British farce with situational and physical humor.
The Little Theatre of Alexandria (LTA) is staging "Key for Two" from Feb. 25 to March 18.
MetroStage hosts Pipeline Playwrights' first reading.
The new Pipeline Playwrights group in Alexandria is kicking off its 2017 inaugural series with "A Very Present Presence"
Meggrolls Food Truck
Civil War nursing subject of Agenda:Alexandria.
Civil War nursing
Annual free festival at Charles Drew Community Center.
This coming weekend, Arlington County will honor Black History Month with its 25th annual Feel the Heritage Festival.
The Celebrate Great Falls Foundation will host its annual Winter Wine Tasting on Saturday, March 4, from 7-10 p.m. at the River Bend Golf & Country Club on Walker Road.
MetroStage presents 1978 Pulitzer-prize winning classic.
MetroStage in Alexandria is staging the 1978 Pulitzer prize-winning classic, "The Gin Game," which has an all-black cast, now through March 12.
Restaurant Week in Alexandria
A new Pipeline Playwrights group in Alexandria has launched its 2017 inaugural series with four new plays by four women writers.
The National Capitol Area Council (NCAC) Sully District annual Klondike Derby.
The Kennedy Center brings the world premiere of “From the Mouths of Monsters” to Herndon High School.
The Folk Club of Reston/Herndon presents Seamus Kennedy on Feb. 21 during its third Tuesday Spring Concert Series.
Get ready to get your green on a bit early for St. Patrick's Day as Seamus Kennedy, Irish songwriter, guitarist and comedian, makes a concert stop in Herndon during his East Coast tour.
In connection with their upcoming production, TheatreMcLean is hosting Mental Health Week.
In connection with TheatreMclean’s upcoming production of Lillian Hellman’s “The Children’s Hour,” TheatreMcLean is hosting Mental Health Week with McLean High School's Sources of Strength team and other local nonprofits working in the fields of suicide prevention, mental health, and anti-bullying.
A local opera company will perform a long-ignored opera by an African-American to give children a message of education and forgiveness for all ages and races.
Synetic Theater in Crystal City is staging the Shakespeare comedy, "Taming of the Shrew," from Feb. 15 to March 19.