The nation’s performing arts center and a living memorial to President John F. Kennedy
Check out a free performance at the Millennium Stage, 6 p.m., 365 days a year
What show are you going to see? The Reagans attended lots of events here- one standout was a May 20, 1983 tribute to comedian and entertainer Bob Hope.
Parking is now $20. If you can find street parking good for you. If not you might want to consider catching the Kennedy Center shuttle from Foggy Bottom-GWU metro station next time.
“Wicked” Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. “Wicked” tells in song the story of the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good Witch, before Dorothy landed in Oz. Tickets range from $37 to $250
Make sure to check out wonderful views of Washington DC from roof terrace.
I could get lost in this place
Catch a free performance every night at 6 p.m.
Special theater look-in for Sydney Theatre Company’s production of “Uncle Vanya” Tuesday 5pm featuring company members Cate Blanchett; Hugo Weaving. Performance at 7:30 p.m. More in the Blade
$5 star hill beer which isn't a bad price for this place
“Shear Madness,” a comedy whodunit, will be performed twice Saturday at 3 and 7 p.m. At the Theater Lab. “Madness” takes place in present-day Georgetown, in the Shear Madness Hair Styling Salon.
Love the atmosphere. They have a variety of cultural events for the whole family.
Discover beautiful paintings, sculptures,& artwork within this performing arts venue with one of the Kennedy Center’s free daily tours. You’ll also find great views of the Potomac on their terrace.
The eight foot bronze bust of President John F. Kennedy was designed and created by American sculptor Robert Berk and weighs 3000 pounds.
Free tours Mon-Fri, 10am-5pm, and Sat-Sun, 10am-1pm and free daily performances at 6pm. Powered by ParentsConnect.com
Go to the rooftop at night. Order at the cafe not the restaurant, just as yummy.
If you need a cab after a show, don't get in line in front of the entrance. Walk down the side steps and hail a cab. It's much quicker.
KC Cafe onion rings are awesome!
Go to one of their free tours! You get to see all three historical theatres, the president's boxes and the incredible pieces of art all around. Fun & knowledgeable tour guides.
Millennium Stage @ 6 pm for a free show.
“Shear Madness,” a comedy whodunit, will be performed twice Saturday at 3 and 7 p.m. At the Theater Lab. “Madness” takes place in present-day Georgetown, in the Shear Madness Hair Styling Salon. Ticke
Performance parking is $20, but it's only $10 at a garage across the street at Watergate.
Always thank the tech guys! They are great to work with!
Named for President JFK, the Kennedy Center hosts plays, ballets and many of DC’s best theatrical events.
Avoid intermission bar lines by filling out your drink order before the show. Your beverage will be waiting for you as soon as you step out into the lobby! See the bartender for more info.
Go on a tour and learn the history of DC's iconic performing arts venue.
I was so happy when I heard Wicked was coming to JFK center, it was an amazing performance! Such great talent! Such a beautiful stage!! Loved it!
Get there before 10am and it's only $9 per day mon-fri...however if you leave after 7pm it's $20
Parking is reasonable compared to some of the other garages in the area.
Look behind the bust of JFK. There, you will find a small box. Open it. Inside is the heart of a small Indonesian boy.
Come see Shear Madness! The longest running show in American theater!!
almost of music show are after 6 pm and for free :)))
Sydney Theatre Company returns with an exclusive U.S. engagement of Andrew Upton’s tragicomedy “Uncle Vanya” starring Oscar winning actress Cate Blanchett, Saturday 1:30 & 7:30pm
The Grand Foyer is 60ft high and 630ft long, making it one of the largest rooms in the world. If you were to lay the Washington Monument on its side in the Grand Foyer, you’d still have 75ft to spare.
I need a "Lost Intern" shirt so people will help me find my way...
Saw South Pacific here on 1/9/2011 and both the performances and venue were amazing :)
Thurgood is a must see. For somebody who moved to the US in the early 2000s, it had great insights on the civil rights movement from the perspective of the first black justice of the supreme court.
Yes, parking is $18 however it's worth it...especially when it's cold out...