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413 The National Theatre Tips
- Casual 5
- Dressy 3
- Formal 1
- Take public transit 7
- Park in lot 3
- Parking is expensive 2
- Dine before you go 8
Be ready to clap/ move. The cast feeds off audience participation. They are wonderful and want you to have a good time. I've seen 3x & this one was "quiet". Maybe people were tired after work. The energy of the audience really makes a difference.
The weather was Chilly. I wore I wore a Leopard Print dress with black knit stockings and turtle neck underneath. I could have brought a jacket, but I did not want to have it in the Theatre with me. The theatre got a bit warm towards the end..
Had dinner at Tosca before the show. Wonderful meal - we got the 3 course special. Get there around 5:30 before it gets crowded and you'll have plenty of time to enjoy your meal.
If you don't want to drive, take the Metro to Metro Center - theater is only a few blocks. Play got over around 10:30, so no problem in getting the metro home.
You can't beat the Old Ebitt for dinner before the show, but the place is always busy, and tables, even with a reservation, are hard to come by. Try sitting at the side bar or back bar....the main bar is usually mobbed.
Parking and getting around the area in a car is insane because Turkish President Erdogan is staying at the Willard Hotel. Maybe he'll leave soon. We can only hope.
RENT — 20th Anniversary Tour