DKG honors novice teachers.
The Beta Delta Chapter of DKG Society International awarded scholarships to novice teachers in Fairfax County and Washington, D.C. on Sunday, April 17 in Springfield.
Fairfax-based nonprofit Our Daily Bread (ODB) invites the public to attend a special evening of art, wine and strengthening community in association with the Fairfax Spotlight on the Arts Festival to benefit the families it serves in the Fairfax County area who are working toward financial self-sufficiency.
Two gamblers, a night club performer with a perpetual cold, and a Christian mission leader longing for the perfect love walk into a … no this isn't the setup for a bad joke. While the plot of Frank Loesser's “Guys and Dolls” may seem a little bizarre at first, the show has remained a treasure of the American theatre since it first opened in 1950. Mount Vernon High School sought to remind us all why this show is so loved, and they were quite successful.
Torpedo Factory hangs in balance between artistic enclave and commercial asset.
Everyone seems to be in agreement: the Torpedo Factory is one of the star attractions of Old Town Alexandria.
Reithoffer Carnival at Landmark Mall extends stay until April 24.
Community theatre group presents a musical based upon the gospel according to St. Matthew.
Fairfax community’s newest theatre group, Popes Head Players, presents “Godspell” on April 22-24 and April 28-30.
Students engaged in arts productions.
Herndon High School continues its tradition of having a student body engaged in the performing arts.
The New Dominion Women’s Club (NDWC) has announced that “The 7th Annual Spring Fling Fashion Show, Luncheon and Raffle” will be held on Sunday, May 1, at noon to support local charities.
Share of McLean was established in 1969 by coalition of faith communities to help meet emergency needs of those in need.
McLean Community Players present “Unnecessary Farce.”
A happily buoyant McLean Community Players (MCP) cast and crew described what audiences can expect at the uproarious production of the award-winning “Unnecessary Farce.”
Find music, dancing, food, and more.
Everything from Korean drumming to Irish dancing, Guatemalan music and food from around the globe — it’ll all be part of the 6th annual Centreville International Showcase. The evening of fun is set for Saturday, April 30, from 5:30-9 p.m.
“What a great way to end a beautiful year,” said director Susie Pike.
The music, story and costumes will transport audiences back to the ’80s when Westfield High presents the musical, “Footloose,” in the school theater. It’s Westfield’s Cappies show and features a cast and crew of 55.
Takes the audience on a joyride.
Gomez, Morticia, Lurch and the rest of the gang from the classic TV show, “The Addams Family,” will come to life onstage when The Alliance Theatre presents the musical comedy of the same name. The show runs three weekends, April 29-May 15, at Mountain View High, 5775 Spindle Court in Centreville.
The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park hosted a Civil War living history weekend with the 7th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry on April 16-17.