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From Kennedy Center favorite Debbie Allen, this profoundly relevant theatrical narrative fuses movement, music, art, and cinema to explore violence and race relations with honesty and poignancy.

Purchase tickets.  Call Kennedy Center Information or check online regularly for last minute availability.

This profoundly relevant theatrical narrative fuses movement, music, art, and cinema to explore violence and race relations with honesty and poignancy.

Written, directed, choreographed, and with a special appearance by Kennedy Center favorite Debbie Allen, FREEZE FRAME… Stop the Madness features acclaimed Broadway performers, young Hip Hop artists, and Debbie Allen Dance Academy’s finest along with original music by Stevie Wonder, James Ingram, Arturo Sandoval, Rickey Minor, and more.

Don’t miss this captivating new production, which has the power to stun, inspire, awaken, and ultimately create change.Performance Timing: Approximately 1-1/2 hours

Oct. 29: Free Post-Performance Panel Discussion
following the 8 p.m. performance* hosted by Whoopi Goldberg. The panel will be on the topic of “Power of the Arts to Be Transformative,” and includes Nicole Hockley from Sandy Hook Promise, filmmaker Lee Daniels, actress Phylicia Rashad, professor Michael Eric Dyson of Georgetown University, and Kayla Hicks, the Director of African-American & Community Outreach with the Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence.

*For Oct. 29 ticketholders only

Recommended for age 13 and up.
Presented in association with The Wallis Annenberg Performing Arts Center.

A limited number of complimentary tickets have just become available for the NSO for Thursday, October 27 at 7:00 p.m.

If interested, please email your full name and number of tickets you are requesting no later than 12 p.m. Wednesday, October 26 by replying to the following email:  kc-scotty-owner@yahoogroups.com

Tickets will run out quickly.  Remember that you cannot request location of seats and any requests for more than two tickets may require splitting your party up.  Suggestion: only request a pair and let the other members of your party request their tickets, do not try to come with a large party & attempt to all sit together.

You can only reply by email only.  Do not call the box office or anyone at the Kennedy Center regarding this offer.  As well, requests for complimentary tickets for any and all future events cannot and will not be accepted.  When something is offered, the offer is extend for that specific performance.  Finally – once 12 p.m. on Oct. 26 comes and goes, please do not send an email asking if you can still get tickets.  This is a great offer, so please be respectful of the rules and the process.

Please indicated if you require accessible seating because of a disability, again no guarantees, but an effort will be made to accommodate the request.  You MUST indicate that you require accessible seating IN THE INITIAL email, when you make your request for tickets.

*** If you do not received an email confirmation, then you do not have tickets for the performance.  Do not send emails asking if you have or have not been approved.  If you receive an email, you have been approved – if you do not, then you have not.

***These tickets MUST be used. Please be sure that before you make a request for complimentary seats to this performance that you will be able to attend. Failure to comply to this rule will result in disqualification from future offers.

***Tickets will be held in the names provided at the Kennedy Center Will Call window for pick up after 6 p.m. and an email confirmation will be sent. Please allow ample time to pick up your tickets from Will Call.  The name that you provide in the email is the name that the tickets will be in.  Your name on your request MUST match the name on your valid US issued ID (drivers license, passport, or non-driving ID).  No other ID will be accepted and you must show your ID and the names must be the same when you pick up the tickets.

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celebrating their 40th Anniversary at

a Benefit Concert for

the Duke Ellington School of the Arts

Earth, Wind & Fire

at the John F. Kennedy Center

for the Performing Arts

Thursday, February 24, 2011

7:30 PM
Kennedy Center Box Office



Ticket prices: $125-$250
Sponsorship Opportunities Available

$1,000 to $50,000

(sponsorships nclude Post-Performance Reception)

Click here for details!

For Additional Sponsorship Information, call

202-333-2555 ext 2101

The Ellington Fund
The Duke Ellington School of the Arts
3500 R Street, NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20007