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2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Importance of Normal’

Walking into Atlas’s Sprenger Theatre before the Naked Stark’s The Importance of Normal is a surreal experience. The off kilter bare wood set, with...

‘We Tiresias’ at Forum Theatre by Mark Dewey

Tiresias Speaks Again at Forum Theater The opening scene of We Tiresias poses what appears to be a simple question: What if you could text...

Ranting With Cyle: ‘On the Fringe After the Fringe’ by Cyle...

Well, that was quite a Fringe! The revelry (drunkeness), the pageantry (drunkeness), and the ecstasy (there were several moments where I could have used...

Theatermania’s ‘Capital Fringe Audience Awards’ Winners Announced

Preview Changes Theatermania.com announced this year's Capital Fringe Audience Awards tonight. Here are this year's winners: (1) Comedy: R.U.X. (Rockwell’s Universal seXbots) (2) Drama: We Tiresias (3) Musical Theatre & Opera: Superhero Celebrity...

“Best of the Capital Fringe” By DC Metro Theater Arts’ Reviewers...

As we await the announcement of  the 'Audience Awards' by Theatermania at 8 PM tomorrow night at 'The Tent,' here are the shows...

DC Metro Theater Arts Reviews All 134 Capital Fringe Shows

Last night DC Metro Theater Arts completed its goal of reviewing all 134 shows in The Capital Fringe Festival. It is a major accomplishment for...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Inanimate Thoughts’ by Joel Markowitz

MashUp Contemporary Dance Company presented an energy-filled Inanimate Thoughts tonight at Gala Hispanic Theatre – the perfect venue to showcase the beautiful and breathtaking talents of...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘A is for Artist’ by Natalie McCabe

“Often times, I’ve observed that organizations feel forced to prioritize art, audience, and artist.  O Starsf the three, the artists are, more often than...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Cloudism Project’ by Cyle Durkee

Ok...this one is a bit different. Start with one of the best curtain speeches (designed to get everyone to turn off their cell phones)...

A Capital Fringe Review; ‘Raising Cane: A Family Portrait’ by Derek...

Raising Cane, presented by Grain of Sand Theatre, was quite a pleasant surprise at the Capital Fringe. Set in a backwards incestuous cult in...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Freshman 15/Life in Transition’ by Derek Mong

the freshman 15/life in transition presents an intimate, honest look at the college experience for today's young people. This performance is presented in a series of...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Paul Gonsalves on the Road’ by Veronique MacRae

A poignant and moving piece about the inner demons that plague the soul of the brilliant jazz artist, Paul Gonsalves, Art Luby’s Paul Gonsalves on...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Daydreams’ by Veronique MacRae

As the lights rose, the familiar scene of a bustling New York subway slowly emerged upon the stage. A 'Chatty Cathy' filled the air...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Sacred & Scared Get the Same Score in...

"Listen, it can get lonely up here at the top,” God informs the audience in the opening minutes of Charles Shafer’s breezily amusing one-man...

Stephen Gregory Smith – ‘Naked’ at Sizzlin’ Summer Cabaret by Doug...

Stephen Gregory Smith is in love, and he wants the world (or at least cabaret audiences to know it). In his poignant cabaret called...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Play About the Coach’ by Jessica Vaughan

The Play About the Coach tracks the three potentially most important minutes of a man’s life and career.  It is also one of the...

Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Thomas is Titanic’ by Jessica Vaughan

Thomas is Titanic could more accurately be called “Stalking Kate Winslet.” Thomas Choinacky wrote and performed this one-man show about his preoccupation with her...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Blanche: The Bittersweet Life of a Wild Prairie...

Blanche: The Bittersweet Life of a Wild Prairie Dame is something special and unlike most musicals I have seen before. Onalea Gilbertson found a photo...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Lady Luck is a Whore’ by Andrew L....

Lady Luck is A Whore (What happens in Vegas Stays in this show) is a sharply written one-woman show by NYC based Leanne Linsky....

A Preview of ‘Nightmerica’ by B. Stanley

I receive mass email forwards from my right wing religious pro-military uncle in North Carolina every couple of weeks. Inevitably he has had something...

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