
This venerable theater features a large screen, digital sound and an excellent snack bar.
#17 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
I'm a reasonably experienced theater goer, most of my larger-city experience in London, plus Oregon Shakespeare Festival and productions in Portland, Oregon.
They do really cool shows, and it is a great place to see shows which are different.
#18 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
And the theatre is beautifully restored and ornate - an excellent job.
The theater is beautifully restored, restrooms in the lobby are first class, and seats are comfortable.
#20 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
We saw Little Big Town, the first country concert, at the Anthem and had a wonderful time.
As for sound, I know there were hinks during the soft openings (which is why they had them), but by the Foos and and Trombone Shorty concerts everything was ironed out.
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#22 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
Comfortable seating from any vantage, Of the two shows playing Neil Grasses Tyson's Dark Universe and a little strong than the Whoopi Goldberg-narrated journey to the stars.
It is pricey but the theater is comfy and air-conditioned.
#23 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
The theater has an intimate vibe, the seats are unusually comfortable, and there's an excellent view from every seat.
My husband and I went to the Keegan Theatre for the first time recently and absolutely loved it.
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#25 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
Impressive Intimate Theater for Live Shows
We saw Darlene Love here and the theater is gorgeous, I’ll look forward to going back to see something else here soon.
#26 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
They put on a variety of shows, including Shakespeare productions, as well as this year's 3-concert season.
This is as nice a theater as any I have been in, intimate cozy and quaintly Elizabethan; not to mention the exhibition gallery.
#27 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
The stage area and seating itself is dated, but again I'm sure GW University is putting funds in Education versus their Theatre
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#29 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
This was a black box theater with seating which was really nice.
#30 of 44 Concerts & Shows in Washington DC
The theater is intimate and all of the seats are great.
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