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Weinberg Center for the Arts
Based on 36 traveler reviews
What a great theater.
Nov 15, 2014 by: MagicManPa from PA
Find a reason to see a show at this incredible venue. Excellent box office response, excellent ushers and beverage servers. Please support these wonderful theaters.
a magnificent restored theater
Nov 02, 2014 by: thebiglion from Charlottesville, Virginia
We recently attended a musical performance here. The acoustics were great, comfortable seats and an excellent selections of beer made for an excellent evening. Parking is nearby and most affordable at $2 for the evening! Lots of bars and restaurants within walking distance in the historical district. Was able to meet the director of this establishment who shared the vision and the work to make this place happen. We will be back.
Lots of potential but fix the temperature
Nov 02, 2014 by: yankpara from yankpara
I love the variety of entertainment they present at the Weinberg and have been several times but we went to see 1964 - the Tribute last night and the heat in the balcony was oppressive. The theater itself is beautiful and well maintained, but I was so hot I was nauseated and couldn't wait to get out of there. I told one of the ushers it was too hot in the balcony and she just said, "Yup." Not exactly a premium theater experience. Maybe it's because it just started getting cold outside, I don't know, but regardless it was hot enough that my wife and I decided not to attend a show next weekend because of it.
FIX THE AIR CONDITIONING
May 28, 2014 by: David G from Ijamsville, Maryland
The AC is broken and they are not fixing it. Ruins the experience. Theater has a lot of potential but they need to make the audience comfortable. Avoid until they can confirm the A/C is fixed.
Always a good time there
Jan 20, 2014 by: petesgal from washingtondc
I grew up in this city and knew this place as the Tivoli Theater. The building dates back to 1929 and is now home to many different entertainment events. Most recently my husband and I went to see a Beatles Tribute band called 1964: The Tribute. Fabulous Fun! ( senior tix $30. 50 each) The place was packed. The inside of this historic theater is nicely done. The walls are attractively done and the old chandeliers give it charm. I do not think there is a bad seat in the house including the balcony. We were in Row O on the far right and had a great view. You will see music here, as well as silent movies accompanied but the "Mighty Wurllizer" organ. Speaker series that feature notable journalists, political pundants.. you can also see locals too like dance recitals and the annaul Handel's Messiah sing along each Christmas.
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