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Kennedy Center For The Performing Arts The

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2700 F St
Washington, DC 20001
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(202) 416-8000
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The Kennedy center is one of the nicest gems in the city of DC. They have world class performers from all over the globe who come and play. The ticket prices vary but are pretty r...

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Fabulous 11/28/2005

The Kennedy center is one of the nicest gems in the city of DC. They have world class performers from all over the globe who come and play. The ticket prices vary but are pretty reasonable most of the time. They also have it set up so that on Thursday afternoons before or at 6pm (I can't remember which) you can come and watch performers do rehearsals or small performances for free! I loved this. You get to see amazing acts for the price of metro fare (or gas). I did this all the time. I definitely recommend this place. more

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great shows, tight space 9/8/2005

I went to the Kennedy Center to see a popular Colombian artist perform a FREE concert on the Millennium Stage. We arrived quite early and stood in line, only to be trampled by people when they finally allowed everyone in. The Millennium Stage is basically in a hallway, with no seating, and is very cramped. It's nice that they offer these free, off-the-beaten path shows, and I did enjoy the music, but I wasn't impressed with their handling of the crowd, or the setup. The Center in general showcases a great variety of performers and offers reasonably-priced entertainment. I will visit again, but not the Millenium Stage. more

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OPERA HOUSE IS MAGNIFICENT 6/30/2005

We visited the Kennedy Center for the Phantom of the Opera, held in the Kennedy Center's Opera House, and it was a magnificent and memorable experience. The opera house is a beautiful structure with seating that allows you to feel a part of the show even from the nose-bleed seats. From the front row, you can actually see the tear-drops from the performers' faces during tragic scenes. The Kennedy Center overlooks the beautiful Potomac River and has a large balcony that is often open for audience members to catch a breath of fresh air. There are also free performances daily in their Millennium Theater. We caught one during the spring for the Cherry Blossom Festival with traditional Japanese drummers. One word of advice, arrive early! I had to stand on my tip-toes to see anything, but it was so good I couldn't make myself leave. more
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