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Review: ‘Love in the Time of Coloring’ at Trinadad Theater

Review by Betsy Lizotte Heather Frank’s solo cabaret of witty observations about the state of social interactions in a perplexing, high-tech world, combined with songs...

Preview: ‘That Part is True’ at Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival

That Part Is True, written and directed by DC local Madeline Farrington, is a psychological thriller for the resistance featuring activists, intrigue, betrayal, and...

Interview: ‘Electra’ Director Stevie Zimmerman

Stevie Zimmerman has a reputation in DC as a “must-see” director. She received her bachelors from Oxford and her masters from the University of...

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...

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...

Review: ‘Fringe POP [Performance over Projection]’ at Capital Fringe-

Fringe POP is an interesting and laudable new theatrical experiment from the Capital Fringe creative team. Fringe POP, which launched last night at...

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...

2016 Capital Fringe Review: “POWER!” Stokely Carmichael

I wish that recent events had not made this powerful theater experience so necessary. I wish that Capital Fringe would have come along again and...

2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Once Upon a Bedtime’

The Silver Finch Arts Collective is back at the Fringe Festival with their first children’s show: Once Upon a Bedtime. But what a sophisticated...

2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Color Theory’

Magic: The Gathering, a trading card game representing epic battles between wizards, has an estimated 20 million active players worldwide. Judging from the enthusiastic...

2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Glacier: a climate change ballet’

Midway through Glacier: a climate change ballet, a lone dancer, Therese Gahl, glided onto the stage. Costumed in a vibrant blue tutu, her long legs and...

2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Immaculate Big Bang’

No cosmic question is too challenging to escape the laser wit of Bill Santiago.  In The Immaculate Big Bang, which he wrote and performs,...

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...

A New Play and a New Mission for Ginger Dayle and...

When Ginger Dayle founded New City Stage Company in the summer of 2006, she was a graduate student at Villanova University, hoping to provide...

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...

Magic Time! 5 Reasons Capital Fringe Is a DC Treasure

The future of the Capital Fringe Festival has been uncertain since its brilliant and brave inception in 2006, but back in July 2013 its...

2016 Capital Fringe Festival Preview #1: ‘Before The Lights Go Up’...

To begin our 2016 Capital Fringe series of Previews, Bucky Mitchell introduces us to his show Before The Lights Go Up. Joel: What is Before The Lights Go...

Review: ‘You, Or Whatever I Can Get’ at Flying V and...

You don’t have to work very hard to find your way from the box office to the theater in Flying V Theatre and the...

Flying V and National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts Bring Back Cap...

Coming off the successful, sold out, workshop production at the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival, Flying V brings back its award winning original musical (Best...

Reversed Elf: Joe Brack Directs Matty Griffiths in ‘The Santaland Diaries’...

Since 2008 Matty Griffiths and Joe Brack have taken on David Sedaris' delicious script for The Santaland Diaries four times. Each year they explored the...

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