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Capital Fringe Review: ‘Capital City Showcase #5-July 27, 2014

The final Showcase! And my final Fringe review…..sigh. Well, let’s get to it! This final installment of the Capital City Showcase was a bit...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Capital City Showcase #5-July 27, 2014

The final Showcase! And my final Fringe review…..sigh. Well, let’s get to it! This final installment of the Capital City Showcase was a bit...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Bargain Basement University’

Have you ever wondered what higher education would be like if you didn’t have to deal with all of the hassle that comes with...

Capital Fringe Review: Capital City Showcase #3-July 23, 2014

Showcases! Sometimes amazing, and sometimes appalling, and this time pretty darn good! This is the Capital City Showcase (which can be seen outside the...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Capital Showcase Performance’ – July 18, 2014

(Best of the Capital Fringe) This is a review of the July 18, 2014 performance. DC Institution, The Capital City Showcase will make five stops at Fringe this...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Cabaret XXX: Everybody F*cking Dies’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) Lets start off with a little history: Pinky Swear productions has had one of the best productions at the Fringe...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘La Llorona’

La Llorona is a Hispanic folktale about a woman who is spurned by her lover and goes on to murder her children. She then...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘The Mutualistic Melody’

In a show who's concept is so interesting I was surprised to find so many flaws in both script and execution.The script was unwieldy...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘The Other Day’

About an hour into The Other Day as performed at The Shop, a Dutch airport clerk named Steven (played by a very dashing Dash King), shows...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Tango, Cabaret, Love!’

Tango, Cabaret, Love! is not for the faint of heart nor lack of appetite. Conceived, directed by and starring Cecilia De Feo, Laura Quiroga and...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘The Interpersonal Underworld’

This review will be in two parts. One part about the dance (yes, this is a dance show) and one about the spoken aspects...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘SELF’

There are countless plays (and movies, songs, paintings, stories….) about people falling in love with other people. But what about loving yourself? If you...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Call Steve Guttenberg’

If you are familiar with H.P. Lovecraft’s early writing about the fictional deity called Cthulhu, this play is hilarious. If you are not familiar...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Marriage, Lizards and Love’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) The Capital Fringe festival is a remarkable venue where artists can show off and experiment with new work, playwright Jean...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review ‘What Would Tina and Amy Do?’

Wouldn’t it be great if we could all have some stellar, successful person be our own personal mentor? That’s what Annie (Catie Carlton) and...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Persephone’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) Usually when someone tells you a Fringe show is different every night, it means “improv showcase” or “audience participation.” Sometimes...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: “C-“

(Best of the Fringe!) C-, a SPNP Tech production is a one-man play featuring writer and director Eric Jaffe. The performance, based on Jaffe’s interviews...

Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘À Demain’ by Ryan O’Connell

À Demain is a powerful and incredibly personal journey through the depths of life, death, depression and forgiveness. “À  Demain” is a French expression...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Songs From An Unmade Bed’ by Keith Tittermary

According to the program notes: “In 2005, lyricist Mark Campbell asked 18 different composers to put music to his portrait of a smart, resilient, wry,...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Waiting for Orson’ by Pat Davis

Waiting for Orson is an engaging and well-acted meditation on mysticism, madness, and the confusion between the two. Camped out in Penn Station, Tristan...

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