202 Studio Theatre - Milton Theatre Tips
- Dine before you go 1
We ate right on the corner of Q Street at Etto. If you get there before 6:30 it was not crowded and the food is very good and reasonably priced. We locked the grilled squid and the pizzas are excellent.
Lalibela, Ethopian rest just across street, has nice family atmosphere and okay food.
We ate at ETTO right down the block on the corner of Q St. The pizza was amazing and the service was great.
We took public transit. Moderate walk from the U Street station, great for a nice day.
Loved our pretheater meal at Logan Tavern. Lots of great options in the neighborhood though.
The weather was windy. I wore leggings with bell bottoms, a sweater a bright scarf and a down coat; .
Parking is the only downside at this location. Street parking is scarce, and limited tor 2 hours except on Sunday. There are a couple of lots, but they are pricy. If at all possible, go by Metro and walk a few blocks, or splurge on a cab...
Lots of places to eat within a block of the theatre. Very nice bar in the theatre itself.
After the show there is almost no place to eat that is still open in the Studio neighborhood on a week night.
As mentioned in my review, running time is 3-1/2 hours, so check to be sure your parking garage will still be open after the show!
The weather was sunny, windy, etc.. I wore a sweater, flip-flops, etc..
The Rocky Horror Show
The weather was hot, hot, hot. I wore skirt/top--Please don't wear shorts...it's disrespectful to the actors!!.
There are a few steps up into the house seating, but they have a wheelchair lift available. Recommend the first row of the balcony if you need some legroom. The restroom was accessible and nice.
The Studio Theater website gives the address of a nearby parking garage if you are driving. Just go to that lot, which is only a short block away. The daily charge on a Sunday was $20.
The 90 and 92 buses stop at 14th and U - it's a short walk to the theater.
It's a short walk from the metro which is my preference