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in the Fairfax County Public Schools!

Theatre Arts Directors Association For info: Judy Bowns, Fine Arts office Theatre Ars and Dance Specialist 571-423-4544
or Chip Rome, web curator 703-426-2123

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High Schools

FCPS Middle Schools

Our Town
Lend Me a Tenor
Wizard of Oz
_Almost, Maine
Fairfax Academy
Falls Church
Laughing Jag
Festival of One Acts
Lake Brddock
Lion, Witch & Wardrobe
The Children's Hour


Spitfire Grill
Mt Vernon
Novio Boy
Elephant's Graveyard
So. County
The Canterville Ghost
So. Lakes
Legally Blonde
Fuente Ovejuna
Thomas Jefferson

Winter One-act Festival
West Potomac
Avenue Q
Pajama Game
Pride and Prejudice


_The Outsiders
The Bold, Young and Murdered; Par for the Corpse
Fame, jr.
Frost_28th Annual Evening of One Acts
_.Alice in Wonderland

_ 13 the Musical
_Peter Pan and Wendy

_Little Red Riding Hood

Gease (school edition)
Fiddler on the Roof, Jr.
Lake Braddock

2 One Acts
Alice in Wonderland
10 Ways to Survive Zombies
The Wiz
Rocky Run


So.County MS

Beauty and the Beast
Death to the Drama Club
_...Handsel and Gretl; Jack/Beanstalk
Seussical the Musical


9 to5-The Musical
Avenue Q
Beauty and the Beast
Biloxi Blues
Canterville Ghost
The Children's Hour
Elephants Graveyard
Fame, Jr
Fuente Ovejuna
Into the Woods
The Lady from Maxims
Laughing Jag
Legally Blonde
Lion, Witch and Wardrobe
Little Shop of Horrors
Little Women
Miracle Worker
Novio Boy
Our Town
Pajama Game
Pride and Prejudice
The Snow Queen
The Spitfire Grill
Tragedy of Antony & Cleopatra
Wizard of Oz

Alice in Wonderland
Bold, Young & Murdered
Death to the Drama Club
Fiddler on the Roof, Jr.
For Your Consideration
Grease (school edition)
Handsel and Gretl
Jack and the Beanstalk
Little Red Riding Hood
The Outsiders
Par for the Corpse
Property Rites
Seussical Jr.
Peter Pan & Wendy
Seussical the Musical
Ten Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse
The Wiz
Thirteen the Musical



Production Lineup:

April 23-24-25-26

Thoreau Middle School
Suessical Jr.
April 23-26, 2014 @ 7:30pm
April 26, 2014 @ 3:00pm
Tickets $5 at the door

McLean High School
To Kill A Mockingbird
April 24-26  @ 7:00pm; April 26 at 2pm
Tickets $10 for students; $15 for adults

Woodson High School
Pride and Prejudice
Friday, April 25, 7:30pm
Saturday, April 26, 2:00pm (understudy)
Saturday, April 26, 7:30pm
Family friendly matinee only $5 at the door.
Tickets available online at or at the door for all evening performances

South Lakes HS
Legally Blonde
April 24-26

April 30-May 1-2-3-4

Robinson Secondary School
the musical comedy whodunit!
May 2-3 @ 7:30pm
Tickets $12

Lake Braddock Theatre
The Tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra
May 1 7:30 pm, May 2 8 pm, May 3 2:30 and 8 pm
William Shakespeare’s Antony & Cleopatra
Thursday May 1, 2014 7:30 pm
Friday May 2, 2014 8 pm
Saturday May 3, 2014 2:30 AND 7:30 pm
Tickets online Monday April 21, 2014

Cooper Middle School
April 30th & May 1st @ 2:30pm,
May 2nd & 3rd @7:00pm
Tickets $5 student/$8 adult

Fairfax High School
9to5: the Musical
May 2-4 & 9-11
Fri/Sat @ 7:30pm
Sun @ 2:30pm

West Springfield High School
The Pajama Game
May 1-4
Thurs - Sat @ 7:00 p.m.
Sun @ 2:00 p.m.

JEB Stuart High School
Fuente Ovejuna
By Lope de Vega; Translated by Laurence Boswell
May 1,2,3, 9, 10 @ 7 pm

Woodson High School
Pride and Prejudice
Friday, May 2, 7:30pm
Saturday, May 3, 2:00pm (understudy)
Saturday, May 3, 7:30pm
Family friendly matinee only $5 at the door.

Thomas A. Edison High School
The Wizard of Oz
May 2, 3, 9, 10 at 7:00 p.m. 
May 3 & May 10 at 2:00 p.m.
Pre-sold Tickets
Students, Children, Senior Citizens $8
Adults $10; Door Price $12

Luther Jackson Middle School
Mulan, Jr.
May 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 7:30 pm
Tickets $6 at the door

South Lakes HS
Legally Blonde
May 1-3

May 8-9-10

Robinson Secondary School
May 8-9-10@ 7:30pm

Fairfax High School
9to5: the Musical
May 2-4 & 9-11
Fri/Sat @ 7:30pm
Sun @ 2:30pm

Longfellow Middle School Presents
Beauty and the Beast Jr.
May 9-11 @ 7 pm with a 2 pm matinee on May 11th as well
Students: $7
Adults: $10

McLean High School
Taming of the Shrew
May 8-10 @ 7:00pm
Tickets $10 for students; $15 for adults

May 16

Spring Theatre Showcase
Whitman Middle School
May 16th, 2014 at 7pm
Tickets: $1

Frost Middle School
29th Annual Theater Sports Contest
May 16 @ 7:30
Tickets $3.00 @ school/$5.00 @ the door

June 5

Washington Irving Middle School
Scenes Night (S2)
June 5 @ 7:00pm
Tickets: FREE!




Robinson Summer Theatre Programs '13

Curtain Call - Half day, one week drama camps (K-8) July 1-26 9a-12 & 1-4p

Fun in the Theatre - Drama day care (gr1-6 . 9a-4p)

Stage Door - Create a theatre piece (MS students) - July 27-Aug 9 9:30-3:30

Intro to Musical Theatre - gr.7-12 7/15-19

Audition Boot Camp gr.7-8   7/15-19 3-5p

Adventure Theatre, Glen Echo, MD

Camp Shakespeare
Groundlings 9-11
Young Performers 12-14
Teen Ensemble 15-18
2-week Performance intensive $725
3-week Advanced Camp $1100
June 17-Aug 10 10am-5pm

Westfield Summer Stage
A theatre arts workshop for rising 7th-graders through graduated seniors.
Cole Porter's musical comedy ANYTHING GOES
Five performances July 20, 21, 27, 28 at 7:30 pm and July 22 at 2 pm. 
Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door.  
Westfield High School in Chantilly, Virginia.
Seating is reserved. Buy tickets online at


"Broadway Biz" Summer Drama Camp Premiere's Broadway & Hollywood Hits- Casting ages 7-14! BY POPULAR DEMAND Moonlit Wings Productions Limited spots available, register at

Rick Mades
Camp Director
Maine Arts Camp
561-865-4330 - winter phone

Camp Arena Stage

A multi-arts summer day camp located in
Georgetown for young people ages 8 -15.
4-Week Intensive: June 28 – July 23, 2010
2-Week Session: July 26 – August 6, 2010

Studio Theatre
Young Actors Ensemble Summer 2013 Schedule

Registration is on a first come basis
TO REGISTER: Call (202) 232-7267
PLACEMENT AUDITIONS: Saturday, June 15, 2013
Session 1:
PROGRAM DATES: June 24 – July 12, 2013 (no class July 4)
PROGRAM SCHEDULE: Monday – Friday 9:00am – 3:00pm
FINAL SCENES:  Friday, July 12, 2013 Session 2:
SESSION PROGRAM DATES: July 15 – August 2, 2013
PROGRAM SCHEDULE: Monday – Friday 9:00am – 3:00pm
FINAL SCENES: Friday, August 2, 2013 ANNA BOSY | Conservatory Assistant
1501 14TH ST NW
T  202-232-7267, ext. (352)
F  202-588-5262
The Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory is currently accepting applications for our Summer 2013 Young Actors Scholarship! This scholarship seeks to provide aspiring young artists ages 12-17 the opportunity to take part in our newly-expanded, full-day Young Actors Program for the reduced fee of $20.

In one of our two 3-week sessions, each student will begin their day with specialized instruction in Voice, Movement, and Improvisation. They’ll receive acting training using theatre games, improvisations, ensemble work, monologues, and scene study from both contemporary and classical literature to further enhance students’ performance skills. On the final day of the program, the students will then showcase their work for family and friends in our Final Scenes presentation.

Camp Shakespeare

2-week camps from The Shakespeare Theatre company in DC

Sessions run June 21 - August 14

Capitol Hill, NW DC, and N Va. locations

Traveling Players

Programs for rising 6th to 12th graders

  • Small ensemble size (13 to 15 max)
  • A faculty-to-camper ratio of 1:4
  • Weekly campouts to teach outdoor skills
  • A low ropes course to build ensemble
  • Performance tours from 3 days to 2 weeks
  • Tour locations include Shenandoah National Park, Douthat State Park and Colonial Williamsburg
  • A daily Transportation System that runs throughout the DC Metro area
    Scholarships are available for all programs

FCAC - cable channel 10 Summer Camps 1 week Radio and 2 weeks of Television Summer camps which will certify them as TV & Radio producers

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Director of Training  Meena Gupta 571-749-1116/1102

Walnut Hill Summer Theater
Now in its 34th year, Walnut Hill Summer Theater's unique combination of classes and six productions in five weeks will give your students the opportunity to grow as actors, singers, dancers, and people.

12 Highland Street , Natick, MA 01760 508-650-5020


annual Summer musical production.

"Hang-Gliding Through the Sky of Mind ~ The Life of Leonardo daVinci."  

ages 7 thru 19 years, plus singing and dance/action leads for those interested.   Additional Dance Intensive for ages 9 and up also available with Theresa D'Alessandro.  Play rehearses July 12 thru 23

School of Theatrical Dance

Great Falls, Va

performance Sat., July 24

The Great Falls Grange Theater

Info: Patricia Budwig, M.A.,  Play Director, 703.790.9050 or

CITY AT PEACE Washington, D.C.

Summer Street Theatre

This six week program allows participants to examine some of the issues facing young people in the DMV and gives them tools for creating steps toward positive change.   Youth ages 14-21 are eligible.

Youth will also receive training from adult professionals in the areas of acting, singing, dancing, stage management, sound design, wardrobe and costumes, set and properties design, marketing and promotions and leadership development. 

The program will culminate in an original musical written and performed by the participants for audiences, outside and in recreation centers across the city. 

This program runs Monday thru Friday from 10am until 4pm.  It begins Monday, June 27, 2011 and ends Friday, August 5, 2011.  It is open to young people from DC, Maryland and Virginia.  There is no cost to participate.


The audition process is simple.  There is nothing to prepare.  There are survey forms to fill out, theatre games, a simple dance combination and some singing.  We supply all of the work.  We don’t accept applicants based on talent alone.  We are looking for young people who are interested in working together to find solutions to the problems facing our society and their lives.  All your young people need do is be willing to go through the process and be able to commit.

If there are any young people you would suggest, no matter how large the number, please encourage them to come to these auditions.  We are a very diverse cast and accept all ethnicities.



City at Peace is located inside the Atlas Performing Arts Center, 1333 H Street NE, Washington, DC 20002.  Call us at 202.399.7993 ext. 156 or email us at or check out our website, .

Audition Dates and Times

June 4th at 5pm, June 11th at 5pm and June 17th at 4:30pm

    Featured Productions

    Intimate interviews with Broadway stars!

    Watch for more details!

    New Voices for the Theater

    Playwriting Competition

    The 24th annual New Voices for the Theater playwriting competition is accepting one-act plays from high school students for our summer residency. Deadline: Feb. 15th, 2013

    For more information or questions, please contact Laine Satterfield, Program Director, or visit our website at

    FCPS Theatre Folks
    Around the Town

     The Best Christmas Pageant Ever produced by the Metropolitan Theatre company on Mount Vernon’s stage.  I play the mother opposite some of my former students!  It’s a real thrill and lots of fun.  The show runs just next weekend- Friday and Saturday (Sept 10 and 11)  at 7PM and Saturday matinee at 4PM.  Tickets are $6 for students/seniors and $10 for adults.  Go to for tickets and more information.  It would be fun to see you in the audience!

    Beth (Becker) De Marco

    Theatre Arts Director, Mount Vernon High School Drama, 703-619-3100 x. 3259

    Skip Bromley makes his Washington DC acting debut in "Mae" at Studio Theatre!

    FCPS Alumni in the Arts

    John Hartman (Woodson/Frost alum) is now on the Main Stage with Second City

    IN MEMORIAM - Ryan Haldeman, Robinson '03 - 1984-2012

    Faye Armon (Centreville alumni).  Prop master for War Horse and Golden Boy!

    Maureen Rohn, Robinson alum, stars as Elle in "Legally Blonde" at the
    Reston Community Center

    John Hartman, Woodson 2002, Frost Middle School 1998, is performing with Second City Chicago.

    Tiffany Dupont (LBSS Class of ’99) plays Frannie on Family Channel’s Greek
    Chad Dukes (LBSS Class of ’97) radio show “The Big O and Dukes Show” airs every day 10 am – 3 pm on WJFK 106.7
    Helen Hayes award winning Jenna Sokolowski (LBSS Class of ’97) will play Little Edie in Studio’s Grey Gardens Nov 12 – Dec 21, 2008.

    Featured in Washingtonian Magazine October 2008.

    Christina Hendricks, Fairfax 1993 -

    Currently starring on AMC's Mad Men as Joan Holloway.

    Samantha (Sam) Goodwin, Fairfax Early 90s -

    Currently Costumer at Disney Orlando - In charge of all costumes for Magic Kingdom parades.

    Tara Bowen (Robinson '01) stars as
    Cleopatra for the History Channel's
    "Digging For the Truth." 

    Melisa Breiner-Sanders (Robinson)

    Nehal Joshi (Robinson '97)
    playing Ali Hakem in "Oklahoma!" at Arena Stage (fall 2011)

    Yasir Latifi

    Now part of "The Capitol Steps"!
    (featured as President Obama)

    Nili Bassman (Robinson '87)

    on Broadway in "Chicago"

    Alex Avila (Robinson '05) stars as Romeo in
    "Romeo and Juliet"

    Patricia G. Budwig, M.A. (Langley HS, 1972)

    Creative Director, Starshine Theater, Great Falls, Va

    Tessa Munro attended Stuart High School in the mid 90s ,
    now acting in Hollywood. Film credits on IMDB