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Arlington Parks and Recreation
And Performing Arts

Bicycle Paths
Arlington has a number of paved off-road bicycle trails, all of which travel along the Potomac River and its tributaries, abandoned railroad beds, or major highways. One of these trails, the Mount Vernon Trail, runs for 17 miles along the Potomac, continuing through Alexandria to George Washington's plantation home. In Arlington's southeast corner, immediately south of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, the Mount Vernon Trail connects to the Four Mile Run Trail, which travels westward through Arlington in a stream valley. In addition, a rail trail, the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Trail (W&OD Trail), travels northwest for 45 miles from the Arlington/Alexandria boundary at Shirlington through Falls Church, Vienna, Herndon, and Leesburg to the town of Purcellville in western Loudoun County, Virginia. Other notable trails include both the Custis Trail, which travels westward beside Interstate 66 through Arlington, connecting the Mount Vernon Trail in Rosslyn with the W&OD Trail, and the Bluemont Junction Trail, a rail trail that travels between the W&OD Trail and Ballston, where it connects with the Custis Trail. In addition, a partially off-road bike route bisects the County while traveling westward from Arlington National Cemetery, the Iwo Jima Memorial and Rosslyn to Falls Church while traveling as a paved trail near or adjacent to Arlington Boulevard (U.S. Route 50) or within the Boulevard's service road. Further, many of the County's major streets contain designated bicycle lanes near their curbs or parking lanes.

Iwo Jima Memorial
The Tomb of the Unknowns, also known as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, stands atop a hill overlooking Washington, DC. Kennedy is buried in Arlington National Cemetery with his wife and some of their children. His grave is marked with an "Eternal Flame." His brother Senator Robert F. Kennedy is also buried nearby. Another President, William Howard Taft, who was also a Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, is the only other President buried at Arlington. Other frequently visited sites near the cemetery are the USMC War Memorial, commonly known as the "Iwo Jima Memorial" and the Netherlands Carillon.


The American Century Theater
Theatre Two, a "black box" theater
2700 South Lang Street
The American Century Theater is a 501(c)(3) professional nonprofit theater company dedicated to producing great, important, and neglected 20th Century American plays and playwrights. It w as founded in 1994 in Arlington, Virginia. In addition to theatrical enterprises, The American Century Theater is dedicated to serving the community in a variety of ways. Drastically reduced group rates are available for senior citizens, students and non-profit organizations. Subtext, our quarterly newsletter, contains historical, critical, and analytical features about each production (e-mail us for free subscription); Audience Guides are prepared for each production; post-show discussions are held for selected productions with directors, designers and actors. Because The American Century Theater strives to create theatrical experiences that entire families can watch, enjoy and discuss long afterward, and because we believe that theater should be available to the entire commuity, maintaining affordable ticket prices is a major objective. Tickets cost $26-29, $23 for students and seniors. . Reduced group rates are also available. Subscribers pay only $104 to $188 for a five-show season, with free admittance to staged readings. TACT is also the area's only professional theater that admits all children free of charge with a paying adult. We are determined to make theater-going a family affair again, one that you don't have to be wealthy to enjoy. Please take advantage of this unique benefit, and tell your friends. TACT is funded in part by Arlington County through the Cultural Affairs Division of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources and the Arlington Commission for the Arts; the Virginia Commission for the Arts; and numerous foundations and many generous donors.

Classika Theatre
(703) 824-6200
Classika Theatre has teamed up with NASA to produce “Galactika,” a one-act play that uses movement, sound and, yes, sometimes even Three Stooges-like comedy to make points about astronomy.The result is a show that works both for young kids and their parents, a less-than-one-hour effort that offers some effective lessons with the entertainment.As the show opened, I worried for a while that it would be a kid-sized version of what Classika (or, more appropriately, its sister troupe, Synetic Theatre) has become known for: ethereal combinations of dance, pantomine, lighting effects and more.While that works for adult shows, it probably wouldn't carry a production aimed at the under-10 crowd. But not to worry. The energetic, four-member cast quickly breaks into humorous stories that complement all the motion on stage. Did you know that the sun occasionally “burps”? That's a pretty low-brow way of explaining solar flares, but it works well for both the younger crowd and those of us who really enjoyed, but didn't do so well, in a mandatory astronomy class in college (color me guilty).

The Synetic Theater
"The Synetic Theater traffics in rapturously surrealist stagecraft."
Bob Mondello. Synetic Theater seeks to advance and enrich the theater arts through presentation and education in its unique performance style of a synthesis of the arts, fusing the classical elements of drama, movement, dance, mime, and music into a distinct form of non-realistic theater. As Synetic Theater begins to develop a bridge between the DC and New York theater scenes, the company also seeks to expand its international presence. The theatrical style of Synetic Theater lends itself beautifully to cross-cultural performances, and the company plans to share their work and vision with people from around the world. Paata and Irina Tsikurishvili, artistic director and resident choreographer, respectively, have garnered international, critical, and audience acclaim for their award-winning productions. Mr. Tsikurishvili has received six Helen-Hayes-Award nominations and two awards (Best Director and Best Resident Play for Hamlet…the Rest is Silence). Mrs. Tsikurishvili has received seven nominations for Best Choreography and won the award three times (The Idiot, Faust, and Hamlet…the rest is silence).“Art with a capital A” – The New York Times

Signature Theatre
2800 S. Stafford Street
Arlington, Virginia 22206
Box Office 703-820-9771
Broadway-quality productions with all the beauty of an intimate playing space, Signature provides experiences that are powerful and insightful, intense and uplifting. Through its work on stage and in schools, Signature creates an escape for the community, the nation’s capital and each person who dares to take the enriching journey.Now in its 16th season under Artistic Director Eric Schaeffer, Signature began life as part of the Arlington Arts Incubator program, with 136 subscribers. Today, with more than 4,500 subscribers and a budget of $2.9 million, it earns rave reviews in The New York Times, Variety, The Washington Post and other world-class publications. In addition to the finest local talent, Signature is a home to such luminaries as Cameron Mackintosh, Stephen Sondheim, Terrence McNally, John Kander and Fred Ebb, as they continue to develop new work. With 50 Helen Hayes Awards and 209 nominations to its credit, The New Play Festival develops new work by local and national writers. Signature in the Schools partners artists and technicians with Arlington County high school students, culminating in an annual all-student production. Signature Sings Broadway in Ballston brings the joys of musical theatre to vast new audiences during a series of free summer concerts. Signature in the City takes productions across the river into the heart of DC. Overtures Expanding artistic vision, deepening service to the community and growing audiences have led Signature to a unique partnership with Arlington County, one aimed at the development of an exciting new home for Signature. The complex, to be located in the Village at Shirlington, will feature two black box theatres, expanded facilities for artists, production and education, and ample parking in a community-centered, service-oriented location.

Teatro De La Luna
Founded in 1991 to provide the Washington Metro area with access to Latin American Theater. All performances are in Spanish with English dubbing. Our mission is to promote Hispanic Culture foster cross culture understanding between Spanish and English speaking communities.

Dominion Stage
3700 South Four Mile Run Drive
Arlington, VA 22206
Information/Tickets: (703) 683-0502
Dominion Stage is a member of the Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington, the Southeast Theatre Association, the Northern Virginia Theatre Alliance (NVTA), and Washington Area Theatre Community Honors (WATCH). Dominion Stage is supported in part by the Arlington Arts Commission and the Arlington Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Resources, Cultural Affairs Division. Payment may be made at the box office by cash or check. Dominion Stage does not accept credit cards.

Arlington Center for Dance
The Center Dance Company
3808 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington Center for Dance opened in the Fall of 1981 and operates on a semester basis. The Center accepts children and adults at the beginning, intermediate and advanced levels into a year-round program. The Center's four excellent studios feature sprung floors and high ceilings and are air-conditioned. We are proud to have assembled a highly qualified and competent teaching staff. The Journal has noted we are in "the forefront of area dance," and attracting "the best performers and teachers." Washington Dance View, in citing our working knowledge of injury prevention and care of the body, says that "If you send your children to ACD, you're sending them somewhere where people care about their bodies, and [have a working] knowledge of what young dancers can and cannot do."
Many young dancers training at the Center have auditioned for and performed with internationally known companies, including Dance Theatre of Harlem, Stuttgart, Joffrey, Ballet West, and the Royal Ballet.

The Actors' Center
601 South Clark Street
The Actors' Center is a volunteer membership organization and a nonprofit corporation created by and for actors in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia. Our members include actors (professional, nonprofessional, union, and non-union) working in theatre, TV, radio, film, CD-ROM, narration, voice-overs, improvisational theatre, and other venues. Among our members are also directors, producers, casting agents, students and technicians. We provide many resources for those wishing to further their knowledge, skills, and love of the acting life. Our aims include: helping actors pursue their goals through classes, workshops and showcases giving actors opportunities to network with others encouraging active participation in regional and national theatre, Web, film and TV, and other media being a clearinghouse for news, free events and other performing-arts related activities in the Washington-Baltimore area and beyond supporting and strengthening the Washington-Baltimore performing arts community developing and maintaining links with producers, directors, casting agents, photographers, and others in fields related to acting, and helping these industry professionals connect with actors
enriching our members' lives, enhancing careers and encouraging professionalism

American Balalaika Symphony
3811 N. 14th St.
Arlington, VA 22201
The American Balalaika Symphony is a symphony orchestra based in the Washington, DC metropolitan area that performs music ranging from folk to symphonic.
We are a full symphony orchestra in which the customary bowed stringed instruments - violins, violas, cellos, and basses - are replaced by a variety of plucked equivalents from the balalaika and domra families. Sustained “string” tone is produced by frequent use of rapid tremolo playing, which gives the balalaika orchestra one of its most distinctive sounds. The wind and percussion sections of the ensemble are no different from those of a conventional symphony, and there are some unusual instruments, including bayan (Russian button accordion), gusli (Russian table harp), and cimbalom. Our repertoire includes both traditional and Soviet-era music for balalaika orchestra and special arrangements of carefully-chosen classical works. The sound is distinctive but familiarly symphonic.The American Balalaika Symphony was founded in 2001 by conductor and artistic director Peter Trofimenko. The group consists of an internationally diverse mixture of professional and amateur musicians in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
The ABS is seeking musicians to play with our group. We also welcome those who are interested in contributing to the orchestra in non-musical ways. Please visit our "join" page to find out more and then contact us by phone or email.

Firebelly Productions
Theatre on the Run
3700 South Four Mile Run
From its inception in May, 2002, Firebelly Productions has focused on the talents of young artists. Artistic director Kathi Gollwitzer has successfully trained actors for stage, auditions, and performance-based productions. Her teaching method, which is based on the method created by Stanislavski, creates confident and honest performances with disciplined actors. They are trained in scene study and monologue work using techniques such as sense memory exercises, improvisation, and action / motivation / object method. Firebelly was the direct result of a collaboration between Kathi Gollwitzer and producer, Barbara Walthall. The two first joined forces on Postmortem, during Kathi's 6-year tenure at Bishop O'Connell High School in Arlington, Virginia. While there, she challenged her students to rise above the "just another school play" standard to "professional quality productions." Her work on productions like My Fair Lady, West Side Story, An Ideal Husband, and Singin' in the Rain attracted the attention of locals who became loyal followers and resulted in sold out houses. Sharing a commitment to the training of serious students, Kathi and Barbara founded Firebelly as an opportunity for students to work alongside a group of talented, dedicated, and creative individuals. Drawing from a variety of experiences in many areas of theatre, they provide guidance, support, and expertise. Firebelly Productions is supported by Arlington County through the Arlington Commission for the ARTS and the Cultural Affairs Division of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Resources.

The Metropolitan Chorus
3700 S. Four Mile Run Drive
(703) 933-2500
Established in 1966 and recently recognized in the U.S. Congressional Record, The Metropolitan Chorus makes its home in Arlington, Virginia. The Chorus provides Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia residents an opportunity to hear great choral works...and perform!Today, the 100-voice Chorus presents concerts featuring music of all ages, from the renaissance to the 21st century, with a strong emphasis on American composers.The Metropolitan Chorus regularly performs in venues throughout the D.C. area, including the Kennedy Center, Constitution Hall and the National Building Museum. They also join forces with other musical organizations for unique performances and presents several free concerts each year as a special service to the community.

Arlington National Cemetery
(703) 697-2131
Arlington House - The Robert E. Lee Memorial
(703) 557-0613
John F. Kennedy Gravesite
(703) 697-2131
Marine Corps War Memorial, U.S. (Iwo Jima)
(703) 289-2500
Tomb of the Unknowns
(703) 697-2131
Women in Military Service for America Memorial
(703) 892-7174
Memorial Amphitheater
(703) 697-2131
Netherlands Carillon
(703) 289-2550
Ball-Seller's House
(703) 379-2123
Fort Myer
(703) 696-3944
Theodore Roosevelt Island Park
(703) 289-2550

Annie`s Park
1825 North Moore Street
Barton Park
2401 10th Street North
Belvedere Park
1613 16th Road North
Benjamin Banneker Park
1701 North Van Buren Street
Big Walnut Park
1915 North Harrison Street
Bon Air Park
850 North Lexington Street
Carver Park
1528 13th Road South
Central Park
3140 Wilson Boulevard
Charles E. Stewart Park
2400 North Underwood Street
Cheerios Park
23rd Street South and South Ball Street
Cherrydale Park
2100 North Quincy Street
Claremont Park
4700 23rd Street South
Cleveland Park
11th Street South and South Cleveland Street
Dark Star Park
1655 North Fort Myer Drive
Douglas Park
1718 South Quincy Street
Eads Park
2730 South Eads Street
Edison Park
2nd Street North and North Edison Street
Fields Park
775 North George Mason Drive
Fillmore Park
33 North Fillmore Street
Fort Barnard Park
2101 South Pollard Street
Fort Bennett Park and Palisades Trail
2220 North Scott Drive
Fort C. F. Smith Park
2411 24th Street North
Fort Ethan Allen Park
3829 North Stafford Street
Fort Scott Park
2800 South Fort Scott Drive
Four Mile Run Park
3100 South Glebe Road
Fraser Park
28th Street South and Army-Navy Drive
Gulf Branch Nature Center
3608 North Military Road
Gumball Park
3715 7th Street North
Hayes Park
1516 North Lincoln Street
Henry Clay Park
3011 7th Street North
Hitchcock Park
3756 North Upland Street
Long Branch Nature Center
625 South Carlin Springs Road
Maury Park
3550 Wilson Boulevard
Maywood Park
3210 22nd Street North
McCoy Park
2121 21st. Street North
Nauck Park
2600 19th Street South
Nelly Custis Park
701 24th Street South
Nina Park
800 24th Street South
Penrose Park
2200 6th Street South
Quincy Park
1021 North quincy Street
Sharp Park
3400 North Powhatan Street
Slater Park
1837 North Culpeper Street
Troy Park
2629 South Troy Street
Tuckahoe Park
2400 North Sycamore Street
Utah Park
3191 South Utah Street
Virginia Highlands Park
1600 South Hayes Street
Woodlawn Park
1400 North Buchanan Street
Woodmont Center
2422 North Fillmore Street
Woodstock Park
2049 North Woodstock Street
Zachary Taylor Park
2900 Military Road

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