Venue Details

140 Star Starred
The National Theatre
Between 13th St NW and 14th St NW 1321 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington, DC 20004
202-628-6161
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Lynn Mitchell Leith
We at at Ceiba's before the performance! They have a GREAT pre-event 3 course meal for $30 if you show your ticket! The food was AMAZING and it is only a couple blocks from the National Theater.
Mamma Mia! dining Mar 07 2014 star this tip starred
Lynn Mitchell Leith
The weather was COLD. I wore business casual....nice slacks and a sweater! .
Mamma Mia! dress Mar 07 2014 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

319 ratings
4.0 average rating
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43 events
11 reviews
6 stars
attended Nov 06 2013

"If/Then": a terrible title, to begin with. This is a musical that largely wastes the considerable talent of a wonderful group of performers, all with great voices. No one I've recently seen commands the musical theater stage like Idina Menzel. ...continued

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22 reviews
27 stars
attended Nov 09 2013

The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

Let me get The Good out of the way first: I have wanted to see both Idina and Anthony Rapp on stage live for YEARS and I finally got my opportunity (thanks GOLDSTAR!). SHE did not disappoint - phenomenal voice. I...continued

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45 events
17 reviews
3 stars
attended Nov 12 2013

Goldstar experience was fine. Idina has a lovely voice, although that was wearing thin by the end. I don't see how this show can possibly make it to Broadway in its current state - not even a community theater musical. Trite lyrics, no memorable...continued

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http://ifthenthemusical.com/

About the Ticket Supplier: The National Theatre Group

For almost 200 years, Washington’s historic National Theatre has occupied a prominent position on Pennsylvania Avenue – “America’s Main Street”. Located a stone’s throw from the White House and bordering the Pennsylvania Avenue National Historic Site, The National Theatre is the historic cultural center for the performing arts in our nation’s capital and the oldest enterprise on Pennsylvania Avenue continuously operating in its original designated capacity.