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Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Play About the Coach’ by Jessica Vaughan

The Play About the Coach tracks the three potentially most important minutes of a man’s life and career.  It is also one of the...

Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Thomas is Titanic’ by Jessica Vaughan

Thomas is Titanic could more accurately be called “Stalking Kate Winslet.” Thomas Choinacky wrote and performed this one-man show about his preoccupation with her...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Blanche: The Bittersweet Life of a Wild Prairie...

Blanche: The Bittersweet Life of a Wild Prairie Dame is something special and unlike most musicals I have seen before. Onalea Gilbertson found a photo...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Lady Luck is a Whore’ by Andrew L....

Lady Luck is A Whore (What happens in Vegas Stays in this show) is a sharply written one-woman show by NYC based Leanne Linsky....

A Preview of ‘Nightmerica’ by B. Stanley

I receive mass email forwards from my right wing religious pro-military uncle in North Carolina every couple of weeks. Inevitably he has had something...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Nightmerica’ by Andrew L. Baughman

Veteran DC Artist B Stanley, Artistic Director of Theatre Du Jour, has this annoying habit of making me think every time I walk into...

Drama Learning Center Expands Popular Summer Camps Program to Baltimore City...

Drama Learning Center (DLC) will be bringing its highly successful and educational summer camps program to Baltimore City again this summer. Camps begin July...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Medieval Story Land’ by Anne Tsang

Medieval Story Land (Written and Co-Produced by Scott Courlander) is this uproariously funny story of an innocent and naïve elf with a heart of...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Ecce’ by Veronique MaCrae

The attempt to birth a theatrical piece rooted in the history of the Roman takeover of the land of Israel, the conflict for position...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Last Flapper’ by Julia L. Exline

Carmela Lanza-Weil directs The Last Flapper, a theatrical biography of Zelda Fitzgerald, with a passionate solo performance by Kate Erin Gibson as Zelda. Set...

Nibbles and Sips Around Town: ‘Love Thy Neighbor and Their Beer’...

What’s more local than partnering with your neighbor? For the food trucks that visit Alexandria’s Port City Brewing Company, producer and neighbor Logan’s Sausage...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Apocalypse Picnic’ by Mariya Danilenko

Apocalypse Picnic is a sketch comedy show about life in a post-apocalyptic world. The show is comprised of nine different sketches that show how...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Thumbs Up!’ by Grace Kim

Thumbs Up, written and performed by Michael Venske, with technical direction by Anthony Logan Cole, is a one-man show deftly performed by Michael Venske....

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Me and the Devil Blues’ by Mike Spain

The steamy heat of a Washington summer night added to the ambiance of the World Premiere of Me and the Devil Blues by Seamus...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Planet Egg’ by Mariya Danilenko

Planet Egg is one of the most ingenious shows at the Capital Fringe Festival. It is a puppet cinema performance, which means that the...

Capital Fringe Review: Almost, “Almost Maine” by Grace Kim

I’m full of love for Almost, "Almost, Maine's" actors - Christian Beltran and Mandy Nicole Moore, who sublimely perform 7 different characters each over 7 vignettes...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Stone Age Recreation: An Operetta’ by Francine Schwartz

Stone Age Recreation is an operetta developed by The Apron Theatre Company. It is a "physical comedy" by DC-area writer/producer Tyler Budde and director Maria Benson...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Burlesque and Belly Laughs’ by Jessica Vaughan

Burlesque and Belly Laughs provides plenty of both. With a cast of improv actors and burlesque dancers from troupes around DC, the evening alternates...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘A Night In (Or The Night My Wife...

LIV Creations presents A Night In (Or The Night My Wife Left), a quirky show about a man who delves into his psyche after...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘In the Company of De Sade’ by Amanda...

In The Company of De Sade presented by the King’s Players at the 2012 Capital Fringe Festival is the show to see if you...

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