Events in and around Falls Church City this week!
Arts & Entertainment
Local events in and around Falls Church this week
Many of us are familiar with Glen Echo Park as a place to relax with friends as we enjoy good food on the picnic tables in front of the Spanish Ballroom. Glen Echo, a former amusement park with its unique Art Deco-style architecture, is also where children enjoy rides on the historic 1921 Dentzel carousel
Local events in the FC area this week.
classic musical “Camelot,” but with a twist: it actually tells the stories of two Camelots! The first is the story of King Arthur and his knights at the round table of medieval times, while the second is the story of the John F. Kennedy presidency.
What comes to mind when you think of Shakespeare? For me, I remember struggling to read Romeo and Juliet in high school and wishing we could study anything else. However, when I spoke to Meridian High School’s theater director, Shawn Northrip, ahead of the play, my interest was piqued.
The thought of attending a show featuring every play by William Shakespeare is a questionable prospect, to say the least. However, Meridian High School’s performance of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) [Revised] is anything but.
NOVA Nightsky’s newest play follows the story of a young girl named Mary who disappeared in India with her family at a young age. Ten years later, she’s discovered to be in the jungle being raised by tigers and believes she’s a cat.
Based on the book “The Wind in the Willows” by Kenneth Grahame, Creative Cauldron’s play “The Adventures of Mr. Toad” is an action-packed adventure put on for kids, by kids and perfect for the whole family.
Live theater has returned to Meridian High School with the first spring play since the grand opening of Meridian and the new school building. This year’s spring play is the “Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged).”