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Jul 12 - Oct 2, 2022
Until Oct 31, 2021
Oct 21 - 23, 2021
Nov 6, 2021
Nov 15, 2021
Winner of 11 Tony Awards
July 12 - October 2, 2022
A true cultural phenomenon, Lin-Manuel Miranda's Pulitzer Prize-winning Hamilton is changing the face of the modern musical. An exhilarating historical epic, that is equal parts Sondheim and Notorious B.I.G., this record-breaking Broadway musical traces the life and times of Alexander Hamilton, one of America's most important (and colorful) historical figures.
Until October 31, 2021
Cleaning up during the 2018/19 awards season, plucky folk opera Hadestown garnered eight Tony Awards (including the coveted Tony for Best Musical), four Drama Desk Awards, six Outer Critics Circle Awards and a Drama League Award. This came as no surprise given the production received much acclaim during both its Off-Broadway and Broadway runs, praised for its soaring imagination, vibrant retelling of a classic story and a sumptuous score that evokes smoky New Orleans jazz and bubbling Americana-tinged folk. Don't miss out when the lauded musical hits the road on its hotly anticipated national tour!
October 21 - 23, 2021
Former Daily Show correspondent and now host of Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj, the last few years have seen Minhaj gain the popularity he deserves as a comedian and political commentator. Known for his unflinching (and hilarious) style that picks apart race, identity, society and the current state of American culture, don't miss him live in 2021, when he brings his brand new show 'The King's Jester' to a town near you.
November 6, 2021
Justin Willman has been performing magic since he was a child, but the combination of his sharp wit and clever tricks have made him a firm favorite with millions. Justin's highly polished, comical magic act has seen him notch up more than 100 million views online and is now coming to a theater near you.
November 15, 2021
The frontman of his self-named band, rock artist and producer Ben Folds continues to work with some of the most eclectic names in music and entertainment (remember his Common People cover that featured William Shatner and Bill Clinton?), as well as pushing the envelope on alt-rock ever further. A self-confessed enigma, he prefers to stay out of the limelight except when touring, but can easily claim credit for some of music's most unlikely trends.
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Built in 1971 to realize the late President Kennedy's ambitions to bring culture to the American public, the Center has seen over 300 productions across ballet, theater and concerts created and stage at the complex. December 2014 saw the start of an ambitious expansion project that would reopen access from the Center to the Potomac River, as well as easier access to lower Georgetown and provide more space for visitors and performers to engage with.
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