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Coming to the Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Making Love Legal’ by Sara...

Making Love Legal by Carl Frandsen is a farce. It takes place in Old Jerusalem in 1968, 9 months after the Six Day War....

‘Qualities of Starlight’ at Source Festival by Anne Tsang

This year’s Source Festival shows are divided into three themes each one based on a full length play. The set of Rites of Passage...

‘First You Dream: The Music of Kander & Ebb at The...

There's enough 'razzle dazzle' and 'all that jazz' at First You Dream: The Music of Kander & Ebb to satisfy any John Kander and Fred...

Coming to the Capital Fringe Festival: Shock/Trauma by Evan Crump

Love, Car Crashes, and Brain Chemistry: The True Story Behind Unstrung Harpist's Shock/Trauma at the Capital Fringe Festival The events that shape our lives can rarely...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Daydreams’ by John Curtis

Local Dance Students Get a Chance to Shine Daydreams is an innovative dance show featuring ballet, tap, jazz, modern, contemporary dance, spoken word, and original...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘A Night In (Or the...

At Capital Fringe this summer, surrealism is rekindled through one character’s quest into the unconscious mind in A Night In (Or the Night My...

‘Moonlight and Magnolias’ at Colonial Players by Amanda Gunther

“Frankly, my dear I don’t give a damn.” One of these most famous lines in cinematic history, but did you know that only part...

‘The History of Invulnerability’ at Theater J by Katie Elizabeth Quinn

Forget 3-D superhero movies. In The History of Invulnerability at Theater J, Director Shirley Serotsky and her crack team of actors and designers bring...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘The Extermination Machine’ by Michael...

“To understand the Holocaust we must comprehend Adolf Eichmann.” - Michael Berenbaum, the President of Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation and a respected...

‘Gavin DeGraw and Colbie Caillat’ at Wolf Trap by Julia L....

On Saturday, June 9, 2012, I had the pleasure of seeing Gavin DeGraw and Colbie Caillat perform at Wolf Trap. With their fun energy...

Bob Bartlett on ‘Bareback Ink’ at The Capital Fringe Festival and...

Help send my play Bareback Ink to Edinburgh Fringe this August!! So earlier this year I decided to get a second tattoo - twenty years after my...

‘All the King’s Women’ at The Little Theatre of Alexandria by...

Elvis Presley, one of the iconic cultural figures in the 20th century, might be dead, but the spirit of the 'King of Rock and...

‘The Green Bird’ at The National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts by...

Children are adventurous; whimsical and afraid of nothing. They find magic in a simple sewer hole cover or deep in the woods with just...

Coming to the Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Dizzy Miss Lizzie’s… Presents ‘The...

Dizzy Miss Lizzie’s Roadside Revue is bringing a new work to the Capital Fringe Festival this summer. This year they are giving the Dizzy...

‘Cuchullain’ at The Keegan Theatre by Tzvi Kahn

The coke-snorting, alcohol-guzzling, profanity-spewing and sexually promiscuous protagonist of Cuchullain, the one-man show now playing at The Keegan Theatre, belongs to a familiar theatrical...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: “Men Don’t Listen to Naked...

Men Don’t Listen to Naked Women is a show starring Monique Holt. It is part of the 2012 Capital Fringe Festival, which runs from July...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘MINDSET’ by Monique O’Grady

MINDSET Set to Rock Capital Fringe A rock band, nine dance numbers, ethereal creatures, an eight-foot flower, a dramatic trashcan and an accordion – they...

‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ at Damascus Theatre Company by...

Damascus Theatre Company’s production of Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, directed by Rachelle A. Horn, with musical direction by Marci Shegogue, is a...

Source Festival: ‘Ethereal Encounters’ by Anne Tsang

Summer in DC is one of my favorite times because it means theater festival time! First up, is CulturalDC’s three-week long Source Festival, now...

‘Goldilocks!’ at The Puppet Co. by Julia L. Exline

The Puppet Company presents Goldilocks! a cheeky twist on the classic, in which Goldilocks and the Three Bears finally get to settle their dispute…in...