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The National Theatre
Between 13th St NW and 14th St NW 1321 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington, DC 20004
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16 reviews
1 stars
Book and pay parking ahead at the spot on 13th closest to the National
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1 stars
The weather was warm. I wore a skirt and short sleeves.
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Disney's "Beauty and the Beast"
93 ratings
4.3 average rating
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61 reviews
77 stars
attended Jun 14 2012

This is definitely a must see. The set designs are cheery and uplifting.
The songs are wonderful and the actors are fabulous. People of all ages will enjoy this musical.

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1 review
0 stars
attended Jun 13 2012

The show was great (4 star) for kids and good (3 star) for adults. It was long for the youngest kids - it ran from 7:30pm to 10:10pm.

The costumes are good, but the feather duster and the dresser were difficult to guess who they were with...continued

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62 reviews
61 stars
attended Jun 12 2012

This was great for kids, though it is 2 1/2 hrs long with intermission. Also, kids may not be able to see well since this is an older theatre. My only gripe is that if you sat by the sound board the techs were ridiculously loud. I didn't expect...continued

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The Beast: Dane Agostinis

Belle: Emily Behny

Madame de la Grande Bouche: Jen Bechter

Gaston: Logan Denninghoff

Lumiere: Michael Haller

Mrs. Potts: Julia Louise Hosack

Also starring:

David Baur, Jeff Brooks, Carly Casey, Brittany Conigatti, Lars Valdor Haglund, Chandon Jones, Noah Jones, Andrew Kruep, Benjamin Lovell, Benjamin Lynch, Taylor Hilt Mitchell, Sarah Rolleston, Sarah Claire Smith, Chris Spencer, Mandy Striph, Michael Whitney.

About the Ticket Supplier: The National Theatre -

Managed by the Shubert Organization/Telecharge, The National Theatre — “The Theatre of Presidents” — has operated at the same location three blocks from The White House since 1835. The mission of the National Theatre Corporation is to keep this historic National Theatre operating, with top-quality live stage attractions. Additionally, through their outreach efforts, they bring free programs and other services to the public.