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Village Night at "JQA"
Tuesday, March 19, 2019, 7:30 PM until 9:15 PM
Theatre, Concerts, and Films
is closed - Event is full
PLEASE NOTE - DUE TO THE SIZE OF OUR GROUP, TICKETS WILL BE HELD AT WILL CALL UNDER REGISTRANTS LAST NAME RATHER THAN MAILED.
NEW FOR 2018-2019 SEASON: $17 on-site parking (limited availability, call 202-488-4380 to reserve your spot).
Attendance is limited to members of Washington-area senior villages and their guests. If registering online, Waterfront members please register as Members; all other Villagers and all guests as Non-Members. You may also email your booking request to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-656-1834.
Venue is ADA compliant.
SEASON GUARANTOR - TOM SHERWOOD
Village FlexPlan: Tickets, once purchased, cannot be refunded but a credit for the full amount can be applied to your Village account for future events or your membership renewal for cancellations 30 days or more before the performance. Within 30 and at least one day before the performance, tickets may be donated back to the Village for re-sale and you will receive a receipt for the full amount paid for your tax purposes. Cancellations the day of performance are treated as no-shows.
Arena Stage cafe bookings, once paid, are not refunded by Arena Stage, thus no credit can be extended by Waterfront Village for cancelled cafe bookings and your payment cannot be considered a donation to the Village.
Complicated, passionate and difficult, John Quincy Adams was a brilliant diplomat, ineffectual one-term President and congressman known for his eloquence, arrogance and integrity. This unique, highly-theatrical play by award-winning playwright Aaron Posner imagines key confrontations between JQA and some of America’s most dynamic figures: George Washington, Andrew Jackson, Frederick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln, his own father, John Adams and more. At once provocative, haunting and hilarious, this power play challenges the way we think of our country, our government and ourselves.
Written and directed by Aaron Posner.