Now Appearing:

Summer One Night Events

 

Sat 6/25

Summer Cabaret Series:

Jim Van Slyke’s Open Road 10th Anniversary Concert

Jim Van Slyke

Jim Van Slyke, award-winning songwriter and recording artist, kicks off the Summer Cabaret Series with the 10th Anniversary concert of his Grammy nominated, debut album, Open Road, on June 25. Also featured will be music from Jim’s critically acclaimed Sedaka Show and 2nd album The Sedaka Sessions. Featuring Dan Weiner on Drums, Reenie Codelka on Piano, Brian Case on Bass, and Keri Staley and Renae Szymczak on vocals.

Sat 7/2

Summer Cabaret Series:

America’s Composers 

Kick off your Fourth of July Weekend with works by Gershwin, Porter, and Berlin sung by talented vocalists, plus sample featured wines from “The Bar Car”. NextStop welcomes back Jen Lambert (Into the Woods, A Charlie Brown Christmas and Seussical), Ryan Burke (Gutenberg! and City of Angels), and Ariana Kruszewski for an evening of American Composers.

Tue 7/5

Education Programs:

Summer Theatre Adventures Kickoff Party

Start the Summer with a theatre party for all ages. Students will explore the world of theatre in rotating groups learning the ins and outs of stage directions and collaborating with other actors, while participating in exercises to build confidence and foster creativity. Last chance to register for this session is July 1!

Start the Summer with a theatre party for all ages. Students will explore the world of theatre in rotating groups learning the ins and outs of stage directions and collaborating with other actors, while participating in exercises to build confidence and foster creativity. Last chance to register for this session is July 1!

Fri 7/8

DarkNights Visiting Artist Series

Guerrilla Theatre Works: At What Cost?

Bilingual Theatre:  Refugees are fleeing from all parts of the globe, escaping unstable governments and brutal conditionals that have overtaken a place that was once a haven.  GTW invites audiences to confront the looming question: What must one sacrifice in order to secure that elusive notion of “home?” Qué sacrificaría? Using verbal text from primary research sources, musical composition, stylized movement and soft design, Guerrilla Theatre Works provoke a visceral response to awaken the social conscience in all of us.

Bilingual Theatre: Refugees are fleeing from all parts of the globe, escaping unstable governments and brutal conditionals that have overtaken a place that was once a haven. GTW invites audiences to confront the looming question: What must one sacrifice in order to secure that elusive notion of “home?” Qué sacrificaría? Using verbal text from primary research sources, musical composition, stylized movement and soft design, Guerrilla Theatre Works provoke a visceral response to awaken the social conscience in all of us.

There's something new every weekend
From a Cabaret Series to our new DarkNights Visiting Artist Events: Come see theatre experiments, magic, dance, comedy, bluegrass, stage combat, bilingual works, new musicals, staged readings and more! See the Full Schedule

 

 

 

The Latest at NextStop:
Theater to Inspire Conversation: Convergence Theatre to open Summer DarkNights Series - When asked why audiences should see “Guerrilla Theatre Works: At What Cost?” Hoffmann was clear: “People should come see ‘At What Cost’ because it is going to offer a powerful narrative about our society and the way we treat each other and especially immigrants in this country.“I would like to strongly encourage people to come […]
MD Theatre Guide: “High praise” for City of Angels - …high praise goes to this small theater for taking on such a structurally and vocally complex musical as City of Angels. With a smart script that crackles and a rich, jazzy score packed with showstoppers, this production requires a strong cast and creative team. NextStop delivers under the direction of Evan Hoffmann. The voices in this company […]

 

 

NextStop’s 2016/2017 Season Begins September 8
Catch Me If You Can
Eurydice
Much Ado About Nothing
K2
Urinetown

 

 

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NextStop Theatre Company is cleverly concealed inside a former warehouse near Washington’s Dulles Airport, Reston Town Center, and Historic Downtown Herndon. Learn more.

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