The CenterStage


Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art

Rare footage and interviews of New York artists in the 60s and 70s that sought to produce large-scale earthworks in the desolate desert spaces of the American southwest.

Editorial Review

CenterStage, located in Fairfax County's Reston Community Center at the Hunters Woods Village Center, is a comfortable, fan-shaped 300-seat theater with a professionally equipped proscenium stage. Several community arts organizations, including the Reston Community Players, use CenterStage. The center also books a series of professional touring artists. Local dance groups include the Reston Institute for the Arts; the Conservatory Ballet of Reston; Dianearts, Inc.; and the Ravel Dance Studio. Music groups are the Fairfax West Music Fellowship, the Voce Choral Ensemble and the Reston Chorale. The center also sponsors a Young Actors Theatre.

The box office is open from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, and two hours before any performance. Reservations may also be left on a 24-hour answering machine: 703-476-1111.

-- Brad Hathaway