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Get Ready, DC: The 2018 Capital Fringe Festival Opens This Weekend

Get ready Washington, DC: July is hot and about to get even hotter. The always spicy Capital Fringe Festival opens this weekend, delivering 80-some...

News: Capital Fringe Announces Venue Change and Application Details for the...

Registration is now open for the 13th Annual Capital Fringe Festival. Those wishing to participate in the festival can apply from now through January...

DC Theatre Scene and DCMetroTheaterArts’ Joint Capital Fringe Coverage Begins Tonight

The two media companies combine writing strength to review 70 openings in 6 days The editors and publishers of DC’s two major theater websites—DC Theatre Scene...

Tantalizing Tastes from a Boffo Buffet: A Report on the 2017...

Fifteen of the 80-plus shows in the 12th Annual Captial Fringe Festival presented five-minute teaser scenes to a packed house Thursday night at Logan...

DC Theatre Scene and DCMetroTheaterArts Announce Agreement to Share Review Coverage...

The two media companies combine writing strength to review 70 openings in 6 days Washington, DC, June 9, 2017—The editors and publishers of DC’s two major...

Meet the Cast of Avant Bard’s ‘TAME.’ Part 5: Karen Lange

In part five of a series of interviews with the cast of Avant Bard’s production of TAME., meet Karen Lange. Joel: Where have local audiences...

Meet the Cast of Peace Mountain Theatre Company’s ‘A Delicate Balance’:...

In Part 2 of a series of interviews with the cast of Peace Mountain Theatre Company’s A Delicate Balance, meet Louis Pangaro. Joel: Please introduce yourself and...

Meet the Cast of Peace Mountain Theatre Company’s ‘A Delicate Balance’:...

In Part 1 of a series of interviews with the cast of Peace Mountain Theatre Company's A Delicate Balance, meet Nancy Blum. Joel: Please introduce yourself...

Director Sun King Davis on ’43 1/2: The Greatest Deaths of...

Clare Shaffer interviews Sun King Davis on Nu Sass Productions' upcoming production of 43 1/2. Clare: What inspired you to create 43 1/2? Sun King: A lot...

Interviews with the Cast of McLean Community Players’ ‘Comic Potential’ Part...

In Part 2 in a series of interviews with the cast of McLean Community Players’ Comic Potential, meet Scott Duvall. Joel: Please introduce yourself and tell us where our readers...

NextNOW is the Final Arts Festival of the Summer at The...

For many of us, summer means hot evenings out attending arts festivals. Music fans travel hundreds, even thousands, of miles to attend big music...

‘Take A Bow’ Part 3: The Staff of DCMetroTheaterArts’ Favorite Spring/Summer...

Here’s Part 3 of the staff of DCMetroTheaterArts’ favorite Spring/Summer 2016 performances. To our honorees: TAKE A BOW! _____ Christopher Broughton, DeMoya Watson Brown, DeWitt Fleming,...

Steps from Broadway: “How To Quit Your Day Job” Makes Its...

DC to Broadway! That's the dream of the cast and creative team behind the new musical How To Quit Your Day Job. And they are...

‘How to Quit Your Day Job’ to Debut at NYC’s Feinstein’s...

How to Quit Your Day Job to Debut in New York City on July 3oth Jonathan Larson wrote a song a day. This may be a...

2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Ain’t That Rich’

In Ain’t that Rich, California-based writer and comedian Kate Robards delivers a dazzling solo performance, one as mesmerizing and powerful as it is funny....

2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Petunia and Chicken’

I have never started a Fringe with such joy. The cause of that joy is kids’-show-in-disguise Petunia and Chicken, the brainchild of Animal Engine (husband...

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

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 #36: ‘Kick Before You Drown’ by Jessica...

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 # 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 #25: An Interview with Chè Monique on...

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...

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