Alexandria Mayor Bill Euille to appear in the DC Premiere of Farragut North this Friday, October 1st.

Alexandria, VA  – September 30, 2010 — This is not George Clooney’s big screen production, but Alexandria’s truly bi-partisan Port City Playhouse’s stage production of Farragut North by Beau Willimon Directed by former Fairfax County RNC Chair Eddie Page.

Set in the days leading up to a Democratic caucus battle in Iowa, Farragut North centers on Stephen Bellamy, a smart young press secretary for a presidential candidate, whose internal conflict between ambition and loyalty has serious consequences. The Port City Playhouse production marks the Washington area premiere of Beau Willimon’s intense drama about high-pressure political campaigns and their effects on the people involved.

Former Congressman Tom Davis and Former U.S. Senator from Alaska Mike Gravel have also appeared in this production.

The final three performances are Friday and Saturday, October 1-2; and Sunday, October 3. The Friday, Saturday and Tuesday shows begin at 8:00 PM, and the Sunday matinees begin at 2:00 PM. Port City Playhouse performs at the Lee Center for the Performing Arts, 1108 Jefferson Street in Alexandria, Virginia 22314. Information & Reservations: 703-838-2880 –  – [email protected]

Port City Playhouse’s mission is to produce top-quality thought-provoking plays within a diverse community that are either outside of the usual community theatre repertoire or are of significant historical or human importance. Port City is a non profit all volunteer theatre.

Mayor William D. Euille is the Founder/President and Chief Executive Officer of Wm. D. Euille & Associates, Inc. He is also Chairman of the Board of Directors of the firm, chartered in Washington, DC with offices in Alexandria, Virginia. A native of Alexandria, Virginia, Mayor Euille graduated from T.C. Williams High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Quinnipiac College in Hamden, Connecticut. Mayor Euille was elected to a three-year term on the Alexandria City Council in May, 1994. He was re-elected in May, 1997 (Vice Mayor) and in May, 2000. He was elected the City’s first African-American Mayor in May, 2003 and was re-elected Mayor in May, 2006.

Press contact or to arrange a performance day interview with Mayor Bill Euille: Cal Whitehurst – 703-549-0255 – [email protected]
Mayor Euille