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2016 Capital Fringe Preview #30 ‘AND 1! at Aras Dance by Sara Herrera

AND 1! a dansical parody by ArasDance Join ArasDance for an exciting summer as they present their newest work, AND 1! a dansical parody. Yes,...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #29: ‘Act Like a GRRRL’ (ALAG) by Rhonda Holdrige

Act Like a GRRRL (ALAG) is an autobiographical writing and performance program that inspires girls (ages 12-18) to write about their lives and transform...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview # 28: ‘The Root of All Knowledge’

A Spellbinding New Play by Gabriel S. Hudson Sees Its World Premier in the Capital Fringe Festival this Summer Each year, the Capital Fringe Festival...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #27: ‘PowerPlays’ by Michelle Rago

Local, middle-aged playwrights become first-time Fringers They’re eager. They’re excited. They’re budding playwrights. Oh, and some of them are retired. Five local playwrights, somewhat older...

Capital Fringe Preview #26: ‘BECOMING’ at fusiondance by Candra Preshong

Why BECOMING will challenge everything you think you know about dance Becoming....’to begin to be’....you may be asking yourself, what does that even mean? I...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #25: An Interview with Chè Monique on Her Cap Fringe...

I think everyone who’s ever popped a pastie or twirled a tassel has thought about jumping out of a cake. When one actually considers the...

Capital Fringe Preview #24: ‘The House of Yes’ by JP Sisneros

November 17th, 1983 Dear Capital Fringe: Hello Capital Fringe, I do hope you are doing well, as I am doing just fantastic. Well, I am reaching...

Capital Fringe Preview #23: ‘Glacier’ at MOVEIUS Contemporary Ballet

 DANCING CLIMATE CHANGE: Merging Ballet, Science, and Film in MOVEIUS Contemporary Ballet’s “GLACIER” at the 2016 Capital Fringe Festival This groundbreaking, multimedia production puts...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #22 ‘Hunt’ by Jean Bordewich

HUNT: A Political Drama NEW POLITICAL PLAY IS BASED ON A TRUE STORY OF PARTISAN POLITICS, HOMOPHOBIA, BLACKMAIL AND TRAGEDY IN THE U.S. SENATE HUNT: A Political...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #21: ‘Juiced’ by Glenn Ricci

Power Punk Dance Trio Penetrates The Fringe  Are you worthy? The Gods of Rock command you to stand in awe before this fearsome feminist punk...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #20: ‘Dial R for Robot: a Sci-Fi Hitchcock Rock Opera’...

Hitchcock’s Rope meets Blade Runner in an Interactive Rock Opera Science-lab rivalry turns deadly in the race to build the perfect robot. Hidden passions explode...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #19: ‘Ready to Serve: Unknown Stories of WWI Nurses’ by...

Ellouise Schoettler is very excited to be returning to Cap Fringe 2016, for the seventh year. This year she is performing the premiere of...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #18: ‘In a Day of Dreary’ by Henry Ragan

Creator Henry Ragan enlightens us on In a Day of Dreary: A horror play. Joel: In the marketing, In a Day of Dreary is described as...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #17: ‘Paul Gonsalves on the Road’ by Arthur Luby and...

Paul Gonsalves (1920-1974) was an immensely talented tenor saxophonist with the Duke Ellington Orchestra from 1950 until his death in 1974. He is best...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #16: “The Missing Peace”

“The first time I played through the score, I was struck by its beauty and shocked that it was written twenty years ago-- the...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #15: ‘BRYCE: Hydrogen Blonde’ by Tabitha Odom

The rumors are true. After months of speculation, BRYCE confirmed he will be gracing the 2016 Capital Fringe stage with a brand new show...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #14: ‘Dark Times at Grimesville High’ by Rebecca Wahls

Dark Times at Grimesville High:  A Darkly Funny Take on the High School Musical Everybody loves high school! Well, at least Olivia Hope (Tess Higgins)...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #13: ‘Confederates’ by James F. Bruns

Part of the 11th Annual Capital Fringe Festival July 7 – 31, 2016 Was there one day the South could have won the War? Looking back...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #12: ‘Wash Over You’ by Jane Franklin

You get a laugh on when you take a trip with Jane. A river is the mechanism for a great adventure, untamed with plenty...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #11: ‘Connectivity/Complexity’ by Rachel Turner

Errant Movement, a new modern dance company on the scene in DC, is proud to present Connectivity/Complexity. This show features choreography from Artistic Director Rachel...

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