Alexandria boast a vibrant performing arts scene with great theater and music year round. If you are music lover, attend Alexandria’s own Symphony Orchestra’s concerts. Directed by Kim Allen Kluge, it offers a season of classics organized thematically; the season 2005-2006 included pieces inspired by Shakespeare and love, Adventure, Poetry and Bel Canto. During the Summer, the Orchestra features a special program for kids. For details of the current season, check the Orchestra’s website at http://www.alexsym.org/ .

American Musical Landscapes is an innovative multimedia performance that blends music and video. Musicians and singers perform American classics as a video transports the viewer to the places where the songs and music originated. Shows are held at George Washington Masonic Memorial. For further information, call 703-307-6250 or visit their website at www.musicallandscapes.com .

If you area theater lover, don’t miss Little Theatre Of Alexandria’s presentations. Located at 600 Wolfe Street, The Little Theatre is a community theater with an interesting repertoire. 2006-2007 season includes musicals, experimental and American classics such as Footloose, A Christmas Carol, Into the Woods, Auntie Mame and The Philadelphia Stories among other plays. You can buy tickets online or make reservations calling the Box Office at 703-683-0496.

Check presentations by Metro Stage company and if you are dinner theatre fan check shows at Mystery Dinner Playhouse.