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Inspired, Merry Holiday Fun in Reston

Reduced Shakespeare Company’s ‘The Ultimate Christmas Show (abridged)’ at Reston’s CenterStage.

Christmas show in Reston

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The Providence Players to perform “The Phantom Tollbooth.”

The Providence Players to perform “The Phantom Tollbooth.”

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Tysons’ 1st Stage’s Engrossing ‘My Name Is Asher Lev’

Non-conformist artist as disruptor of family and community.

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Opera in the California Gold Rush Days

Virginia Opera’s “The Girl of the Golden West” at the Center for the Arts

Opera on Old West

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America’s Relationship With Its Environment

Author and activist Terry Tempest Williams at CenterStage.

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Enduring Musical About Love and Society from Reston Community Players

“Aida” arrives at CenterStage.

Virginia Chamber Orchestra Opens 47th Season

Performing “Royal Tributes” at Northern Virginia Community College.

Orchestra

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Notorious People Wanting to Be Heard in Herndon

Stephen Sondheim’s “Assassins” at NextStop Theatre.

Epic Story About Combating Racism

Co-produced by Hub Theatre and Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia.

Secrets of the Universe

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‘Moon Over Buffalo’ Jump Starts New Season

Providence Players to celebrate 20th anniversary.

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Autumn Thrills and Chills at the Workhouse Arts Center

Workhouse presents two thrilling October events with plenty of Halloween haunting specters.

Haunted house

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Music of Hope and Inspiration in Reston

Quetzal to perform at Reston’s CenterStage.

A Night Not to Be Missed at GMU

’ARTS by George’ returns for 12th annual gala.

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A Look Into the World of the Incarcerated

1st Stage in Tysons presents “Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train.”

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‘Tech Babies’ at Epicure Café in Fairfax

Jessica Robinson, founder of Fairfax’s “Better Said Than Done,” presents a one-woman show.

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‘Cabaret’ at Workhouse Stage

Workhouse Arts Center opens new season of live theatre with “Cabaret.”

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Musical Celebration for Fairfax County Milestone

Fairfax Symphony Orchestra presents ‘Fairfax Jubilee Program.’

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‘Disgraced’ at NextStop Theatre in Herndon

Bold award-winning drama.

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Bringing Masterworks to Fairfax

Doug Mears, Fairfax Choral Society long time artistic director to retire.

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Grander ‘Brewfest’ Heads Back to Workhouse

Brewfest in Lorton

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Be Transported to Music Nirvana in Herndon

‘Rodgers and Hammerstein’s A Grand Night for Singing’ at NextStop Theatre.

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Summertime Theater Fun in McLean

McLean Community Players presents “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.”

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One-of-a Kind Artistry Comes to 1st Stage

The Logan Festival of Solo Performance, July 6-16.

The Logan Festival of Solo Performance, July 6-16.

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Fairfax County History as a Musical

Class Act Theatre production to play at two area venues.

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‘Ma Rainey’ Comes to Tysons

1st Stage present ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.’

1st Stage present ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.’

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Fairfax Symphony Launches New Series

‘FSO Presents’ features guest artists and ensembles in venues throughout Fairfax County.

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Great Performances Continue at Mason

Center for the Arts announces upcoming season.

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NextStop Theater presents “Urinetown,” satirical musical.

NextStop Theatre Company presents “Urinetown”

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Celebrating Beethoven

Fairfax Symphony, Fairfax Choral Society and Music and Arts Chorus at Mason stage.

Fairfax Symphony Orchestra

Clown-esque Story at CenterStage

Happenstance Theater presents “BrouHaHa.”

Happenstance Theater presents “BrouHaHa.”

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Blending the Modern with the Nostalgic

Virginia Chamber Orchestra’s presents “America’s Musical Keepsakes.”

Virginia Chamber Orchestra

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‘Roar: True Tales of Women Warriors’ in Vienna

Better Said Than Done to perform at Jammin’ Java.

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Healing Power of Laughter

Reduced Shakespeare Company returning to Reston.

Reduced Shakespeare Company returning to Reston.

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Comic Mystery at Lorton

“The 39 Steps” heads into Workhouse Arts Center.

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Aquila Theatre’s “Our Trojan Wars” at Alden Theatre.

Aquila Theatre brings “Our Trojan War” to the Alden.

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Dance to Provoke and Challenge

Erica Rebollar and Rebollar Dance are returning to CenterStage.

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Classic Literature Comes Alive

Providence Players present “To Kill A Mockingbird.”

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Puccini’s “Turandot” on Mason Stage

Virginia Opera comes to Center for the Arts March 25-26.

Musical Good Times at CenterStage, Reston

“Rock of Ages” produced by Reston Community Players.

Return to the glorious days of 1980s’ rock.

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Derek Jasper’s ‘Epiphany’ at NextStop in Herndon

An evening of mind reading and the unusual.

Local audience demand has been so robust that Evan Hoffmann, NextStop Theatre’s artistic director, said he “had to bring back Derek Jasper to the NextStop stage for a third time. It will be an evening of live entertainment like no other.”

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Pioneering Change For Autism

University of Virginia seminar studies tension between “The Science & Lived Experience of Autism.”

Despite a recent surge in attention and research over the past decade about autism, controversy exists.

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Experience Arts from Around the World at George Mason University

India’s ‘Taj Express: The Bollywood Musical Revue’ at the Center for the Arts.

Contemporary performing arts from India is heading to the Center for the Arts.

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Marvin Gaye’s Soulful Music Takes Reston's CenterStage

Fans of Marvin Gaye’s passionate songs and rich voice will have the opportunity to see his masterworks brought to life through dance and movement at Reston’s CenterStage.

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Edgy, Unconventional Dark Comedy — 1st Stage at Tysons presents ‘Trevor.’

A rewarding tale about miscommunications in a family generating plenty of laughs before a heart-wrenching turn of events makes “Trevor” at 1st Stage a moving exploration of one family’s unusual bonds.

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Dramatic, Suspenseful, Colorful

“The Magic Marksman” from Virginia Opera at Fairfax’s Center for the Arts.

“It’s a suspenseful thriller, with passionate romance and the struggle between good and evil.” That is how Adam Turner, principal conductor, Virginia Opera, described “The Magic Marksman,” the Opera’s next offering at the Center for the Arts.

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McLean Community Players present musical ‘Company’ at The Alden.

Funny and Bittersweet

Under the direction of Sharon Veselic (Herndon), the McLean Community Players (MCP) are bringing a fresh perspective to Stephen Sondheim’s Tony Award winning musical “Company.”

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McLean to Celebrate Dr. King’s Legacy

McLean Community Center Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day with Chuck D.

On Sunday Jan. 15 the McLean Community Center will celebrate the life and works of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by observing his birthday, a Federal and Commonwealth of Virginia public holiday.

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Fairfax: Finding the True Spirit of Christmas

Providence Players present ‘Best Christmas Pageant Ever.’

"We selected “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” because when we first mounted the show in 2012 it was such a resounding audience favorite,” said Jayne Victor, PPF Board President. “It is a delightfully funny show and has such a strong positive message for the Holiday season."

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Love and Sacrifice with Music

The Hub Theatre premieres ‘The Magi.’

Fairfax’s Hub Theatre is presenting the world premiere of “The Magi.” It is a riff from O. Henry’s famous short story about sacrifices people make for those they love. After all, to be and stay in love can mean making compromises.

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