On September 22nd, the Peace Corps community will be center stage for the opening of the REACH living theater at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. Hosted by National Peace Corps Association (NPCA), the Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Washington, DC (RPCV/W), and the REACH, the day's events will feature a full day of programming by and about the Peace Corps experience, including a conceptual presentation of the new Peace Corps Place and the premiere of A Towering Task: The Story of the Peace Corps documentary. Bring your family, friends, and community members to learn about the Peace Corps!
In order to participate, you need to secure free, timed-entry tickets. Your pass grants timed entry into the REACH campus at the Kennedy Center—to explore and enjoy the outdoor and indoor spaces. However entry is based on space availability.
We recommend arriving 30 minutes prior to your scheduled time slot. If capacity has been reached for your time slot before you arrive, you may have to wait in a stand-by line. In addition, passes do not guarantee entry to specific performances or events. All performances and events are first-come, first-served general admission until venue capacity has been reached. There is a 6 pass limit per order. Passes are also available by phone at (202) 467-4600 or in person at the Box Office.
NOTE: If passes appear to be "Sold Out," please continue to check the Kennedy Center's website as tickets are being released on a rolling basis.