To provide the best experience and to ensure the safety of our patrons, artists and employees, we have a few important requests regarding upcoming performances at The National Theatre. Please plan on arriving at least 30 minutes early to the National Theatre; all patrons and their belongings are subject to security screening as they enter the Theatre. Please don’t bring bags, backpacks, parcels or luggage to the National Theatre as they will not be allowed inside. Management reserves the right to limit access to the premises. We look forward to seeing you soon!

If/Then Destined for ‘Future Glory’

Washington Post recently ran a story highlighting what’s great about our show, If/Then, and about Washington, D.C., in general. Here’s an excerpt:

Washington has been a locus of good karma for Kitt and Yorkey, as well as for “Next to Normal” director Michael Greif and producer David Stone, who are also on board for “If/Then.” After “Next to Normal” received tepid notices in an off-Broadway run, it was to this city that Stone brought the show for a retooled production at Arena Stage. The enthusiastic reception here for the musical, about the collapse of a mentally ill suburban wife and mother, cleared the path to Broadway and further glory.

Read the full article here.

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