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Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘The Program Assistant’

(Best of the Fringe!) Fringe favorite John Krizel is at it again with his new show The Program Assistant, which he wrote, directed, and produced. It is a polished, fast-paced, painfully funny comedy about two recent GW grads living together and applying for the same job. It’s filled with the lightning dialogue and DC insider knowledge […]

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 Emily (Anna Jackson) and James (TD Smith).

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘In This Economy’ by John Krizel

“A new play about love, unemployment, and Gchat,” In This Economy will have its world premiere at the 2012 Capital Fringe Festival. Written, produced & directed by John Krizel, this independent comedy-drama explores the diverging paths to adulthood of DC twentysomethings, through its depiction of the relationship between employed Emily (Anna Jackson) and unemployed James […]

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The Pirate King (David Wannen) and Major-General Stanley (James Mills). Photo courtesy of The New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players.

‘The Pirates of Penzance’ at Wolf Trap by Erica Laxson

New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players‘ presentation of The Pirates Of Penzance struck a chord with the audience at Wolf Trap and left us singing our way into Friday night’s sudden thunderstorm. Despite the oppressive 100 degree weather, the show was a fabulous success and inspired several generations of theater goers to make the best […]

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