Venue Details

47 Star Starred
Gunston Arts Center
Adjacent to Gunston Middle School 2700 S. Lang Street Arlington, VA 22206
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Had a few candies and sodas for sale
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Easy to drive to, with plenty of free parking.
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A little hard to find. It's in Theatre Two, around the side of the middle school.
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Reviews & Ratings

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3.3 average rating
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27 reviews
1 stars
attended Sep 16 2012

I found the story very engaging and thought the performance was well cast and acted. However, there was a great deal of smoking (both cigar and cigarette) at the start... continued

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81 reviews
24 stars
attended Sep 29 2012

The actors really put their hearts into this performance. Well done. The play got better as the story unfolded. There was too much of the clowns in the beginning; not... continued

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9 reviews
4 stars
attended Oct 03 2012

I had designed this play in college, so was looking to see it performed. I felt that the pre-show did not help the play. I actually found it disconnected. The show is... continued

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Longtime TACT artistic associate Rip Claassen directs. Claassen directed the 2011 hit Visit to a Small Planet and most recently was Costume Designer for Marathon ’33. The cast includes TACT favorites John Tweel as J.B. (Job), Bruce Alan Rauscher as Nickles (The Devil), and Steve Lebens as Mr. Zuss (God) with** **Julie Roundtree as J.B.’s wife, Sarah.

About the Ticket Supplier: American Century Theater

The American Century Theaters mission is to promote 20th century theater as a vital part of our cultural dialogue. Their mission is based on the firm conviction that this theatrical repertoire -- influential and critically acclaimed dramas, comedies, and teleplays first produced during what Henry Luce called the American Century -- portrays a uniquely American vision that is vital to our shared cultural heritage.