A friend called me yesterday and said, “I only have time to see 25 shows at this year’s Fringe, so what do you recommend?”
After reading the wonderful Fringe Previews that Fringe participants graciously wrote for DCMTA readers, attending the Fringe press preview get-together, and knowing that my friend is a music, dance, comedy, politics, and opera lover, and that nothing gets his juices flowing like a story of someone who overcomes hardships and adversity, I recommended these following shows to him.
But first, let me say that I believe that we are in for the best Capital Fringe Festival ever. The diversity of this year’s shows is a wonder to behold!
Here we go in alphabetical order:
(3) A Year of Giving.
(7) DC Trash.
(11) Fallen Angels.
(12) Blanche: The Bittersweet Life of a Wild Prairie Dame.
(13) Jesus le MOMO.
(17) The Pundit.
(18) Pushing Boundaries.
(20) Stone Age Recreation: An Operetta.
(21) The Brontes.
(22) The City of God – A New Opera.
(24) Thomas is Titanic.
Luckily I am not in my friend’s position and I plan to see many more than these 25 productions.
I wish everyone involved in this year’s 130+ productions much success, cooler weather, and sold out performances.
Enjoy this year’s Capital Fringe offerings and ‘Fringe Away!’
Read my interview with Julianne Brienza.
Fringe Peviews on DCMTA.
The Capital Fringe Festival’s website.