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  • Hamilton

    Jun 16 - Sep 20, 2020

  • Shear Madness

    Open Run

  • National Symphony Orchestra - Noseda conducts Mahler's Fifth and Schubert

    Closed Feb 22, 2020

  • Washington National Opera - Rigoletto

    Until Mar 20, 2020

  • Washington National Opera: Cosi Fan Tutte

    Feb 27 - Mar 19, 2020

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Hamilton

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Winner of 11 Tony Awards

Kennedy Center Opera House

June 16 - September 20, 2020

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.

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Shear Madness

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Kennedy Center Theater Lab

Open Run

An American theatre institution, Shear Madness is the longest running non-musical show in American history. It's been running in Boston at the Charles Playhouse for over 30 years, and has enjoyed hugely successful productions the world over. Now it continues in Washington DC for its open run at the Kennedy Center, in time for the holiday season! Part comedy farce and part murder mystery, no two shows are exactly the same!

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National Symphony Orchestra - Noseda conducts Mahler's Fifth and Schubert

Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Closed February 22, 2020

Pre-eminent conductor Gianandrea Noseda continues his tenure as the National Symphony Orchestra's visionary music director. Join the world class ensemble as they perform a duo of works by Franz Schubert and Gustav Mahler, with added ForeWords and AfterWords discussions in the Justice Forum preceding and following select performances.

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Washington National Opera - Rigoletto

Kennedy Center Opera House

Until March 20, 2020

A mainstay of the opera repertory, Verdi's Rigoletto is a thrilling, cinematic experience that first set pulses racing and tongues wagging when it first debuted in Venice in 1851. The gritty production overcame its initial problems with the censors of its day to become one of the world's most widely performed operas, beloved for its memorable tunes and electrifying revenge plot. Don't miss the Washington National Opera's latest production, featuring British baritone Christopher Maltman in the title role.

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Washington National Opera: Cosi Fan Tutte

Kennedy Center Opera House

February 27 - March 19, 2020

Flirtation and fidelity are the order of the day in Mozart's sublime Cosi Fan Tutte (which translates as 'women are all, and always so'.) The charming comic opera returns during Washington National Opera's latest revival, helmed by none other than opera diva and Kennedy Center artistic advisor resident Renee Fleming making her directorial debut. A winning ensemble including Laura Wilde, Kang Wang and Paulo Szot rounds off the bill!

Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

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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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