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Folger on the Road

While our historic building undergoes renovation, Puck leads our merry wanderers on the road for theatrical magic throughout DC. To join us for the journey, select a subscription package below.

For renewing subscribers, the box office will make every effort to provide seats comparable to your current subscription seats at the Folger.


A Midsummer Night's Dream

At the National Building Museum
By William Shakespeare
Dates: to be announced

In partnership with the University of South Carolina, Folger Theatre brings Shakespeare's magical romp to life in the stunning Folger Shakespeare Playhouse, the centerpiece of NBM's festive Summer Block Party.

Performance location: 401 F St NW


The Tempest

In collaboration with Round House Theatre
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Aaron Posner and Teller
Dates: to be announced

Aaron Posner and magician Teller (Penn & Teller) create an extraordinary production of Shakespeare’s final incantation. Featuring choreography by Pilobolus and the songs of Tom Waits and Kathleen Brennan.

Performance location: 4545 East West Highway, Bethesda


Nathan the Wise

In association with Theater J
Adapted by Michael Bloom
Directed by Adam Immerwahr
Dates: to be announced

Inspired by Shakespeare, Gotthold Ephraim Lessing's 1779 work explores religious tolerance and multiculturalism and has been compared to one of the Bard’s late comedies.

Performance location: 1529 16th St NW


 Subscriptions come with benefits:

  • The best seats at the best price.
  • Free and easy ticket exchanges.
  • The Hill & Will discount card for local shopping and dining.
  • PLUS NEW added benefits at partnering theaters!


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Previews     Tuesday Evenings     Wednesday Evenings

Thursday Evenings     Thursday Evenings with Postshow Talks     Friday Evenings

Saturday Matinees*     Saturday Evenings     Sunday Matinees*

Sunday Matinees with Open Captioning     Sunday Evenings


*Weekend matinee performances of A Midsummer Night’s Dream will be at 6pm


Preshow Talks     Stage Director Talks     Brews and Banter