Take two popular fairytales, add a couple gigantic puppets and mix well, and the result is Chantilly High's upcoming children's show, “Jack and Jill and the Beanstalk.”
“American Idol” sends Westfield’s Sara Sturm to Hollywood.
It’s too early to know whether Centreville resident Sara Sturm will be the next American Idol; but at least, she has a chance. That’s because, after auditioning on the singing-competition show that aired Jan. 13 on national TV, she received a golden ticket to Hollywood.
Centreville Pyramid Choir encompasses Union Mill, Centreville, Centre Ridge and Colin Powell elementary schools, Liberty Middle School and Centreville High School.
Chantilly High presents “Jack and Jill and the Beanstalk.”
Take two popular fairytales, add a couple gigantic puppets and mix well inside the mind of Chantilly High Theater Director Ed Monk, and the result is the school’s upcoming children’s play.
The Bull Run Festival of Lights is open 7 days a week through Jan. 3, from 5:30-10 p.m. See http://www.bullrunfestivaloflights.com/.
Homes in Centreville are decorated for the holidays.
Homes in Greenbriar and Chantilly’s Eagle Chase neighborhood are decorated for Christmas.
Westfield High presents its “Ho-Ho Holiday Show.”
Each year, a holiday tradition at Westfield High is the “Ho-Ho Holiday show.”
Centreville High presents winter choral concert.
Voices will be raised in song when Centreville High choral students present “Celebrate Peace; A Winter Choral Concert.” It’s set for Thursday, Dec. 17, at 7:30 p.m. in the school theater. Admission is free and a reception will follow.
The Stone Players of Ormond Stone Middle School will be taking on a Disney classic and Broadway production this year in the annual school musical.
Encore Presents ‘Christmas in New York.’
If it is December, it is time for Encore Theatrical Arts Project’s annual holiday show. And this year’s Broadway-style, original musical – celebrating Encore’s 20th anniversary – is called “Christmas in New York.”
Encore to present “Christmas in New York.”
If it’s December, it’s time for Encore Theatrical Arts Project’s annual holiday show. And this year’s Broadway-style, original musical — celebrating Encore’s 20th anniversary — is called “Christmas in New York.”
Abiding Presence Lutheran Church in Burke will host a live performance of Duke Ellington’s jazz interpretation of Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker Suite” from 1960.
The 11th annual Fairfax County History Conference was held Saturday, Nov. 7 at the Sherwood Community Center in Fairfax, titled “Fairfax County’s Founding Fathers - Part I.”
Comedic mystery, “The 39 Steps,” at Westfield High.
Featuring a cast and crew of 35, Westfield’s High’s upcoming play, “The 39 Steps,” is an adaptation of a classic, Alfred Hitchcock movie. And Director Susie Pike says it’s going to be something special.