Tips for Kreeger Theater at Arena Stage

1101 Sixth St. Washington DC 20024
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Kreeger Theater at Arena Stage 4.535030140656397 out of 5 1493

297 Kreeger Theater at Arena Stage Tips

You may bring drinks but not food into the show
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Street parking is available if you're willing to look for it. The show is 90 minutes and the maximum for many parking spots is 2 hours.
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Parked on the street at one of the DC meters (honestly, could they possibly have more consistent kinds of meters, times, payment methods, etc.). After getting a parking ticket the last time I used my iPhone App to pay (forgot to put in my boyfriend's license plate rather than mine which is the default), was careful to use his this time. But, $7.20 for an on-street parking space after 6:30 pm, give me a break. D.C., don't you want people braving the traffic to come into town and patronize evening entertainment, restaurants, etc.? Guess they just don't care.
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Had a decent meal in the Catwalk Cafe before the performance. But paper plates and plastic silverware (an oxymoron), give me a break. We patrons deserve better.
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The weather was cold. I wore slacks, sweater and blzer.
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The weather was rainy during the performance, but drying out afterwards.. I wore pair of slacks and a button down collar shirt.c..
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or, I parked on Maine at a 4 hour meter. Water street also had meters. This was a matinee performance
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Ate at Station4DC. Food is great; very noisy, but we ate outside, which was great.
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I wore a sweater, flip-flops, etc..
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Parking in the venue's lot was $20, or $25 for valet. The angling at exit was tricky. There is street parking; get there early and be ready to walk at least a few blocks.
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Parking in the $11 garage was close by and easy to find.
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You can order prix-fix dinner online ahead of time, or order a la carte, buffet style. The food is mediocre. -- And, please, don't show up high or drunk for the show. It's still a show, not a late-night rave.
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There is a parking garage on site. Careful with on-street parking, the meter-maids blitz the area routinely.
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The weather was temperate for DC August. I wore Jeans and a groovy top.
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Stations 4 is a nice restaurant within walking distance. They have a special offer for theater goers which includes parking. Check it out.
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The weather was sunny, windy, etc.. I wore a sweater. The theater was very cold. .
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Angeline
Parking on the street is risky because the two to four hour meters exclude "Rush Hour". The show extends beyond two hours. Parking in the garage is very convenient with an average $20 cost or $5 per hour if you stay longer to eat at the cafee ($$$). There is parking around the area for $11 is you follow the signs and don't mind a little walking. Valet parking is available for $25.
One Night With Janis Joplin
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Don't forget that you have to pay at meters until 10 pm
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SMJ
Really close to the Metro stop.
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