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The Shakespeare Theatre Company produces and presents award-winning plays in its two venues in downtown Washington D.C., attracting many theatre-goers from D.C., Maryland, Virginia and from around the world. As a non-profit arts organization our...more
We attended the play 'An Inspector Calls' at the Sidney Harmon Hall. This venue had no wheelchair seating areas close to the stage. We were directed to Row T, which is on the second floor where we found two removable chairs with a width of...More
We have been going to this theater for a long time. In the last three years, the quality has fallen off quite a bit. We were recently at The Comedy of Errors, and it was good, so I hope this trend continues. Previously, every production...More
We visited to see a production of Potted Potter. Sat at the back under the Circle - Row T. Good sight of the stage. Good leg room. Very helpful and friendly staff.
Theatre is easy to find and very accessible via metro.
Everyone of the...More
I like this medium-small venue. I don't think there are any bad seats and they are each quite comfortable. Staff is very polite, more so than several other local venues. Only downside on this recent visit is it was uncomfortably warm. Granted it was quite...More
Our first time to the Shakespeare theater, specifically the Lansburgh at 425 7th St NW. Really enjoyed the ease of getting into the theater. We were in the boxes in BB19, 21 and the seats were an excellent view with plenty of room. Nice not...More
Washington is blessed with three theatres dedicated to the works of William Shakespeare! The outstanding Folger Shakespeare Library (and their wonderful Elizabethan stage, the edgy performances of Avant Bard, and the internationally acclaimed, Tony Award winning Shakespeare Theatre Company. We have been patrons since the...More
Othello was only my second time to the STC. I knew nothing of the story I am sad to say. But that makes this all one hell of a surprise. Firstly the theatre itself is fantastic. Beautifully modern and comfortable. The stage is big with...More