The CenterStage


Mr. Vaudeville & Friends with Mark Brutsche

Brutsche stages a vaudeville-themed ghost show.


A new duet by Bronx-born, Virgin Island-reared choreographer Cynthia Oliver that explores, among other themes, gender and racial dynamics and black femininities.

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