Broadway at The National (Washington, DC) will present an eight-show 2021/2022 season this fall when the celebrated subscription series returns to D.C.’s National Theatre – the nation’s oldest venue still presenting touring Broadway.
The four-show Broadway at The National subscription series kicks off in December of 2021 and is set to include Tootsie, Pretty Woman: The Musical, Come From Away, and Hairspray. Season specials can be added to any package, including How The Grinch Stole Christmas, The Simon & Garfunkel Story, Alton Brown: Beyond the Eats, and Rent – The 25th Anniversary Farewell Tour.
Season tickets (subscriptions) begin at $145 and are available now for purchase online at BroadwayAtTheNational.com. Tickets for individual performances will go on sale at a later date.
“We are grateful for our audiences and their continued support of the arts during this unprecedented time,” said James L. Nederlander, President of the Nederlander Organization. “We are confident that the theatre community will return from this ‘extended intermission’ with renewed heart and energy. It’s exciting to look ahead to the future, and we hope we’ll see you back at The National this fall.”
Returning and new subscribers alike can enjoy the venue’s first-ever Tuesday Tix subscription, featuring deeply discounted balcony seats for Tuesday performances. Also new this season, Broadway at The National will offer a payment plan with just one-third down, as well as a Season Ticket (Subscriber) Buyer Assurance Program. Subscribers can purchase confidently knowing Broadway at The National will provide the utmost level of service in response to changing conditions.
|How The Grinch Stole Christmas||November 23 – December 5, 2021|
|Tootsie||December 7-12, 2021|
|Pretty Woman: The Musical||December 28, 2021 – January 2, 2022|
|The Simon & Garfunkel Story||January 29-30, 2022|
|Rent||March 25-27, 2022|
|Come From Away||April 12-17, 2022|
|Hairspray||May 10-15, 2022|
To prepare for reopening, The National has upgraded air filtration, increased the cleaning schedule of surfaces in the theatre, and modified the Box Office and ticketing procedures to limit physical contact. Thanks to the generous support of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities and Events DC, The National Theatre Foundation secured the resources to install a building-wide HVAC bi-polar ionization system. For the most up-to-date information on The National Theatre’s health and safety policies, please visit the Covid-19 Info Center at BroadwayAtTheNational.com/Covid-19-Info-Center.