As should probably be expected for a group named The Alternate Routes, the climb through the musical landscape hasn’t been a direct one.
Staging Dr. Seuss! M.E.H. Students Perform Musical ‘Seussical Jr.’
MARY ELLEN HENDERSON Middle School students took the limelight this past weekend with the spring production of “Seussical, Jr.,” a musical medley of famous children’s author Dr. Seuss’s classic characters. George DeMars (center photo) brought life to the Cat in the Hat, alongside energetic and entertaining performances from Ryan Fields […]
Falls Church City News Briefs
12 File for 4 F.C. Planning Commission Slots A record 12 City of Falls Church residents have filed to fill four seats on the seven-member F.C. Planning Commission, including three incumbents, according to the City Clerk’s office.
McLean HS Theatre Preps for Scottish Stage
After graduating from McLean High School in 1970, theatre arts teacher and director Denise Perrino never imagined that she would now be teaching students of her own on the same stage she had performed on as a teenager – students who, more importantly, have just been asked to perform on […]
A Cheerful Bunch
Leading the encouragement for the Mason high Mustang football team all season long GMHS cheerleaders. The cheerleading squad will be one of several spirit groups that perform at Mason’s October 19 Homecoming. (Photo: Bob Morrison, Bonnie Briar, LLC)
The Last Waltz Ensemble Tribute to The Band, State Theatre, Friday, March 2, Doors 7 p.m, Show 9 p.m.
Jody’s Jam of the Week
DC Comedy Showcase, Tuesday, January 16 at DC Improv
Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” Eisenhower Theatre at the Kennedy Center, through Jan. 28.