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Performing and Reaching Out to the Community

Artist-in-Residence LADAMA brings their Latin Alternative sounds to The Center for the Arts.

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Celebrating Holidays with Music in Fairfax City

Old favorites return and new performers debut at the Center for the Arts.

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Cherished Holiday Tradition Returns to Fairfax

‘The Nutcracker’ performed by Fairfax Symphony Orchestra and Fairfax Ballet at Center for the Arts.

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‘Carrie’ Is Coming to the Workhouse Theatre

Just in time for the Halloween season.

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For Season Opening: ‘Shades of Autumn’ in Annandale

Virginia Chamber Orchestra opens its 49th season.

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‘American Spies’ at NextStop Theatre in Herndon

Hub Theatre producing world premiere of ‘American Spies and Other Homegrown Fables.’

Fairfax’s Hub Theatre is introducing a new playwright to area audience, Sam Hamashima, who wrote “American Spies and Other Homegrown Fables.”

Tender and Tough Experiences in Fairfax

A single dad and his son: ‘The Unaccompanied Minor’ in performance at the JCCNV.

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Making Connections in a Hectic City in Herndon

NextStop Theatre’s upcoming musical “Ordinary Days.”

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Literary Classic ‘Pride and Prejudice’ in Herndon

Spirited new adaptation on NextStop Theatre stage.

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1st Stage Returns to Live Theatre in Tysons with ‘A New Brain’

Performance at a special outdoor location: The Boro at Tysons

After more than a year of limits on live indoor entertainment with live audiences, the award-winning 1st Stage will return to live performance with a special concert edition of “A New Brain” by William Finn and James Lapine.

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Inspiring Young People in Creative Learning Activities

Fairfax Symphony named a Dominion ArtStar

With more than five decades as an honored symphony, Fairfax Symphony Orchestra (FSO) adds 2021 Dominion Energy ArtStar to its accolades.

Reston Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Full weekend of celebratory events.

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Focusing on Unfinished Business of Civil Rights in Reston

Reston observes Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s works and achievements.

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Fairfax to Host ‘A Brief Shakespeare Festival’

Live theater and supper in the natural outdoor beauty of Fairfax’s Veterans Amphitheater

It may have been hot and humid outside of Fairfax’s Kathryn Johnson Middle School, but inside, a bevy of six young actors were a whirlwind of fresh energy rehearsing for the City of Fairfax Theatre “A Brief Shakespeare Festival.”

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‘Nutcracker’ Returns Virtually

Special free broadcast of ‘The Nutcracker’ from Fairfax Symphony Orchestra in collaboration with the Fairfax Ballet and County Television

With performing arts venues and concert halls closed for live entertainment due to the COVID pandemic three Fairfax County institutions have developed a solution for those seeking Holiday entertainment.

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Timeless and Enduring

“The Nutcracker” returns to Center for the Arts: live and with new glories.

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Shakespeare at the Alden Theatre

American Shakespeare Center on Tour returns to McLean.

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McLean Honors Dr. King

MCC’s 2021 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration goes virtual with three events

With three distinct programs to celebrate the 2021 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and with an abundance of health and safety precautions, the McLean Community Center (MCC) has developed original, inter-active, virtual programs.

Time of Reflection and Keeping the Promise

2022 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday observances at Reston Community Center

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