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33 Star Starred
Undercroft Theatre
Located on the ground floor of the Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church 900 Massachusetts Ave., NW Washington, DC 20001
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Many great dining locations nearby, so make an evening of it in the Mount Vernon/Penn Quarter neighborhood.
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76 reviews
59 stars
attended May 17 2014

GREAT. It was my third time. It's wonderful that Tricia is back, also. Unfortunately, the last performance of "Elling" was yesterday. But the next season will be announced on June 5 at their "Gala;" it should be another good one.

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76 reviews
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attended May 08 2014

This was actually my second time; I'm a regular subscriber for MANY years, and just had to see this one again! I may go again and take friends/neighbors. This play just builds delightfully; has very important message for all of us who might know...continued

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attended May 15 2014

Excellent production--wonderful to see how much life through the eyes of someone institutionalized for mental problems can relate to our own hopes and dreams. Also amazed to see how rich the theater scene is in DC--I thought I knew of the...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

  • “An affectionate, amusing comedy that successfully targets both your funny bone and your heart. The funny, often touching Elling has a universality that hits home and will leave you with a warm afterglow.”—DC Theatre Scene
  • “Enjoy a hilarious, cock-eyed Norway at Washington Stage Guild’s Elling … we can thank the folks at Washington Stage Guild for offering us another gem of an evening.”—Broadway World – DC
  • “5 Stars: Elling is an intriguing little comedy that is both heartfelt and humorous. Don’t miss Elling! It’s a perfect chance to enjoy quirky characters from all walks of life.”—DC Metro Theater Arts