In this spirit, “Alice in Wonderland” isn’t just a performance but a showcase for the Creative Cauldron’s Learning Theater program which is an intensive eight-week children’s theater course for kids ranging from age 7 – 13.
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By Nabeeha Asim, Dominion High School Concealed feelings of love, loss, marriage, separation of used-to-be lovers, and friendships are all illustrated in the amazing production of “The Women”, held by Justice High School. Advertisements The 1936 comedic play, originally written by Clare Boothe Luce, touches base on the feelings of […]
It’s time to break out the bibs and stretchy pants: Falls Church Restaurant Week is here!
Two Falls Church eateries earned coveted Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington award nominations and will be vying for hardware at the group’s annual award ceremony, known as the RAMMYs, later this summer. Perennial nominee Taco Bamba, with a nod for a fourth consecutive year, is up, once again, for “Favorite Fast […]
In short, Davis, along with drummer Bobby Van Stone and bassist Patrick Stevenson, just plain rock.
The play, about a professor named John (Christopher Crockett) on the verge of tenure and a student named Carol (Amanda Ranowsky) who accuses him of sexual harassment, is something that the Providence Players board felt the production would be better in a more intimate environment.
Friday, March 8, Falls Church’s live music venue, the State Theatre, will be given over as a “safe space” for LGBTQ persons to assemble, something the principal organizer of the event hopes will become a regular happening in the Little City. David Tax of Clare and Don’s Beach Shack, next […]
Lipetz beamed while noting the Herndon show was one of the best experiences of her young life, though she also knows it will be hard to let it go after this weekend’s final run.
It started with her asking, “What kind of musician am I at heart, beyond just traditional bluegrass?” From there Hull began writing and playing more music unencumbered by people’s idea of how she should be writing and performing.
Bluegrass music typically conjures up images of dusty rural folk posted up on a wooden porch with a “XXX” bottle nearby serving as the inspiration and compensation for a good song. And while that may hold true in some corners of the country, Falls Church’s own Leesburg Pike Bluegrass brings […]