Studio in Tysons

Studio in Tysons

Traveling Players Studio
Tysons Corner Center
1st Floor across from Subway – use a mall map to find us!

Our Studio offers training, performances and events year-round, including:

The Studio is also available to rent for your programs and events. Contact Emma Mearns, Program Manager, for details (info@travelingplayers.org).

Getting Here

By Car: From 495 take exit 47 towards Tysons Corner Center. Tysons Corner Center offers ample free parking.  To get to the Traveling Players Studio, we recommend that you park in Garage D and enter the mall on the first floor through Macy’s.

By Metro: Tysons Corner Center is metro accessible on the Silver Line. Exit the train at the Tysons Corner Stop, then use the sky bridge to enter the mall.   
Please note – the Silver Line is currently experiencing delays.  Trains depart every 24 minutes, please plan extra time into your trip accordingly.

By Bus: 23T, 28A, 401, 402

About

Traveling Players Studio opened in January 2020. A ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the opening of the Studio was held on February 5, 2020. Jeanne Harrison, Founder & Producing Artistic Director for Traveling Players Ensemble, kicked off the evening recognizing the people instrumental in making the Traveling Players Studio a reality: Matt Barry, AVP – Property Management; Todd Putt, Senior Manager Marketing; and Hillary Zahm, Senior Development Manager, with Macerich, the owner of Tysons Corner Center. Sol Glasner, President of the Tysons Partnership provided strategic networking.

Elected officials and key donors were on hand to celebrate this milestone with Traveling Players. Dalia A. Palchik, Fairfax County Supervisor for Providence District, and John Foust, Fairfax County Supervisor for Dranesville District, congratulated Traveling Players on their new rehearsal space. Chairman McKay was represented by Hannah Menchhoff, Communications Specialist. Joining the ribbon cutting ceremony were Linda Sullivan, President & CEO of ARTSFAIRFAX; Amy Swaak, President of the McLean Community Foundation; and Nancy Daugherty, Arts Education Specialist with the National Endowment for the Arts who have provided invaluable grant support to Traveling Players over the years.