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    http://www.galatheatre.org

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    main: (202) 234-7174

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    3333 14th St NW
    Washington, DC 20010
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    Housed in the restored dome of the historic Tivoli Theatre building. Handicapped accessible via elevator to both lobby/box office and theatre. GALA's bar/concession stand offers alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and snacks (chips). No drink minimum and theatre goers may take their drink into the theatre ONLY if it is a clear drink (water, white wine, etc.). No bar services during Student Matinees.

    Parking

    off Park Road. Heading north on 14th Street from downtown DC, take a right on Monroe Street (heading south on 14th, take a left onto Monroe Street), go one block to Holmead Street and take a right, go to Park Road and take a right. The entrance to the parking garage is at the corner on the right after you turn onto Park Road. Validate your parking ticket at the GALA box office and pay a $4 flat fee instead of the hourly rate.
    Parking is also available in the Target garage off of Park Road on the West side of 14th Street (between 14th and 16th Streets). $1 per hour.

    Directions by Public Transport

    GALA Theatre is on 14th Street, one block north of the Columbia Heights Metro Station on the Green line. Entrance is in the middle of the block. There is a parking garage available for GALA patrons GALA Theatre is on 14th Street, one block north of the Columbia Heights Metro Station on the Green line. Entrance is in the middle of the block. There is a parking garage available for GALA patrons in the Tivoli Square Complex that is part of the Giant Food Store with entrance on Park Road. Enter to the parking deck, and make sure your ticket is validated in the GALA box office: parking offers you a $4 flat rate for the whole evening. Limited street parking is available on 14th Street, Park Road, and Monroe Street, and other paid parking available in the Best Buy-Target Mall across the street (no GALA discount).

    Wheelchair Access

    Handicap parking space available on second/Third level parking garage

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    • Subscription Series 2018-2019

      Subscription Series 2018-2019

      SUBSCRIPTION SERIES 2018-2019 1) Como agua para Chocolate (Like Water for Chocolate) / U.S. Premiere / September 6 - October 7, 2018 Based on the novel by Laura Esquivel (Mexico) Adapted for the stage by Garbi Losada (TEATROA) Directed by Olga Sánchez A dash of romance, a sprinkle of comedy, and lots of quail, chile, mole, and rose petals create an intense world of passion! A young woman trapped by traditions finds freedom in cooking so magical it inspires people to laugh, cry, and burn with desire. Presented in Spanish with English surtitles 2) XIV Fuego Flamenco Festival: Reditum / U.S. Premiere / November 8 — 11, 2018 José Barrios & Co. In collaboration with Fundación Conservatorio Flamenco Casa Patas, Madrid A high-spirited performance by one of Spain's hottest flamenco dancers. La Sobremesa / D.C. Premiere / November 16 — 18, 2018 Omayra Amaya Flamenco Dance Co. With Edwin Aparicio "Mesmerizing… intense… erotic… splendid… I dare anyone to take his or her eyes off Omayra when she is performing the flamenco she was born to dance." — The Boston Globe 3) El viejo, el joven y el mar (The Old Man, the Youth, and the Sea) / World Premiere / February 7 — March 3, 2019 By Irma Correa (Spain) Directed by José Luis Arellano (2016 Helen Hayes Awards winner for Yerma) Based on historic events, Spaniard writer Miguel de Unamuno, who represents the power of reason, and a boy who dreams of tomorrow plan an escape under the watchful eye of the General guarding Fuerteventura Island. Presented in Spanish with English surtitles. 4) Fame, The Musical en español / U.S. Premiere / April 25 — June 2, 2019 Conceived & Developed by David Da Silva Book by José Fernández (Cuba) Music by Steve Margoshes Lyrics by Jacques Levy Directed & Choreographed by Luis Salgado (2018 Helen Hayes Awards winners for In the Heights en español) A diverse group of ambitious, young hopefuls dream od stardom as they deal with life, love, and a tragedy at the prestigious high school for the performing arts. This production pays homage to the overlooked Cuban author who wrote the book for this world famous musical. Bilingual, with surtitles in both English and Spanish.

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    • Main Stage: Como agua para Chocolate (Like Water for Chocolate)

      Main Stage: Como agua para Chocolate (Like Water for Chocolate)

      Como agua para Chocolate (Like Water for Chocolate) / U.S. Premiere / September 6 - October 7, 2018 Based on the novel by Laura Esquivel (Mexico) Adapted for the stage by Garbi Losada (TEATROA) Directed by Olga Sánchez A dash of romance, a sprinkle of comedy, and lots of quail, chile, mole, and rose petals create an intense world of passion! A young woman trapped by traditions finds freedom in cooking so magical it inspires people to laugh, cry, and burn with desire. Presented in Spanish with English surtitles. English speakers recommended to sit in rows E through H in order to read the surtitles comfortably. If you require a wheelchair space please call the office, 202-234-7174, to book your ticket. There are limited wheelchair spaces available for each show.

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    • Main Stage: XIV Fuego Flamenco Festival: Reditum

      Main Stage: XIV Fuego Flamenco Festival: Reditum

      Reditum / U.S. Premiere / November 8 - 11, 2018 José Barrios & Co. In collaboration with Fundación Conservatorio Flamenco Casa Patas, Madrid A high-spirited performance by one of Spain's hottest flamenco dancers. If you require a wheelchair space please call the office, 202-234-7174, to book your ticket. There are limited wheelchair spaces available for each show.

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    • Main Stage: XIV Fuego Flamenco Festival: La Sobremesa

      Main Stage: XIV Fuego Flamenco Festival: La Sobremesa

      La Sobremesa / D.C. Premiere / November 16 — 18, 2018 Omayra Amaya Flamenco Dance Co. With Edwin Aparicio "Mesmerizing… intense… erotic… splendid… I dare anyone to take his or her eyes off Omayra when she is performing the flamenco she was born to dance." -The Boston Globe If you require a wheelchair space please call the office, 202-234-7174, to book your ticket. There are limited wheelchair spaces available for each show.

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    • Main Stage: El viejo, el joven y el mar (The Old Man, the Youth, and the Sea)

      Main Stage: El viejo, el joven y el mar (The Old Man, the Youth, and the Sea)

      El viejo, el joven y el mar (The Old Man, the Youth, and the Sea) / World Premiere / February 7 - March 3, 2019 By Irma Correa (Spain) Directed by José Luis Arellano (2016 Helen Hayes Awards winner for Yerma) Based on historic events, Spaniard writer Miguel de Unamuno, who represents the power of reason, and a boy who dreams of tomorrow plan an escape under the watchful eye of the General guarding Fuerteventura Island. Presented in Spanish with English surtitles. English speakers recommended to sit in rows E through H in order to read the surtitles comfortably. If you require a wheelchair space please call the office, 202-234-7174, to book your ticket. There are limited wheelchair spaces available for each show.

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    • Main Stage: Fame, The Musical en español

      Main Stage: Fame, The Musical en español

      Fame, The Musical en español / U.S. Premiere / April 25 - June 2, 2019 Conceived & Developed by David Da Silva Book by José Fernández (Cuba) Music by Steve Margoshes Lyrics by Jacques Levy Directed & Choreographed by Luis Salgado (2018 Helen Hayes Awards winner for In the Heights en español) A diverse group of ambitious, young hopefuls dream od stardom as they deal with life, love, and a tragedy at the prestigious high school for the performing arts. This production pays homage to the overlooked Cuban author who wrote the book for this world famous musical. Bilingual, with surtitles in both English and Spanish. English speakers recommended to sit in rows E through H in order to read the surtitles comfortably. If you require a wheelchair space please call the office, 202-234-7174, to book your ticket. There are limited wheelchair spaces available for each show.

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    • GALita:  Entre la tierra y el cielo (Between Earth and Sky)

      GALita: Entre la tierra y el cielo (Between Earth and Sky)

      Entre la tierra y el cielo (Between Earth and Sky) / World Premiere / October 13 - 27, 2018 Written by Cecilia Cackley Directed by Elena Velasco A curious young girl explores the magical world of plants and stars as she breaks with family and societal expectations. Based on the life of Mexican-American botanist Ynés Mexia. A bilingual production. If you require a wheelchair space please call the office, 202-234-7174, to book your ticket. There are limited wheelchair spaces available for each show.

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    • GALita: Picasso

      GALita: Picasso

      Picasso / World Premiere / March 9 - 23, 2019 Written and Directed by Cornelia Cody Discover the mysteries behind the life and work of the creative genius through the eyes of an inquisitive child. A bilingual production. If you require a wheelchair space please call the office, 202-234-7174, to book your ticket. There are limited wheelchair spaces available for each show.

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    • REEL TIME AT GALA, 7th Annual Film Festival

      REEL TIME AT GALA, 7th Annual Film Festival

      REEL TIME AT GALA, 7th Annual Film Festival (Mexico - Argentina - Colombia) / November 28 - December 2, 2018 Showcasing new and classical films from three Latin American industries leading the industry. Discussion after each screening. Lineup, dates, and times to be announced. All films in Spanish with English subtitles. If you require a wheelchair space please call the office, 202-234-7174, to book your ticket. There are limited wheelchair spaces available for each show.

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    • Poetic Chicle - Otra One-Man Loquera

      Poetic Chicle - Otra One-Man Loquera

      Written and Performed by Quique Avilés In this show about citizenship, led by poetry and percussion, Quique becomes Chamba, a one-time chicle (gum) peddler who now sells poems. Based on Quique's own handmade books, the piece travels back through time and over borders to Chamba's childhood in El Salvador. A bilingual presentation. If you require a wheelchair space please call the office, 202-234-7174, to book your ticket. There are limited wheelchair spaces available for each show.

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