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Celebrating the return of joyous live music at a Northern Virginia destination like no other.
Fairfax Symphony Orchestra Opens New Capital One Hall
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.”
Northern Virginia’s artistic gem returns with live performing arts to celebrate its 50th anniversary
Celebrating its 50th year as a critical anchor to the Northern Virginia performing arts scene and after more than a year’s hiatus in response to the pandemic, Wolf Trap is ready to celebrate its glorious past “and ready for its next five decades,” said Lee Anne Myslewski, Vice President, Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts.
2022 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday observances at Reston Community Center