Theater venue

Synetic Theater

synetictheater.jpgSynetic Theater’s mission is to be the premier American physical theater, fusing dynamic art forms — such as text, drama, movement, acrobatics, dance and music — by producing world-class theater for all ages, educating the next generation of artists and physical theater professionals, and promoting this distinct form of theater nationally and internationally through community outreach and touring pr

Olney Theatre Center

olney_theatre.jpgLocated just north of Washington, D.C. in arts-rich Montgomery County, Maryland, Olney Theatre Center offers a diverse array of professional productions year-round that enrich, nurture and challenge a broad range of artists, audiences and students.

Mystery Dinner Playhouse

mysterydinnerph.pngSolve the murder mystery while enjoying a delicious four-course dinner. Public shows are every Friday & Saturday at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 6:30pm. Tickets: $53 (includes dinner, show and tax). Group and senior/children’s discounts available.

Patriot Center

patriot-center.JPGThe Patriot Center is a 10,000-seat arena in Fairfax, Virginia. It is located on the campus of George Mason University (which has over 30,000 students), and has attracted 9.6 million people to over 2,958 events. In 2010, the Patriot Center was ranked No. 7 nationwide and No.

The National Theatre

national-theatre.jpgOn Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC, three blocks from The White House, stands the National Theatre, "The Theatre of Presidents." This historic playhouse has seen Pennsylvania Avenue grow from the muddy main street of a fledgling capital to the ceremonial avenue of a great world power. Inaugural parades and demonstrations pass on the Avenue in front of the building.

Imagination Stage

Imagination Stage produces theatre and arts education programs which nurture, challenge, and empower young people of all abilities.

DAR Constitution Hall

darconstitutionhall.jpgEach year, over 600,000 people pass through the doors of DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C.'s largest concert hall.

The Hall, owned by the DAR and originally built in 1929 to house its annual convention, is a Registered National Historic Landmark.

The Barns at Wolf Trap

wolf-trap-barns.jpgMade up of 2 adjacent 18th-century barns, The Barns is a gift from Wolf Trap's founder, Catherine Filene Shouse, in 1981. Impressed by the acoustical quality of the wooden barn after attending a concert in one in Maine, she wanted to bring the same informal and acoustical setting to Wolf Trap.

Gaylord National Resort

gaylordnationalresort.jpgGaylord National Resort & Convention Center
On the Potomac in Maryland

Washington DC Hotel

Just minutes outside of Washington, DC, Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center offers visitors to the Capital region everything they are looking for in a vacation, weekend getaway, business trip or just a night out.

Carter Barron Amphitheater

carterbarron.jpgCarter Barron Amphitheatre (CBA) is located in Rock Creek Park. Initial plans for an amphitheatre in the Brightwood area of Washington, DC began in 1943 when Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. reviewed and commented on the site selection for an amphitheatre. The original plan called for benches to seat about 1,500 and a stage equipped with a movie screen.

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