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- Casual 5
- Take public transit 1
- Parking is scarce 1
- Food and drinks for purchase 2
- Dine before you go 1
Ted 's Bulliten
We had dinner a few doors down before the show at Masa 14 and absolutely loved it. Definitely recommend. We made a reservation on Open Table but on a Thursday night there were plenty of free tables.
The weather was cold. I wore jacket.
The weather was Cold. I wore Jeans and sneakers. .
Definitely consider taking the Metro to the U Street Station on the Yellow and Green Lines. Walk from 13th to 14th Street on U and make a left. The theater is a block and a half down 14th on the left side of the street. Do not come late or they may not be able to seat you.
I got there early and found street parking just a block away. The Metro is just 2 blocks away, but since I was in drag -- well, it was a drag show, Hon' -- I was uncomfortable on the subway by myself. Otherwise, it's clearly the best option.
Lots of places to dine before show in the neighborhood, Or afterwards.
or, add your own...
The weather was Halloween night!. I wore Jeans and a sweater..
$20 to park outside a block away.
When I saw it on Saturday, the air conditioning was SO cold that I had a hard time concentrating.
St. Ex. is a close by bistro which we found good
This format is nearly as confusing as the play
I like going to Cafe St X around the corner after a show.
Parking is challenging but possible on the side streets.
I wore jeans with Indian jewelry and a nice blazer.
We had a fabulous brunch at The Pig, about 5 blocks south of the theater.
The weather was a perfect 70 degree. I wore Black dress with a jean jacket.
The weather was cool evening. I wore A dress with heels. While I said casual, make it smart casual. In respect to the performers, please dress appropriately. .
Very intimate theater with platform seating, performance takes place in center.