Venue Details

199 Star Starred
Theater J at Goldman Theater
1529 Sixteenth Street, NW Washington, DC 20036
202-777-3210
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We found free (after 6:30pm) street parking two blocks from the theatre......there is a Parking lot on P St for $13 which would have been cheaper than taking the metro for us!
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Reviews & Ratings

48 ratings
4.4 average rating
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63 reviews
20 stars
attended Feb 02 2014

This play is not nearly as funny as the promotional material would like one to believe. There are some moments of promise in the first act, but the second half drags. I found myself wondering when it would end.

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55 reviews
3 stars
attended Feb 20 2014

Too didactic. Acting weaker than usual from Theater J, especially the main character.

But the fact that many Jews are wantabees (something else) is done well. And the Marcus character steals the show.

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32 reviews
80 stars
attended Feb 01 2014

I was familiar with David Henry Hwang's work but did not expect him to be in the theatre! At the post-show Q&A, he enthusiastically answered questions and offered... continued

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Website

http://washingtondcjcc.org/center-for-arts/theater-j/on-stage/13-14...

About the Ticket Supplier: Theater J

Theater J has emerged as one of the most distinctive, progressive and respected Jewish theaters in North America by virtue of its ambitious range of programming and the bold, imaginative artistry of its playwrights, directors, designers and actors. A program of the Washington DC Jewish Community Center, Theater J works in frequent collaboration with other components of the Washington DCJCC’s Morris Cafritz Center for the Arts: the Washington Jewish Film Festival, and the Literary and Music Department.