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Non-stop art in many forms during One Love Manassas April 26-28

The City of Manassas and Historic Manassas, Inc. will host One Love Manassas April 26-28 This multi-media art event will feature live music, a juried art competition, a film showcase, Chasing Light - a 3D music and light interactive experience. The weekend is designed to give artists a platform to perform, share and leverage their art. It is a celebration of life with the arts.

WSHS honors former principal Dr. Thomas Gaul and school’s notable theatre program

Woodbridge High School has a long history and thousands of alumni. To honor both, the school created an Alumni and History Wall to represent students, staff, faculty, and programs. Annually, Woodbridge hosts an alumni event to add the newest images to the wall. This year the school honored one of its former principals and the theatre program.

FCT to conduct auditions for fall production of Steel Magnolias

Fauquier Community Theatre (FCT) is pleased to announce auditions for its production of Robert Harling’s Steel Magnolias, casting six female roles for the portrayal of characters aged 19-65 July 27-28.

Principal dancers from Ballet West to lead master classes July 14 at Manassas Ballet

Beckanne Sisk and Chase O'Connell, principal dancers for the esteemed Salt Lake City company Ballet West, will teach two, 2-hour master classes on Saturday, July 14 at Manassas Ballet Academy in Manassas. Both the intermediate and the advanced classes are open to all area ballet students.

Students at Prince William County Schools earn awards in Help a Horse art contest

Seven students from Prince William County Public Schools earned awards in the Help a Horse contest, sponsored by the Prince William County Animal Shelter as part of its annual “Help a Horse” Day event.

Patriot HS teacher selected for national faculty for new Pre-AP theatre program

As the only performing arts teacher, out of the 75 teachers chosen, Patriot High School's Kathryn Facemire will contribute as the visual and performing arts expert for the new program currently in development. She will guide the creation of content and, this summer, will lead workshops for the teachers who will pilot the new program across the country in the upcoming school year.

All-County art festival April 28 at Colgan High School

Browse the hallways, commons area, and gym to view more than 10,000 works created by talented K–12 students across the county. Visit the auditorium to watch drama groups, choral, orchestra, and percussion ensembles perform throughout the day.

National Park Service plans prescribed fire at Wolf Trap April 6 if weather permits

Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts is preparing for a small prescribed fire today April 6, from 10:30 a.m. to at least 1:30 p.m., weather permitting. The planned fire will be adjacent to the parking lots at the Native Meadow with the goal to maintain wildlife habitat, soil nutrition replenishment and controlling woody and invasive species.

If you’ve written a movie or tv script, here’s a competition for creative Virginians

Virginia Film Office will accept scripts for the 30th annual Virginia Screenwriting Competition from April 13 through May 29, 2018. The competition gives Virginia screenwriters a forum for their work and an opportunity to present their scripts to professionals in the motion picture and television industry.

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