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Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Stone Tape Party’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) Even before the show starts, Stone Tape Party, written by Danny Rovin and directed by Angela Pirko, immerses the audience...

Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘The Inaugural Election for President of Mrs....

For some scripts, writers will get on a roll, crafting a story from start to finish. Then comes the tough part: titling the show. In...

Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘Stone Tape Party: Hauntings and Humor’ By...

“Sex. Drugs. Jazz. You know, the classic ghost story” proclaims the catchy tagline for the new comedy Stone Tape Party. Every ghost story needs...

Source Festival: ‘Mortality’-Six 10-Minute Plays

Last night I was back at CulturalDC’s Source Festival for Mortality, a series of six 10-minute plays inspired by the full length play, A...

LiveArtDC Holds its First Annual ‘LiveArt in a Day’ on Saturday,...

5 Plays + 3 Bands + 1 Great Cause = 1 Amazing Night of DC Talent and Stories   What do you get when you bring...

‘Proof’ at Peter’s Alley Theatre Productions by Amanda Gunther

In searching for answers one must always be able to prove that the answers they have found are true. A deeply profound tale of...

Peter’s Alley Theatre Productions Opens ‘Proof’ on March 15th by Beth...

Opening March 15th, Peter's Alley Theatre Productions' second show of its inaugural season is Proof, by David Auburn. The Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award - winning drama, is...

‘The Birthday Party’ at Idly Bent Theatre Company by Amanda Gunther

The new year brings a new show to the DCAC as Idly Bent Theatre Company presents Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party. Director Anne Cecelia Haney's...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Breaking Up With Ed’ by Jessica Vaughan

Breaking up with Ed was not written so much as collected by Angela Pitko but from survivors of eating disorders. Five actors – Caroline...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Breaking Up with ED’ by...

In a quiet rehearsal room in an empty building, with a simple set laid out of five black stools and five small purple bins...

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