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5400 Southpoint Boulevard, Fredericksburg, VA, US, 22407

  • Phone: (540) 710-5500
  • Fax: (540) 710-1572
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Attractions

The Island
MetroStageApril 01, 2015 8:00 PM
1201 North Royal Street
Fairfax, VA 22314
Athol Fugard's Tony-nominated drama "The Island" depicts the psychological and physical condition of black political prisoners in South Africa at the height of apartheid. The moving production follows two men who are confined to a location based on the notorious Robben Island prison. There, they spend their days doing back-breaking labor, and their nights rehearsing Sophocles' "Antigone" to present to their fellow inmates. When one man learns his sentence is being reduced, their friendship is tested. Considered to be one of the most significant plays of the twentieth century, "The Island" is based on the true story of Norman Ntshinga, a black actor in South Africa who was arrested on suspicion of being a member of the then-banned African National Congress and sentenced to 10 years. The play, staged at Alexandria's MetroStage, is as powerful and relevant today as it was when devised with two actors in 1973. Doug Brown returns to reprise his role of Winston, while Michael Anthony Williams plays fellow prisoner, John.
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Signature TheatreApril 01, 2015 7:30 PM
4200 Campbell Avenue
Arlington, VA 22206
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Fortunate Youth "Don't Think Twice Spring Tour"
Jammin JavaApril 01, 2015 8:00 PM
227 Maple Avenue East
Vienna, VA 22180
An all-star group of sorts comprised from members of the Southern California reggae scene, Fortunate Youth combines traditional roots reggae with a modern pop accessibility. The band's debut full-length album, entitled Irie State of Mind, became a hit nationwide and managed to land toward the top of the Billboard reggae chart. Using funky instrumentation via the group's talented rhythm section, Fortunate Youth layers emotive vocals and beach chair vibes atop its dub-tinged reggae-pop tracks. The band continues to expand its devoted following and has been able to share the stage with several reggae legends, including The Wailers and Toots & The Maytals.
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Biohazard
EmpireApril 02, 2015 6:00 PM
6355 Rolling Road
Springfield, VA 22152
Biohazard is a hardcore punk and heavy metal act from Brooklyn, New York that drew some misguided controversy at the time of its debut in 1987 due to lyrics that reflected fascist and white supremacist views, despite two of the band members being Jewish. The controversy, although short-lived, did much to catapult the band to the forefront of Brooklyn's burgeoning hardcore scene of the late-1980s through the 1990s. The band would have an on and off again relationship with major recording labels throughout its career. This, and other minor setbacks, however, did little to keep Biohazard from becoming one of the biggest commercial successes on the hardcore punk scene.
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Tom Paxton
The Tin PanApril 02, 2015 8:00 PM
8982 Quioccasin Road
Richmond, VA 23229
Tom Paxton is an American folk singer who has led a successful and storied career since he released his 1962 debut LP, I'm the Man That Built the Bridges. Born in Chicago, he moved to Wickenburg, Arizona as a child and soon began spending time at numerous dude ranches, where he developed his strong interest in folk music. At the age of 16, Paxton was given his first guitar and he quickly immersed himself in composition. Spending years honing his skills in Greenwich Village, New York City during the 1960s folk revival scene, Paxton went on to became a breakout success after his debut album became a crossover hit.Given a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009, Paxton has proven to be one of the more iconic and influential musicians to have emerged out of the 1960s folk scene.
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Nina's Dandy Dinner Cruise
Nina's Dandy April 02, 2015 6:30 PM
Zero Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Cruise from historic Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, past the stunning national monuments and museums, to Georgetown and back to Alexandria on Nina's Dandy Dinner Cruise. Soak in the sights, including Washington's famous cherry blossom trees -- a gift from Japan in 1912 -- and the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials while enjoying a four-course meal by candlelight, served tableside, followed by dancing on the ship's elegant marble dance floor or under the stars on the upper deck. Live music welcomes you aboard and accompanies the dining experience.
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