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194 Star Starred
Woolly Mammoth Theatre
Main Stage 641 D. Street, NW Washington, DC 20004
202-393-3939
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25 stars
I arrived early enough for street parking but the venue offered validated parking.
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4 stars
I heard a Metro announcement that there will be closures at midnight starting on June 3. This is a long play and the post show discussion could put you in a bind it you take the Metro. Check ahead of time or use the $10 parking validation.
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Description

Each Flex Pass holder will receive six tickets to use over the course of Season 32 for any date or time. Just call the Box Office more than 24 hours in advance of the performance you wish to see to reserve your seats. 

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Season Schedule:

Spoiler Alert: Everybody Dies (December 6, 2011 – January 8, 2012)__

Laugh while you can ‘cause things ain’t gettin’ better. Next season, Woolly artists fly to Chicago to work with The Second City’s classic comedy wizards in an unprecedented collaboration. Their mission? Bring back to Washington the most gleeful anti-holiday celebration of doom ever.

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Civilization (February 13, 2012 – March 11, 2012)__

Does humanity have an expiration date? Six hungry city-dwellers scramble for sustenance in this scathing satire of American enterprise and ingenuity. But while they’re busy cooking up schemes for love and success, the beasts of agribusiness are closing in…

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Arias With a Twist (April 4, 2012 – May 6, 2012)__

When aliens abduct a large drag queen and drop her in a teeny Garden of Eden, will she have enough room to fall from grace? International cabaret sensation Joey Arias and Obie Award-winning puppeteer Basil Twist team up for an eye-popping musical tour, from Genesis to risqué universes beyond imagination.

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Mr. Burns (May 28, 2012 – July 1, 2012)__

Armageddon has hit, and all that remains is our nostalgia for a lost pop culture. In Anne Washburn’s riveting vision of post-apocalyptic America, survivors invent a new entertainment industry from the ashes of the old. With music by Obie Award-winner Michael Friedman, their enterprise gives redemptive new meaning to the pop hits and cartoon icons we can’t live without.