Venue Details

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Gunston Arts Center
Adjacent to Gunston Middle School 2700 S. Lang Street Arlington, VA 22206
703-228-1850
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12 events
1 review
2 stars
Tazza Kitchen was perfect. Happy hour prices, additional 10% discount to play attendees and good Italian food...you couldn't ask for more on a reasonably priced food and libations.
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13 events
5 reviews
3 stars
It's an hour and a half without a break. Hit the restroom before you go in.
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Reviews & Ratings

"Bang the Drum Slowly"
21 ratings
4.2 average rating
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44 events
12 reviews
51 stars
attended Jan 25 2014

Location has two theaters. Recommend listing which theater the play is in. The first act was slow. 2nd act was very interesting. We enjoyed the play and would recommend it.

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17 reviews
4 stars
attended Jan 24 2014

Excellent performances and solid production design are strong selling points of this show, but the play itself -- Eric Simonson's adaptation of Mark Harris's 1956 baseball novel about a catcher with Hodgkin's disease -- is uninspired stuff. ...continued

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8 reviews
9 stars
attended Jan 18 2014

It was a very community oriented theater, may be a few notches above a high school production. It was even more disappointing to have paid a full price professional theater price. Lastly, the description on your program had little to do with the...continued

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Website

http://www.americancentury.org/show_drum.php

About the Ticket Supplier: American Century Theater

The American Century Theaters mission is to promote 20th century theater as a vital part of our cultural dialogue. Their mission is based on the firm conviction that this theatrical repertoire — influential and critically acclaimed dramas, comedies, and teleplays first produced during what Henry Luce called the American Century — portrays a uniquely American vision that is vital to our shared cultural heritage.