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Capital Fringe Review: ‘Marsha’ by Mike Spain

Marsha is both brilliantly written and performed and also quite disturbing. Alan Harris’ short play is about a kidnapped child who takes the same walk around her Welsh village, everyday, and she takes the audience along with her. Harris and Julia Thomas co-direct. The minimal set is quite effective consisting of four lights on the floor which […]

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‘The Golem’ at Taffety Punk Theatre Company by Erica Laxson

The Golem is a Taffety Punk exclusive that shouldn’t be missed. This electronically charged, theatrical adventure portrayed by one man (Daniel Flint) and DJed by DC’s own local musical mastermind, Jupiter Rex is an engaging mental exploration of the darkest corners of a man’s mind. Directed by Joel David Santner, this edgy play based on […]

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