Simplified: The Washington Pavilion is bringing two week-long shows as part of its 25th Broadway Performance Series: “Beetlejuice the Musical” and “Aladdin.”
Why it matters
- The Broadway Performance Series started 25 years ago as one-night productions of touring artists and an occassional Broadway show. Now, it’s grown to six Broadway productions each year.
- The Pavilion also saw a record number of people subscribe to the performance series last year, with nearly 3,500 subscribers.
- In addition to the two week-long shows, the 25th season will feature performances of “To Kill a Mockingbird,” “Pretty Woman: The Musical,” “Jesus Christ Superstar,” and “Mean Girls.”
“We are so proud of how far we have come and of this lineup,” says Regina Ruhberg, director of performances and events.
How can I get tickets?
Current six-show subscribers can renew or upgrade their seats now through the Pavilion box office.
New subscribers can purchase Pavilion Performance Series subscriptions through a priority seating list now as well.
Single tickets to individual shows will go on sale this summer.