Judith Ivey to Perform in Reston
Two-time Tony Award winner Judith Ivey will perform Irene O'Garden's one-woman play "Women on Fire" at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Reston Community Center's CenterStage.
According to a news release, Ivey, a noted character actress, will perform monologues of 12 women on the brink of self-discovery.
The show is for ages 18 and older. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased by calling 703-476-4500. For more information, visit www.restoncommunitycenter.com.
36 Students in State Honors Choir
The Virginia Music Educators Association has chosen 36 county students for its 132-member honors choir.
Selection is by audition. The choir will perform at the organization's annual conference Nov. 19 in Norfolk.
The students are Lindsey Mitchell, Annandale High School; Ashley Antle, Lindsey Reese and Alex Blizniak, Centreville High School; Erin Cooper, Chantilly High School; Brianna Schreiner, Edison High School; Caitlin Donaghy and Rachael Roueche, Langley High School; Jimmy Nguyen, Lee High School; Maurene Comey and Zach Roberts, McLean High School; Rebekah Wilens and Colin Harrell, Oakton High School; Sara Duffy, Holly Hughes, Kent Wyckoff and Eric Strott, Robinson Secondary School; Jacqueline Andors, Kelly Brannock and Peter Ban, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology; Robin Mason, Catarina Brokaw and Ben McVety, West Potomac High School; Hayley Mazzella and Robert Hundemer, West Springfield High School; Kelsey Ray, Laura Fraase, Kevin Manship and Barret Armbruster, Westfield High School; and Laura Chandler, Virginia Buescher, Andrea Fullerton, Katie Morrison, Virginia Harrod, Madeline Priest and Elyse Fiore, Woodson High School.
-- Compiled by DIANE MATTINGLY