The 2016 Capital Fringe Audience Awards and New Community Awards Announced/List of EXTENSION Shows

The 2016 Capital Fringe Audience Awards and new Community Awards were announced tonight, Sunday, July 24, 2016 at 8 pm on the Trinidad Stage at the Logan Fringe Arts Space. Here are the honorees:

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Best of Festival: Over Her Dead Body!

Best Comedy: Let Trump Be Trump!

Best Drama: Too Close

Best Dance or Physical Theatre: Kick Before You Drown!

Best Musical Theatre or Opera: Over Her Dead Body!

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NEW COMMUNITY AWARDS:
Community Connector: 411 Union Arts.

Trophy of Epicness: Dan Logan.

Inspiration Award: banished? productions.

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Read reviews for all 113 shows in the 2016 Capital Fringe Festival on DCMetroTheaterArts.

EXTENDED

HERE ARE THE CAPITAL FRINGE EXTENDED SHOWS:

A Midsummer’s Burlesque Dream

Aliens, Nazis and Angels

Amelia Earhart…IN SPACE!

Coping

Crazy in America

Dark Times at Grimesville High

Let Trump Be Trump

Play Cupid

Rain Follows the Plow

SuperNOVA

The Greatest Science Fiction Show (no one’s ever seen)

The House of Yes

Too Close 

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