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1808 Star Starred
Sidney Harman Hall
610 F Street NW Washington, DC 20004
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113 events
59 reviews
74 stars
We took the metro to Gallery place and walked a block.
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24 events
17 reviews
4 stars
This area of the city has become popular enough that you can't count on being seated last minute (as we tried to do at Jaleo--an hour/45 wait!) There are plenty of pub-type places up 7th St. but all are a bit of a walk.
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19 events
4 reviews
14 stars
attended Feb 17 2013

My wife & I LOVED this performance!!!
I recommend it without reservation.
The music, dancing, choreography were ALL superb!

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86 events
23 reviews
16 stars
attended Feb 17 2013

The Washington Ballet offers innovative programming and exquisite dancing. My Goldstar seats were in the 4th row at the Harmon. My sister, my niece, and I were simply transported onto a higher plane for 3 hours - it was simply superb!!!

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4 events
2 reviews
1 stars
attended Feb 17 2013

Very engaging and innovative suite of dance pieces, from classical/modern ballet interpretation of the mannered narrative "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" to freer athletic modern interpretations of flamenco and popular music.

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Dangerous Liaisons (World Premiere)

Choreography by David Palmer

Music by Antonio Vivaldi

Set Design by Syzygy Events International

Costume Design by Christine Darch

Lighting Design by Robert L. Fabrizio

Opposites Distract (Company Premiere)

Choreography by Elaine Kudo

Music by Ottmar Leibert

Costume Design by Barbara Osburn

Lighting Design by Chenault Spence (Recreated by Robert L. Fabrizio)

Under Covers (World Premiere)

Choreography by Amy Seiwert

Costume Design by Christine Darch

Lighting Design by Brian Jones

About the Ticket Supplier: The Washington Ballet

Founded in 1976 by the great American ballet pioneer Mary Day and under Septime Webre’s artistic directorship since 1999, The Washington Ballet is an ensemble of powerfully athletic classical ballet dancers performing a repertory of new work and creativity. Considered one of the country’s finest ballet companies, The Washington Ballet is recognized nationally and internationally for its high standards, artistic integrity, and unwavering commitment to presenting the very best in ballet.