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Capital Fringe Preview #50: ‘H5x7’ by William Shakespeare, Adapted and Directed by Kevin O’Connell

Capital Fringe Preview: H5x7 by William Shakespeare, adapted and directed by Kevin O'Connell “Suppose within the girdles of these walls,” begins Shakespeare’s Henry V, “Are...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #49: ‘The Tragedy of Mario and Juliet’ by Wayne Nicolosi

From the Author Wayne Nicolosi: Growing up in New Jersey, every day was filled with natural, working-class comedians and poets. Whether mowing lawns, fixing cars...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #48: ‘Coping’ by Jacob Marx Rice

Award-winning new play examines the heartbreak and humor of death. The story of Coping began with a tragedy; a friend of Playwright Jacob Marx Rice,...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #47: ‘Death Be Not Loud!’ by Susan Jackson

Southern Railroad Theatre Company presents: DEATH BE NOT LOUD! (a contemporary Southern comedy) By Susan Jackson as part of the 11th Annual Capital Fringe Festival Southern Railroad Theatre Company makes...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #46: ’22 Boom!’: 5 Questions with ’22 Boom!’ Playwright Miranda...

5 Questions with 22 Boom! playwright Miranda Rose Hall by Angela Kay Pirko and Miranda Rose Hall Angela: What was the inspiration for 22 Boom! Miranda: It was...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #45: ‘Let Trump Be Trump’ by Kendall Helblig

Trump’s Theatrics Play Out On The Fringe Festival Stage Believe it or not, John Krizel had the idea and title for his play Let Trump...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #44: ‘Romanov’ by Danny Baird

They may be dead, but the Romanov sisters aren't letting that slow them down! They're back and taking the world by storm with a...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #43: ‘Do Not Disturb’ by Carla Rountree

What happens when you combine opera with an episode of Frasier? You get a comedy of operatic proportions.  You get Do Not Disturb, which will...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #42: ‘One Mutual Happiness’ by David S. Kessler

What is One Mutual Happiness? Take one totally unqualified wedding officiant, toss in an innovative composer, mix with four weddings and one prolonged illness. Add...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #41: ‘Perfect Liars Club’ by Pierce McManus

Perfect Liars Club: The Smash Hit Storytelling Interrogation Returns to Capital Fringe “...storytelling at its finest — honest.” -- The Washington Post Maybe you’ve been to...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #40: ‘It Will All Make Sense in the Morning’ by...

We knew it had to be the blood eggs. When you’re only given four minutes to present your play at the Fringe Preview night, it...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #39: ‘The Greatest Science Fiction Show (no one’s ever seen)’...

Take a trip with us through time and space! Grain of Sand Theatre, winner of the Capital Fringe Festival's Best Drama Awards in 2011 and 2013,...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #38: ‘Poe, Times Two’ by Richard Byrne

The life of Edgar Allan Poe is a subject of endless and fascinated discussion and debate. But at the core of our fascination with...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #36: ‘Kick Before You Drown’ by Jessica John

Steal A Step World Premieres Kick Before You Drown at the Capital Fringe Festival on July 7-14, 2016 Genre-bending company debuts a provocative show melding contemporary...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #35: ‘Aliens, Nazis & Angels’: A solo play by Leah...

Mental illness, addiction, and inherited family trauma: these are the ingredients from which Leah Harris spins her solo performance. Working with Director Regie Cabico,...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #37: ‘Play Cupid’ by Brett Steven Abelman

We might have been on over 100 dates between the seven us – in fact I’m betting that’s a low estimate. Myself (creator/director Brett...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #34: ‘Macbeth in the Basement’ by Annie Bryan

181 school shootings have occurred in the United States since the Columbine shooting on April 20, 1999. 231 young people died from gun violence...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #33 ‘Prison Break Incorporated’ by Derek Hills

You’ve run marathons in Kuala Lumpur, did the half Ironman in Hawaii, and proved your mettle on the now-quaint Tough Mudder race course as...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #32: ‘Hunt’: Part 2 by Jean P. Bordewich

HUNT: A Political Drama about Power, Blackmail and Tragedy in the U.S. Senate It’s hard to believe that the events in this play actually happened,...

Capital Fringe Preview #31:’Oral Histories’ by Ward Kay

Sometimes it starts with the title. While taking a graduate research class on qualitative methods, playwright Ward Kay learned about oral histories and thought...

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