Capital Fringe Audience Awards of 2013 Announced! Photos by Paul Gillis

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Here are Theatermania’s Capital Fringe Audience Awards of 2013

1. Comedy
 The D.C. State Players Present Agamemnon

Playwright Hunter Styles (far right) wins for Tell Tale at Fringe Awards.
Playwright Hunter Styles (far right) wins for ‘Tell Tale’ at Fringe Awards. Photo by Paul Gillis.

2. Drama
Tell Tale

3. Musical Theatre & Opera

The Young Wife

Brynn Tucker winning for 'A Guide for Dancing Naked.'
Brynn Tucker winning for ‘A Guide for Dancing Naked.’ Photo by Paul Gillis.

4. Dance & Physical Theatre
A Guide to Dancing Naked

One night in New York! Eric Tipler and Charlie Fink Best Overall Production. Photo by Paul Gillis.
Eric Tipler and Charlie Fink accept their award for Best Overall Production for ‘One Night in New York!’ Photo by Paul Gillis.
5. Best Overall Show
One Night in New York!
Vaughn Irving accepts Director Award for 'Disco Jesusand the Apostles of Funk.' Photo by Paul Gillis.
Vaughn Irving accepts Director Award for ‘Disco Jesus and the Apostles of Funk.’ Photo by Paul Gillis.

6. Director’s Award (Two Winners)
The Clocks and and Disco Jesus and the Apostles of Funk

STATS FROM THIS YEAR’S FRINGE
430 volunteers doing 688 shifts
126 productions doing 745 performances
18 bands playing under the tent for FREE
330 Performances sold at 50%
500 Performances sold at 30%
100 Sold out performances
30,868 total tickets sold
1,582 multi-show passes issued
1,332 Proseccos Poured
8,217 Beers Poured
Artist Payout $226,538
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