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Washington's Arena Stage offers performances in theater along with musicals.
The Centerstage is one of Baltimore's few professional theaters and puts on shows ranging from Broadway musicals to cutting edge American plays.
The Folger Shakespeare Library's Theatre is a beautiful reproduction of the Bard's with only 250 seats and excellent productions of the works of Shakespeare ranging from the traditional Elizabethan to modern interpretations.
The famous Ford's Theatre in Washington has been changing the public's opinion of it for years now, yes it was the location of a famous gun-shot but is\ts goals today are to bring true Americana theater to the nation's capitol. Their diverse shows include musicals appropriate for children.
The Gunston Arts Center is a multi-purpose facility featuring many performances year round. It has two spaces: the Theatre I and the black box Theatre II.
The Jim Rouse Theatre for the Performing Arts features performances in theater, dance, and music including classical, choral, and chamber along with special events such as lectures and award ceremonies.
Performances and theater productions in the Eisenhower Theater, the Opera House, the Terrace Theater, and the Concert Hall. In addition there are musical acts ranging from contemporary jazz to chamber and classical, plays and musicals, dance and ballet, along with family programs. Free concerts 6 p.m. every day on the Millennium Stage in the Grand Foyer.
The National Theatre is a classic old place that dates back to 1835 and lends its old fashion qualities to both Broadway hits and musicals.
The Round House Theatre produces plays and musicals both entertaining and thought-provoking from Broadway to drama and comedy.
Washington's Source Theatre, or Big Bang Theatre as they call themselves once in a while, puts on amazing performances of well-written plays of both drama and comedy.
The Studio Theatre features contemporary classics and modern productions of drama and comedy.
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Harold Pinter's 1960's play about a homeless man (played by Marc Horwitz) who is invited by two working class brothers to stay in a dilapidated London flat that begins a war of treachery, dominance, and mystery.
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