1st Stage Theatre in Tysons has unveiled its 2021-2022 season lineup.
1st Stage is reopening its doors to patrons in August for the first time since the venue at 1524 Spring Hill Road closed in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We’re thrilled to finally be bringing people back together,” 1st Stage Artistic Director Alex Levy said in a statement. “One of the things that I think we felt so strongly over the last year and a half is not only how crucial of a role the arts plays in our lives but specifically how important live theater is. We’ve missed coming together to share in stories and be in communion with our friends and neighbors.”
The theater will kick off the season with a reimagined version of the Logan Festival of Solo Performances, which will take place outdoors at Boro Park (8350 Broad Street) with lawn seating available for up to 100 people per performance.
“The festival will activate the new space and provide programming for residents and partnerships between local restaurants and 1st Stage, allowing our 1st Stage family to come together in person and to celebrate the return of live theatre,” the theater said in a press release.
1st Stage will resume indoor performances once the Logan Festival wraps up.
Levy says 1st Stage decided to start with the outdoor festival before returning inside as a precaution due to the continued threat of COVID-19. The theater will have “increased” safety measures and keep monitoring the community health situation.
“We are in continued conversation and assessment to make sure that we are providing the safest atmosphere possible for our audiences and artists,” Levy said.
The 2021-2022 season shows are:
- Making Opera Soup: Aug. 21, 22, 28 & 29 (Logan Festival)
- Charmed Life: Aug. 27 & 28 (Logan Festival)
- Bo-Nita: Sept. 16-19, 22-26 (Logan Festival)
- The Book of Mamaw: Oct. 7-10, 14-17 (Logan Festival)
- Secret Things: Nov. 18-Dec. 19
- The Phlebotomist: Feb. 7-March 13
- The Mamalogues: April 14-May 8
- Under the Sea with Dredgie McGee: June 2-26
More information on showtimes and tickets can be found on the 1st Stage Theatre website.
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