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ArtStreamers around town

We are carefully opening up in-person classes in April, alongside online classes for those who still desire them. Our monthly Super Social Saturday in-person class is held at MainStreet Connect, an inclusive apartment building in the heart of downtown Rockville, MD where many ArtStreamers are living independently. You can also join weekly online Super Social Saturdays.
Last week marked our Alexandria Theatre Companies’ triumphant return to the stage, almost exactly two years after their last performance! Actors celebrated “The Greatest Show Under the Sea,” featuring an underwater circus performed by a variety of sea creatures. The pandemic may have kept us inside, but it did not stifle our imaginations! On the stage we are also showing a video performance of “Pandora’s Labyrinth.” In May and June, we will have four more shows performing in-person on stage, including a dramatic non-musical for the first time in our history!
Join us this weekend, March 31 – April 2 for the Alexandria Theatre Company performances! You can buy tickets on our website here.
We’re looking forward to another fabulous month of classes, shows, and more!
We also want to give a special shoutout to the ArtStreamers who have been advocating for ArtStream across the community!
Thank you to ArtStreamers Langston Caldwell and Chris Pagonis (pictured below) for hosting the ArtStream table at the Joan Karasik Resource Fair on March 26th in Montgomery County!
Thank you to ArtStreamer Sabrini Babu for co-facilitating the ArtStream Improv workshop at the Open Circles, Open Doors event at the Kennedy Center – The REACH on March 26th.
Special shoutout to ArtStreamers Kelly DeRoy, Greg Hoppe, Tammy Kiser, Siobhan Murphy, and Laura Sullivan who gave Curtain Talks at the Alexandria Theatre Company performances March 25-April 2!