DC Theatre Week Kicks Off September 10

Don’t look now, but the curtain is rising on DC Theatre Week!

The 19-day city-wide event runs September 10-29 and brings together dozens of regional entertainment venues to celebrate the dramas, musicals and comedies that make the Washington-area one of the most vibrant and best-known theatre communities in the country.

Through TodayTix — the official ticketing partner — tickets for shows during DC Theatre Week are discounted, with prices ranging from $15 to $35. Get your tickets now! The week also includes events, many of them free, designed to educate, inspire and entertain patrons of all ages.

The three-week “week” kicks off with an afternoon of performances, demonstrations, conversations and giveaways at Arena Stage on the Southwest Waterfront on Saturday, September 7. The kickoff event is 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and includes food, drinks and entertainment.

There is no charge, but you can register here. Come talk to a designer or director, learn about your favorite company’s upcoming productions, and maybe even discover a theatre you didn’t know anything about.

Not sure what to see during DC Theatre Week? Here are nine award-winning shows to see in TodayTix’s Theatre Week.

TodayTix is the place to discover, explore and engage with the best shows, arts and cultural entertainment the city has to offer. TodayTix works with thousands of venues to provide the best-priced tickets available in the biggest cities around the world, including New York City, London’s West End, Toronto, the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago and locations in Australia. Wherever you are, TodayTix can help you discover what to see next.

Those who can’t wait for Theatre Week can find tickets for shows in Washington and other cities at TodayTix; the best seats at the best prices can be found here. TodayTix also has the best deals on other top shows in the Washington-area like the musical hit Aladdin and the hot Cirque du Soleil “Volta” at Tysons.

TodayTix is the official ticketing partner of Theatre Week. The D.C. Commission on the Arts & Humanities and theatreWashington are sponsors.

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