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2017 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Roseburg’

A play about gun control, mental health, Robert Kennedy, and the Umpqua Community College shooting that forms a cohesive message without hitting the audience over the head with an anvil? It’s real, it’s bold, and it’s here in D.C. thanks to playwright-director Ginger Dayle and New City Stage Company. Lucette Moran full review on DC Theatre Scene […]

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2017 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Joe Charnitski’s Funeral’

Not the first, not the second, but the third Joe Charnitski is here from New York to share his story of three lives, two eulogies, and getting out of a small town. Witty, humble, and inviting, Joe Charnitski’s Funeral will entertain all ages. Lucette Moran full review on DC Theatre Scene   Check other reviews and show […]

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2017 Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Dream Dancer’

Magical realism meets morality play with a dash of sideshow in The Dream Dancer, an entrancing journey through time at this year’s Fringe. If magic, hypnosis, and feminism tickle your fancy, then this play is a great way to spend your evening! Lucette Moran full review on DC Theatre Scene   Check other reviews and show […]

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Capital Fringe Preview: ‘I’m Margaret Thatcher, I Is!’ at AnyStage Theater

AnyStage Theater presents I’m Margaret Thatcher, I Is!  After premiering their sci-fi comedy Amelia Earhart In Space at last year’s Capital Fringe Festival, AnyStage is thrilled to bring their latest ridiculous portrayal of a female historical figure to Fringe this summer! Three performers take turns playing Maggie Thatcher at various points in her life. The […]

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Review: ‘Big Love’ at American University

The cast of American University’s Big Love, written by Charles L. Mee and directed by Isaiah M. Wooden, was masterful in communicating the big and complex issues raised in the play. Without harangues or preachiness, they explored themes of individual rights vs. those of a group, justice, marriage, and how one person’s power can exert undue […]

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