Please note that this performance is in Bethesda, not Silver Spring. Special-access seating is available. Children younger than age 4 are not permitted inside the theater.
273 Round House Theatre - Bethesda Tips
- Casual 3
- Parking is a breeze 4
- Parking is cheap 3
- Park in lot 2
- Dine before you go 1
At the Capital Grill, food is tasty and relatively reasonable, but get your order in at least an hour before showtime, dishes didn't come out with any expediency. And there's a parking garage for $8 right downstairs, about 1.5 blocks from theater.
Public parking lot right across East-West Highway -- I paid $3 for the evening.
The show is one 2-hour act with no intermission and they do a good job of notifying you of the lack of a potty break up front. It appears that the Round House Theatre will be undergoing renovations much of 2019 and the shows will be relocated to the Lansburgh Theater in DC. I'll miss them in Bethesda but look forward to their return in 2020.
Reject seats in rear of orchestra or bring a hearing aid, even if you have perfect hearing.
“Master Harold” … and the boys
Dine before the show, especially on week nights. On Thursday night, all the nearby restaurants were closed or closing when I exited the theater.