Live theater and supper in the natural outdoor beauty of Fairfax’s Veterans Amphitheater
It may have been hot and humid outside of Fairfax’s Kathryn Johnson Middle School, but inside, a bevy of six young actors were a whirlwind of fresh energy rehearsing for the City of Fairfax Theatre “A Brief Shakespeare Festival.”
The past year, with the health and safety of audiences and performers at the forefront because of the pandemic, the Center for the Arts has reimagined what was to be its 30th anniversary season of great entertainment.
Connect with deeper meaning and adventurous explorers at a special, yet temporary outdoor experience to be unveiled on March 21.
Fairfax Symphony named a Dominion ArtStar
With more than five decades as an honored symphony, Fairfax Symphony Orchestra (FSO) adds 2021 Dominion Energy ArtStar to its accolades.
Special free broadcast of ‘The Nutcracker’ from Fairfax Symphony Orchestra in collaboration with the Fairfax Ballet and County Television
With performing arts venues and concert halls closed for live entertainment due to the COVID pandemic three Fairfax County institutions have developed a solution for those seeking Holiday entertainment.
Connecting the literary community through online gatherings.
This year’s twenty-second annual Fall for the Book will be like no other; a virtual festival, streaming until late November 2020.
"As we move into Phase 2 of openings, the arts community is still suffering the economic impacts of COVID-19," said Linda S. Sullivan, President & CEO of ARTSFAIRFAX.
Live performance of NPR’s ‘From The Top’ at Center for the Arts.
Better Said Than Done’s Women’s Storytelling Festival.
Paired with Pizzola’s sensual “The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires.”