Working to bring original entertainment to the community during the current pandemic, the Vienna Theater Company (VTC) in association with the Vienna Department of Parks and Recreation has developed a unique opportunities to enjoy theater; either as a live, in-person production or in a Zoom digital format.
“Nightmare Alley,” Northern Virginia’s First-Ever Haunted Drive-Thru
The ever-enterprising Workhouse Arts Center is bringing the upcoming Halloween season thrills with its “’Nightmare Alley’, the first immersive, completely contactless drive-thru Halloween experience in the region,” said Joseph Wallen, Director of Performing Arts at the Workhouse.
Connecting the literary community through online gatherings.
This year’s twenty-second annual Fall for the Book will be like no other; a virtual festival, streaming until late November 2020.
Virginia Chamber Orchestra and Meadowlark Gardens Park partner for musical joy.
Through a unique partnership, live music will be heard within the surrounding beauty of the stunning public park, Meadowlark Botanical Gardens.
Original podcast series produced for current social distancing days
Even during these stressful times of COVID-19, the theater adage “the show must go on” remains true.
"As we move into Phase 2 of openings, the arts community is still suffering the economic impacts of COVID-19," said Linda S. Sullivan, President & CEO of ARTSFAIRFAX.
Workhouse Arts Center opening family-friendly entertainment.
Adapting to the special circumstances of COVID-19 with the need for social distancing, the Workhouse Arts Center will be presenting movie entertainment for the whole family.
McLean Community Center survey addresses COVID-19 health and safety concerns.
What will performing arts venues be like once they are permitted to re-open? How will venues meet the safety and health concerns of patrons and performers given the COVID-19 virus?
Fun, immersive musical mystery arriving at the Workhouse Arts Center.
Tysons Showplace ICON Theatres feature 14 screens and premier amenities.