Venue Details

32 Star Starred
Theatre on the Run
3700 South Four Mile Run Drive Arlington, VA 22206
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38 events
11 reviews
3 stars
Only a few parking spaces at the theatre, but plenty of street parking. If you'd like to combine the theatre with dining or shopping, consider parking at the free garage over the Harris Teeter in Shirlington Village. There's a walking bridge directly across from that over Four Mile Run, a 5 minute walk to the theatre.
Dinner With Friends
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19 reviews
6 stars
Parking can be a bit of a challenge so give yourself enough time to walk a couple of blocks.
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"No Man's Land"
6 ratings
3.8 average rating
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Sometimes too critical Red Velvet
64 events
27 reviews
9 stars
attended May 03 2013

The plot is limited to psychological sparring and the conclusion is quite vague. You may well leave the theatre wondering "what was that about?". These are typical characteristics of a Pinter play. The two leads (4 male characters in all) are...continued

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Sodoff Baldrick
76 events
11 reviews
2 stars
attended May 11 2013

Henley and Hemmingson give two of the best performances I've ever seen.

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18 events
1 review
3 stars
attended May 24 2013

Great staging. The two main actors were very believeable. The supporting two looked stiff.
Easy access to the theater and parking.

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Three generations of WSC Avant Bard Artistic Directors converge for this Harold Pinter favorite, an acting vehicle of stunning depth and resonance. No Man’s Land features a fallen poet and his drunken dispute with a mysterious stranger over success, adventures and romantic conquests. WSC Artistic Director Emeritus Christopher Henley teams up with his predecessor, Brian Hemmingsen, to star in this play of wit, deceit, and the battle between memory and imagination. The production will be staged by new Artistic Director Tom Prewitt, who helmed Six Characters in Search of an Author earlier this season.