Morris Cafritz Center for the Arts
Edlavitch Jewish Community Center of Washington, DC
Theater, Film & Music Policies at the Edlavitch JCC
- All sales are final; no refunds.
- All patrons must have a ticket.
Performance and Ticketing Policies
-There is a $5 per ticket exchange fee plus any applicable difference in price between the dates for non-subscription ticket purchases.
- Subscribers receive free and unlimited exchanges within the same price tier. Exchanges to more expensive dates are subject to the difference in price between the dates. No refunds or credit are given for exchanges to less expensive dates.
- No children under five years of age are admitted to the theater.
WASHINGTON JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL
& WASHINGTON JEWISH MUSIC FESTIVAL
- Passes are non-transferable.
- All pass-holders are guaranteed a seat if they select their films & music events at least 5 days in advance of the event. If pass-holders do not select their films & music events at least 5 days in advance, access will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis (space permitting).
THEATER J, WASHINGTON JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL & WASHINGTON JEWISH MUSIC FESTIVAL
Late Arrival Policy
Patrons who have not claimed their tickets as of the scheduled starting time of the show forfeit their original seat assignment and will be reseated into available seats at the discretion of the management at an appropriate break in the show. We do not guarantee that late patrons will be able to claim their original seating assignment at intermission.
Patrons who have not claimed their tickets as of the scheduled starting time of the show forfeit their seat. Tickets are released to a Rush Line at this time and we do not guarantee that late patrons will be able to claim their ticket upon arrival.
All persons entering or exiting the theater after the performance has begun must use the 3rd floor entrances to avoid disrupting the show. Patrons entering during a show will be seated by the staff or volunteers.
Cancellation & Inclement Weather Policy
Cancellations are rare and are usually decided late in the afternoon for an evening event. When a show is cancelled due to inclement weather, refunds or exchanges will be assessed at that time. Based on availability, tickets will be exchanged for another performance of the same production, or refunded if no alternative date is possible.
If a performance is NOT cancelled, but severe weather interferes with attendance, exchanges may be offered for another performance of the same production, based on availability. Refunds are not offered when an event has taken place.
Generally, DCJCC follows Metro’s lead. If the Metro system is still running, the show will go on. If a performance is cancelled the information will be on our homepage and on the main phone lines for each department (listed below). If a performance is not cancelled, we encourage patrons to use Metro instead of driving.
The Edlavitch Jewish Community Center of Washington, DC provides access for patrons using wheelchairs, walkers, canes or crutches. Ample doorways and ramps provide easy wheelchair accessibility. Specially equipped restrooms are on the lobby level.
RemoveableRemovable seats provide patrons with the opportunity to be seated with their companions while sitting in their wheelchair. Please inform the sales office of your needs at the time of ticket purchase and indicate if companion seats are required as well.
Assisted Listening Devices are free-of-charge and available on a first come, first-served basis for all shows. You can request these from concessions before entering the theater. Patrons are asked to provide a name and phone number when checking out a device.
Large print programs are available upon request.
Theater J Open Captioning
Open Captioning is offered during one performance of each Theater J production for our patrons who are hard of hearing or deaf.
If you would like to reserve seats with optimal OC viewing, please contact Patron Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 777-3210. Use coupon code 'THEATERJOC' for 10% off all open-captioned performances. At the time of your ticket purchase, please indicate that you or members of your party will be using this service.
Theater J: (202)777-3210
Washington Jewish Film Festival: (202) 777-3241
Washington Jewish Music Festival: (202) 777-3241
|The Morris Cafritz Center for the Arts is supported by a grant from the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Washington DCJCC does not support or oppose candidates for elected public office. Opinions expressed at all programs of the Washington DCJCC belong solely to those expressing them. The Washington DCJCC partners with many organizations and groups to present programs, but does not endorse the political views or policy positions of any program partner.
The Washington DCJCC is committed to presenting a wide selection of programs that present multiple viewpoints and we encourage you to visit our calendar for information on dialogues and public affairs programming.