Falls Church City and virtual events for the week of April 23 – 29. 2020
Arts & Entertainment
Long-time Falls Church resident and civic activist Sara Fitzgerald reveals a rich literary side with a novel about a long and painful love story rooted in the true lives of poet T.S. Eliot and his first love.
In response to the coronavirus pandemic affecting the globe and policies enacted to avoid social gatherings, the News-Press is publishing a list of virtual events weekly in lieu of its regular listings.
The Falls Church Farmers To-Go Market is back, the City Council goes virtual and more.
This week’s virtual events include Bloom Cam at the Tidal Basin, virtual paint nights and the Social Distancing Festival.
In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic affecting the globe and policies enacted to avoid social gatherings, the News-Press will publish a list of virtual events weekly in lieu of its regular listings.
The show is as much a celebration of the podcast’s success as it is the community the founders have cultivated in their three-ish years and just over 800 episodes they’ve put out.
The current run of “Crowns,” the award winning musical at Falls Church’s Creative Cauldron theater, has been named a Helen Hayes Award Recommended production.
Falls Church’s rapidly-emerging regional theater powerhouse, the Creative Cauldron, scored an astonishing nine Helen Hayes Award nominations for the past season.
Going from the subway to the mainstage is every New York City busker’s dream — or better yet — fantasy. But that path was a reality for the genre-pioneering Too Many Zooz, who went from entertaining passersby in the world’s largest metro system to touring coast-to-coast to a legion of fans.