Tag Archives | 2015 Capital Fringe Festival

FRINGE2016 GREEN LOGO 200X200

2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Hello|Brother’

Edgy, experimental, and often uncomfortable, Annexus Theatre’s production of Hello|Brother is the quintessential Fringe experience. Written and directed by Solomon HaileSelassie, the companion plays plunge into questions of solitude and control. In Hello the lights come up on Celine (Kate V. Lawrence), clearly upset, traveling up and down in an elevator. Soon Delvin (Matt Meyers), a blind […]

Continue Reading
FRINGE2016 GREEN LOGO 200X200

2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Hunt’

Jean P. Bordewich’s political drama Hunt turns back the clock to a divisive time in American politics – the early 1950s of Joseph McCarthy – but the characters and issues resonate in today’s political landscape. A passionate, high-profile Republican who blames minorities for America’s looming downfall. A powerful Democrat too focused on his own ascent […]

Continue Reading