Our 65th Anniversary Show
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Get ready for vintage classics and brand new favorites!
Call For Volunteers
Please email hexagon.volunteerlocal.com/volunteer/?id=47759 if you are interested in serving as an usher for the 65th annual production this March 2020.
Want to do more? Become a Hexagon member and help bring our next show to life! More information about membership….
About Our Venue
Hexagon is very happy to announce that we have moved to Synetic Theater in Crystal City for our 2020 production!
Synetic Theater in Crystal City is located next to the Crystal City Metro Station on the Yellow and Blue metro lines. If you come in from the underground, simply turn left at the top of the first escalator and go through doors into shopping area. If you are outside on ground level, cross 18th Street to South Bell Street.
Parking in Crystal City garages is FREE after 4 pm on weekdays and all day on weekends. To park, turn onto 20th Street and continue east, downhill past Bell Street. The garage is on your left just past the mural (you’ve gone too far if you reach Crystal Drive).
Winner of the “Best of the Fest” Audience Award at the 2017 and 2018 Capital Fringe Festival, Hexagon is Washington, D.C.’s only original political satirical musical comedy revue. We are a proud nonprofit organization composed of volunteers who come together each year to create entertaining theatre to raise money for local charities.
In November 1955, a group of young Washingtonians and a former member of the famed all-male Princeton Triangle Club decided to put on a show devoted to “pure fun and nonsense.” They called the new group Hexagon—double the Triangle symbol—to represent the inclusion of women. After the show, the organizers found themselves with $3,500 in profits, which they donated to the American Cancer Society. Since 1956, Hexagon has raised more than $3.5 million donated to 40-plus organizations.
Today, Hexagon members are students, teachers, construction workers, medical professionals, plumbers, lawyers, congressional aides, entrepreneurs, engineers, journalists…people of all collar colors and political persuasions…you get the picture. From age 18 to—well, let’s just say, older.