**IMPORTANT SUBSCRIBER INFORMATION**
February 15, 2012
Dear TAP Subscriber:
The Arlington Players (TAP) is excited to announce our Spring 2012 production:
Stephen Sondheim's A Little Night Music
Directed by Chris Dykton
Please remember that Cats has been postponed to Spring 2013 due to damage to the Thomas Jefferson Theater sustained during this summer’s earthquake.
NEW DATES: Thursday-Sunday, June 1-17, 2012 Evening performances are at 8:00 p.m. and Sunday matinees are at 1:00 p.m.
Three additional performances have been added to this special production’s run: Thursday June 7, Thursday June 14, and Sunday June 17.
NEW LOCATION: The Kogod Cradle at the Mead Center for American Theater, 1101 Sixth Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024
The Mead Center for American Theater is a state-of-the-art three-theater venue that is home to Arena Stage, a not-for-profit professional theater company that serves a diverse annual audience of more than 300,000 and is a national center dedicated to the production, presentation, development and study of American theater. With the opening of its expanded facility in 2010, the Mead Center became the second largest performing arts complex in Washington, DC. www.arenastage.org.
The Arlington Players is the sole producer of A Little Night Music, it is not associated with Arena Stage.
Please see attached sheet for directions, parking and/or Metro options.
IMPORTANT TICKET INFORMATION
As the dates of performances, and the arrangement of the house, have changed greatly, we are offering you the opportunity to attend whichever performance you prefer. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-549-1063 ext. 3, to reserve your performance date; seating will be general admission. We will not be issuing new tickets for these performances, please use the Cats ticket you received for admission to the theater on your chosen performance date. Please reserve your performance date by May 10, 2012.
Thank you again for your continued patience and support of The Arlington Players. We have had a phenomenal season so far, and we look forward to closing the 61st Season with this amazing show.
Audience Relations Director
From Rockville: Take I-495 south into Virginia. Exit at the George Washington Memorial Parkway and follow the signs to Washington. Take I-395 North exit (14th Street Bridge). At the end of the bridge, take the right fork and exit Maine Avenue at the light. The theater is three blocks ahead on the left.
From I-395 in Virginia: Take I-395 to Washington over the 14th Street Bridge. From this point, follow directions from Rockville (above).
From Baltimore: Take the Baltimore-Washington Parkway (I-295) south to Route 50 West. Route 50 becomes New York Avenue; take New York Avenue to I-395 South. Turn left; go through the tunnel and follow the signs to the 7th Street exit. At the light, turn left. At the third light, turn left onto Maine Avenue. The theater is one block ahead on the left.
From Bethesda/Upper NW, DC: Take Massachusetts Avenue towards downtown around Sheridan Circle and Dupont Circle to 9th Street, NW. Turn right onto 9th Street. Follow 9th Street across Constitution Avenue and through the 9th Street Tunnel. Stay in the center lane in the tunnel and follow sign to Maine Avenue. Turn left at the light at Maine Avenue. The theater is three blocks ahead on the left.
From Southern Maryland: Take Suitland Parkway towards Washington and cross the Frederick Douglass Bridge. After the bridge, merge to the far right lane to avoid the underpass and to get to the traffic light at M street. Turn left on M street. The theater is approximately one half mile ahead on the right.
On-Site Parking: Single ticket buyers may park under the building on a first-come, first-served basis on the day of their performance for $20. The entrance is located on Maine Avenue between Sixth and Seventh streets and exits onto Sixth Street.
Off-Site Parking: Parking is available for $11 at 1101 Fourth Street, SW by the Metro station. Enter at 1101 Fourth St., across from the Safeway. It is a short walk around the corner to the Mead Center for American Theater at 1101 Sixth St. The lot is available on a first-come, first-served basis on the day of the event only, and payment will be collected at that time.
Street Parking: Street parking is available along most of Maine Avenue and Water Street. Meter times and prices vary upon location and can be valid up to 10:00 PM in some locations. Parking is only free on Sundays in the SW Washington, DC area. Please read signage carefully and observe parking restrictions. Mead Center for American Theater is not responsible for the condition of parking meters on neighborhood streets.
Metrorail: The Waterfront-SEU station, on the Green line, is located at Waterside Mall, 4th and M Streets, one block East of the theater.
Metro Buses and Circulator Buses: Stops are located directly in front of the theater, and across from and slightly north of the theater entrance.