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2 events
1 review
3 stars
Kennedy Center does not assign seates. You'll get them at the box office when you arrive.
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2 events
1 review
3 stars
Parking at Kennedy Center is $23.00 per vehicle. Expensive. Remember where you parked. It took us 15 minutes to find our car. Note floor, section, row number.
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30 ratings
4.5 average rating
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9 events
5 reviews
10 stars
attended Nov 03 2013

We couldn't see one third of the stage on the right-hand side. What we saw of the performance was beautiful.

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15 events
1 review
18 stars
attended Nov 03 2013

Seats were only so, so. Too far to the side, obscuring half of the set and (i think) a fair amount of dancing and story development. Overall the performance was enjoyable, but far from extraordinary. It may be wrong for anyone to expect more from...continued

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74 events
58 reviews
21 stars
attended Nov 02 2013

As always the Washington Ballet was characterized by beautiful dancing. The depth of the company's talent is impressive indeed. What prevents me from giving the event a fifth star is the lack of a live orchestra which seems to me to quite a...continued

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The performance runs approximately 2 hours, including one intermission.

About the Ticket Supplier: The Washington Ballet

Originally founded as The Washington School of Ballet in 1944 by legendary ballet pioneer Mary Day and incorporated as a professional company in 1976, The Washington Ballet (TWB) is one of the pre-eminent ballet organizations in the United States. TWB built an international reputation presenting bold works by choreographers from around the world, including Choo San Goh, Christopher Wheeldon, Mark Morris, Twyla Tharp and Nacho Duato, as well as Neoclassical masterworks and fresh staging of 19th century classics. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Septime Webre and Managing Director Arthur Espinoza, Jr., TWB has embraced a three-part mission: ensuring excellence in its professional performance company; growing the next generation of dancers through its Washington School of Ballet; and serving the community in which it resides through robust community engagement programs.