Venue Details

147 Star Starred
Woolly Mammoth Theatre
Main Stage 641 D. Street, NW Washington, DC 20004
202-393-3939
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Member Tips

Goldstar Member
Casual, take a wrap if you tend to get cold
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Goldstar Member
Usual theatre junk
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Goldstar Member
Right across the street
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Goldstar Member
Full A/C like most theaters.
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Jill C. Alt
No intermission--no food sample
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Took the red line to Gallery place and walked 3 blocks Easy
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.5 average rating
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33 reviews
6 stars
attended Jul 19 2012

The is a one man show. He is a great story teller with a bit of Lewis Black. It is both informative and amusing. The only problem I had is that he modulates his voice a lot and I found it very difficult to hear him at some points.

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56 reviews
3 stars
attended Jul 24 2012

Mike is the best storyteller I have heard.

The pro (independent) union view is refreshing.

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8 reviews
3 stars
attended Jul 27 2012

Great show. This show is funny and instructive at the same time. He is a phenomenal story teller. Loved it.

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More Information

Website

http://www.woollymammoth.net/performances/show_steve_jobs_2012.php

Description

This show is appropriate for those age 14 and older.  

The show’s running time is approximately one hour and 45 minutes.

About the Ticket Supplier: Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co.

Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company ignites an explosive engagement between theatre artists and the community by developing, producing and promoting new plays that explore the edges of theatrical style and human experience, and by implementing new ways to use the artistry of theatre to serve the people of Greater Washington, DC.