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Tysons’ 1st Stage Pulling Back Curtain on Creative Process With Virtual Series

Tysons’ 1st Stage Theatre is starting a series for virtual meet and greets with the staff and performers, along with a peek at the creative process.

The theater announced the new series yesterday (Monday). Called “Community Conversations,” the series kicks off on Saturday, May 9.

Since the coronavirus pandemic prompted show cancellations, the theater has taken to social media to share videos of short performances.

The line-up for the series includes:

  • May 9: Meet the Staff
  • May 16: Artistic Directors in Conversation
  • May 23: Performers in Quarantine
  • May 30: How 1st Stage Develops New Work
  • June 6: The Life of a Solo Artist
  • June 13: Cultural Tysons

All of the conversations will take place at 2 p.m. EST on Zoom and will be posted on social media afterwards for people who couldn’t attend live, according to the theater.

People interested in joining, can register online for each conversation.

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