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  1. The Public Theater is a nonprofit arts organization that produces and presents theater, music, and dance in New York City. Explore their upcoming shows, watch online events, and learn about their programs and history.

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      Calendar - The Public Theater

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      Play Now - The Public Theater

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      Venue Seating Charts - The Public Theater

    • Joe's Pub

      Joe's Pub, a program of the Public Theater, is an...

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      Public Works is animated by the idea that theater is a place...

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      The Public Theater’s Mobile Unit breaks down economic and...

  2. The Pickwick Players is a non-profit Loudoun County organization producing family-friendly musical theatre, holiday singing performances, workshops and camps.

  3. Alice im Wunderland, diese Reise in das Reich hinter den Spiegeln, hinunter in den Kaninchenbau, wird von uns als „unsichtbares Theater“ veranstaltet. Die Zuschauenden spazieren gemeinsam mit den Darstellenden durch den Park und entdecken dabei das Unheimliche inmitten von Vertrautem.

  4. We are Sterling and Loudoun County's hometown theatre, where anyone can walk in off the street and onto the stage; no resume, no headshot, no experience required. We are community theatre for the entire community.

  5. The LSYO's Summer Orchestral Institute brings together world-class performers and young orchestral musicians across Northern Virginia for a week of music-making and orchestral study.

  6. 28. Feb. 2023 · When you’re looking for a place to take the family to see a live show in the Ashburn, VA, area, our team at Crème de la Crème of Port Potomac has you covered with this list of five awesome theaters nearby.

  7. 13. Aug. 2023 · Barter Theatre, nestled near the Blue Ridge mountains in the southwest corner of the state, is Virginia’s official state theater. Founded in 1933, it is the oldest continually operated professional theater in the country.