Venue Details

9 Star Starred
Hartke Theatre Complex at Catholic University
The Catholic University of America 3801 Harewood Road, NE Washington, DC 20017
202-319-4000
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Member Tips

aileen
As you wish
info Oct 12 2012 star this tip starred
aileen
Snacks and drinks sold during intermission for $1.00
info Oct 12 2012 star this tip starred
aileen
Metro/bike accessible.
info Oct 12 2012 star this tip starred
aileen
Theater is COLD. I wore my down jacket
info Oct 12 2012 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
In warm clothes
info Oct 15 2012 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Theater was cold. I didn't mind since I had a coat but my feet were cold.
info Oct 15 2012 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

22 ratings
3.7 average rating
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12 reviews
24 stars
attended Oct 11 2012

This was my first time at the Catholic U. theater. No problem with sightlines. Metro accessible. Production was in-line with a college produced play. The lead did not have the depth the character required. Set and costuming were well done.

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1 review
5 stars
attended Oct 11 2012

Very well done student production with elegant scenery, costumes, and good acting. Very much enjoyed the performance and felt that the production set in the Victorian age, nevertheless gave a timeless message to the story.

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16 reviews
4 stars
attended Oct 12 2012

The actors did a good job but the acting was a little stiff in the beginning. The two lead women did not alwats speak loudly enough. The costumes and setting were great, especially Hedda's dresses which appropriately showed off her rich taste.

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Website

http://drama.cua.edu/hartke-season.cfm

About the Ticket Supplier: The Catholic University of America Department of Drama

The Catholic University of America believes that theatre is a fundamental cultural necessity that is enriched by and enriches the community in which it is located.