Dominion Stage's website was desperately due for a makeover. As part of our commitment to the Arlington community, we approached the Arlington Career Center to see if there was a talented student willing to take on the project. Jeffrey Elkner of the ACC suggested Hisham Gagnon, "an extraordinary web development student in his senior year." Since December, Hisham has proved to be indeed extraordinary, working with Dominion President Matthew Randall to create the magnificent new website you see before you, while juggling his own studies, JROTC, and college applications. We couldn't be happier with the results! Thank you to Jeffrey Elkner, for suggesting the perfect candidate, and to Hisham Gagnon, for your countless hours of effort, your talent, and your professionalism. Read more about the collaborative process in our Newsletter (Coming soon)!
The dates suggested below are our current best guess as to when we might be able to present these productions. The health and safety of our patrons, casts, and crews will determine that schedule, and we will follow direction from our Arlington County hosts.
Since a group of neighbors formed a play-reading group in 1949, Dominion Stage has been a part of the Arlington community. We are Arlington's oldest community theatre. We seek stories that reflect everyone in our community, especially those not usually highlighted. To us, "Anything But Predictable" means you'll see stories about the good, the bad, the ugly, and even the undead. We've explored incest, suicide, drug abuse, mental illness, sexuality, prejudice, puppet sex, crime, and life in a trailer park, on a desert isle, in a locker room, and at a boarding school. Sometimes we're not the best choice for grandma or the kids, and we'll let you know. We ARE the best choice for theatre that makes you think, helps you understand, makes you laugh (frequently), makes you cry (sometimes), and celebrates the community we are all a part of.
Dominion Stage's current black-box home (the original library of Gunston Middle School) gives us space to present musicals with large casts and sets, as well as the intimacy necessary for more dramatic pieces and comedies. Seating configuration changes with each production, and audience members are rarely more than a few steps from the actors. There is plentiful free parking. Patrons enter via the main glass doors, pass Theatre One on the left, and follow the signs down the hall to Theatre Two, or may drive around the building to park closer to Theatre Two's entrance (look for the neon art). The closest Metro (though not walkable) is Pentagon City.
Dominion Stage is a recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Federal ID number 52-1349392.