The National Theatre is a 501.c.3.not-for-profit organization
Prices, Show Times and Performance Information
Single-Ticket Prices are the same for all performances. Performances are Tuesday through Saturday Evenings @ 8 pm - Sunday Evenings @ 7:30 pm and Saturday and Sunday Matinees @ 2 pm, with a performance added on Wednesday, December 20 at 2 pm. For the December 20 performance only, groups buying ten or more tickets can receive a 40% discount,
& Balcony A-D
of 20 or More
( Except Saturday Evening)
of 20 or More on Saturday Evening
(Includes a 10% service fee)
All offers are subject to availability of seating. All show times, performers and prices are subject to change. Group discounts cannot be combined with any other offer. A $1.25 facility fee which funds maintenance of the National Theatre building and equipment is included in the established price of each ticket above. No retroactive discounts are given once tickets are purchased.
A Minimum of 20 tickets is required for a group discount purchase.
RUNNING TIME: 1 hour and 51 minutes, including intermission.
APROPRIATNESS: This presentation may be inappropriate
for children 13 years old and under. Movin' Out contains some
scenes depicting war combat and intimate situations, portrayed in a stylized
CHILDREN: Under four are never permitted in the mainstage theatre.
LATECOMERS: May not be seated until a suitable break in the performance.
EXCHANGES & REFUNDS: Once purchased, tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded.
DISCOUNTS: Retroactive discounts are not made.
Described Performance - Sunday Matinee - December 10, 2:00 pm
ASL Signed Performance Sunday Matinee - December 17, 2:00 pm
WEATHER, TIME & TRANSPORTATION: The Show Must Go On. We virtually never cancel for inclement weather or any other reason. Please plan accordingly. If in doubt call 202-628-6161. Due to parades, demonstrations and other events and activities, certain downtown Washington Streets and/or METRO stops may very crowded or not even open. In order to insure your timely arrival at the theatre you would be wise to plan to arrive early even in good weather, perhaps for dinner in the area before the show. You may also want to check for information at the following sites:
METRO INFORMATION -The National Theatre
is near METRO Center (All lines) and Federal
Triangle (Orange and
Downtown Washington is a busy metropolitan district. Please note that we do not warrant this listing to include all events in the area near The National Theatre. Patrons concerned about traffic, parking, etc., should check the sites above, and can also check the Washington Post METRO section, which often gives listings of downtown activity.
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