DAR Constitution Hall remains the same on the outside, but big changes await visitors when the building reopens. (Courtesy venue) A spotlight in our December issue checked in with venue managers from around the District of Columbia, Virginia and West Virginia. Here are responses from a couple of them; for more, please check out the full story. Paul Guilderson, managing director DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C. How was venue business before the shutdown? We were about average for bookings in that time frame. What big shows did your venue host over that period? World Bank – IMF Board of Governors Meeting and numerous other corporate events. Quite a few comedy shows, including Aziz Ansari, Bert Kreischer, Jo Koy, “My Brother, My Brother and Me.” The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song (tribute concert). What changes did your venue make or get started on before the shutdown? We were […]
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