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Sixth Annual Charm City Fringe Festival: What It Is, How It...

What is Fringe? This weekend marks the beginning of the Sixth Annual Charm City Fringe Festival, a celebration of new and emerging independent theatre that...

Doing Double Duty in the Philadelphia Fringe: An Interview with Jenna...

Three of the most enthusiastic veterans of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival are each doing not one, but two shows this year. Jenna Kuerzi finishes...

Tackling Suicide on Stage: Interviews with Nine Playwrights from Elephant Room...

The 2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival offers a wide range of genres and topics, but few as sensitive and important as Suicide Stories: Gallery of the...

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...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #20: ‘Dial R for Robot: a Sci-Fi...

Hitchcock’s Rope meets Blade Runner in an Interactive Rock Opera Science-lab rivalry turns deadly in the race to build the perfect robot. Hidden passions explode...

In the Moment: An Interview with Tom Teasley on His Live...

"I invite you to participate in a merging of sight, sound, drama and fantasy. For fifty minutes I will take your imagination on a...

‘My Princess Bride’ Starring Joe Brack Returns to Fort Fringe December...

Joe Brack presents: My Princess Bride One man's take on the "classic tale of true love & high adventure." A smash hit! This one man stage show,...

‘My Princess Bride’ Starring Joe Brack Returns to Fort Fringe December...

Joe Brack presents: My Princess Bride One man's take on the "classic tale of true love & high adventure." A smash hit! This one man stage show,...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘They Call Me Q!’ by Carolyn Kelemen

Qurrat Ann Kadwani is a tour-de-force in her one-woman show It’s got to be tough to do a solo show, opening night at 10 p.m....

2013 Capital Fringe Preview and Interview with ‘They Call Me Q!’s...

Joel: You have won many awards for They Call Me Q. What will Fringe attendees see when they you perform your show? Qurrat: I'm so excited...

FallFringe Review: ‘R.U.X.’ (Rockwell’s Universal seXbots) by Cyle Durkee

Robot Sex. Perfect Fringe show, right? You would think so. And it almost is. R.U.X. is about an embattled businessman named Rockwell. Rockwell Jr....

‘R.U.X.’ is back at FallFringe by Maurice Martin

The idea that a person might have sex with a robot came my way via the movie Westworld. Michael Crichton wrote that story about...

‘Hemispheric Dysfunctionalism and the Cortical Titanic’ to Sail From October 4-28,...

The 100th anniversary sinking of the RMS Titanic is being commemorated all year with museum exhibits, movies and documentaries, but an original production by local...

Ed Dixon performs TONIGHT at 8 PM at Signature Theatre’s Ark

TONIGHT at 8 PM, Helen Hayes Award recipient Ed Dixon will be performing at Signature Theatre's ARK Theatre. Accompanied by Gabe Mangiante, Ed will...

Tonight at 8 PM: ‘La-Ti-Do’ With Joshua Morgan and Friends at...

TONIGHT AUGUST 27TH AT 8 PM At The Black Fox Lounge 1723 Connecticut Avenue Northwest Washington, DC 20009 $10 cover charge at the door. Doors open at...

Iron Crow Theatre Company Announces Its 2012-2013 Season by Joseph W....

Iron Crow Theatre Company is pleased and excited to announce our 3rd season. We will again be at residence at Baltimore Theatre Project, for all...

‘Menopause The Musical’ at The Warner Theatre by Anne Tsang

Menopause The Musical (with lyrics and story by Jeanie Linders) playing at The Warner Theatre is an uproariously funny story about four woman who...

‘Robin Hood: Occupy Sherwood’ at Maryland Ensemble Theatre (MET) by Mike...

The '99 Percenters' of Sherwood Forest had already taken over FrederickCommunity College’s JBK Theatre well before the 7 PM World Premiere of Robin Hood:...

‘The Dukes of September’ at Wolf Trap by Mike Spain

On a beautiful August night at Wolf Trap an opening act is not needed when the featured act includes Steely Dan founder Donald Fagen,...

‘The Comedy of Errors’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company by Amanda Gunther

It sounds like a good idea to have an identical twin, be able to trade places when you need to, play fun pranks, cause...

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