Mind Matters: Stroke Comeback Center
Oct
26
11:30 AM11:30

Mind Matters: Stroke Comeback Center

The Stroke Comeback Center in partnership with A Place To Be presents Mind Matters. featuring Keynote Speaker, Kathleen Howland, Ph.D. Kathleen, a nationally renowned lecturer, clinician, teacher and advocate professor of Music Therapy at Berklee College of Music and a consultant at A Place To Be, will speak about venturing the gap between music, science and wellness and how to unlock the beauty and power of music and apply these tools to our everyday lives.

This informative and engaging event includes a seated luncheon, presentation and performance by local stroke choir, Different Strokes for Different Folks.

Full program information including tickets and sponsorship is available online
at strokecomebackcenter.org.

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Abira and the Mountain
Oct
7
2:00 PM14:00

Abira and the Mountain

A Place To Be's newest original family production  focusing on acceptance, empathy and love. Don't miss your chance to see Abira and the Mountain which will tour Loudoun County middle schools as part of The Same Sky Project throughout the fall. 

Tickets $10 at the door!

 

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A Mother's Will: A Fundraiser and Screening with Q&A
Sep
29
11:00 AM11:00

A Mother's Will: A Fundraiser and Screening with Q&A

A MOTHER'S WILL tells the story of Ann-Charlotte Robinson, an inspiring woman that takes the stage in a production based on her son's suicide. Created by Tom Sweitzer and music therapy non-profit A PLACE TO BE, the rock opera A WILL TO SURVIVE was performed in front of thousands of high school students and on the Kennedy Center stage. The stage production spread a message of hope and encouraged young people to reach out in times of need.

This locally-produced documentary short will be followed by a live music performance and a Q&A.

100% of ticket sales will be donated to A PLACE TO BE

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Coming of Age
Aug
11
8:00 PM20:00

Coming of Age

A Place To Be performers are debuting at the Creative Cauldron venue in Falls Church, VA with another original production, Coming of Age, a cabaret addressing the important issues of teens and mental health. Join us for a night featuring songs about the struggles that teens go through, from anxiety, bullying and depression, to having that uncomfortable talk with your parents about romantic intimacy.  Recommended for families with high school freshman and older. 

Click here to reserve tickets on the Creative Cauldron website
General Admission $22 - Seniors/Military $20 - Students $18
Tables for two with wine $55 - Tables for four with wine $110

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