Venue Details

39 Star Starred
GALA Hispanic Theatre
at Park Rd. NW 3333 14th Street NW Washington, DC 20010
202-234-7174
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If you want something to drink bring cash. They only accept cash
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It is best to take Metro. The Columbia Heights station is a 5 min walk.
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.5 average rating
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35 events
25 reviews
31 stars
attended May 18 2013

The play was awesome. I did not know that much about Roberto Clemente...however, after seeing this play I will read his life story. He was a hero to many a friend to his beloved community.

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24 reviews
33 stars
attended May 10 2013

the show was high energy and fun even though it had a sad theme to it. the dancing was fun, the singing and acting were top rate. there was one time the mic wasn't working too well for a singer but it was resolved. my husband and my 12 year old...continued

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15 reviews
5 stars
attended Apr 28 2013

Loved the show and wanted to see it twice. The actor portraying Roberto Clemente had a strong resemblance to the actual baseball player. It was like watching Roberto (himself) on stage. I would recommend this show for the entire family and for a...continued

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Website

http://www.galatheatre.org/mainstage.php?cmd=loadEvent&id=111

Description

DC-7: The Roberto Clemente Story 

A Bilingual Presentation 

By Luis Caballero 

Directed by Luis Caballero 

Musical direction by Didier Prossaird of the Sin Miedo salsa band 

Choreography by Luis Salgado 

About the Ticket Supplier: GALA Hispanic Theatre

Founded in 1976, GALA (Grupo de Artistas Latino Americanos - Group of Latin American Artists) Hispanic Theatre has long been a groundbreaking and energetic "theater wiht a different accent," presenting classical and contemporary plays in Spanish and English, plus an accompanying program of dance, music, poetry, spoken word, art and, more recently, film.