In many ways, SIX is better than Hamilton, that other educational musical everyone raves about… It’s a retelling of the lives of the six wives of Henry VIII, but presented as a concert spectacle.
Season subscriptions for Broadway at the National include a series of six shows, which kick off in July of 2022 and are set to include SIX, THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, JAGGED LITTLE PILL, ALADDIN, and BEETLEJUICE. But three additional season specials can be added to any package.
Much like when it came to National Theatre in January 2020, the flash spectacle gave DC three quick performances in only two days!
Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical is an enchanting classic story and heartwarming musical that makes an exciting stage show for both adults and children.
Back from extended intermission, The National Theatre has announced its spectacular stage season for 2021-2022. Tootsie, Pretty Woman: The Musical, Come From Away, and Hairspray are the four main shows coming to National Theatre for its upcoming season, but these much-anticipated shows are accompanied by… Read More
Hurry to snag your seat! Bandstand’s National Tour plays at National Theatre on a limited run March 3rd – 8th. This musical tribute to veterans is, above all, a celebration of America’s can-do spirit. A touching and enlightening show for most ages (recommended 13+), Bandstand’s… Read More
If you love history and humanity, story-telling — and simply seeing the good guy win for a change — then hurry to the D.C. debut of David Seidler’s original play The King’s Speech – which inspired the 2010 Oscar-winning film by the same name –… Read More
Wake Up Little Susie! The Simon and Garfunkel Story is the latest staged biopic — this time of folk rock royalty — that uses the performers’ own songs to tell their story. The flash spectacle details the lives of Art Garfunkel and Paul Simon from… Read More
Jersey Boys makes its much anticipated return to National Theatre this holiday season. The Tony award-winning hit musical has “Work[ed] its Way Back” to Washington, still turning audiences into jukebox song singing fanatics… and the tale between those tunes commands their attention, too. Jersey Boys,… Read More
You might scratch your head and wonder what inspired someone to wake one morning and think, “I’m going to write a show about Jewish life in 1905 Tsarist Russia . . . and make it a musical!” But after seeing The National Theatre’s boisterous, heartwarming… Read More