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2015 Capital Fringe Review: ‘It’s a Circus Out There’

Written and directed by Kevin Finkelstein, the Bringling Brothers Circus appoints a new CEO (Leila Blaze, played by Stefanie Garcia) with a tremendous business...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘The Inaugural Election for President of Mrs....

In this delightful comedy, six 6th graders are running for President of Mrs. Jacobson’s Sixth Grade class.  You, the audience, get to participate and...

Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘The Inaugural Election for President of Mrs....

For some scripts, writers will get on a roll, crafting a story from start to finish. Then comes the tough part: titling the show. In...

‘Living Out’ (‘Cama Afuera’) at GALA Hispanic Theatre

On a superficial level, the two women at the heart of Lisa Loomer’s elegantly crafted Living Out couldn’t be more different. Ana (Belén Oyola-Rebaza) is an...

‘The Wedding Dress’ at Spooky Action Theater by Justin Schneider

“Mysterious and evocative”: these were the words that Spooky Action Theater's Artistic Director Richard Henrich used to describe their production of Nelson Rodrigues' The...

Meet The Cast and Director of Spooky Action Theater’s ‘The Wedding...

In Part 3 of our series with the director and cast of Spooky Action Theater's The Wedding Dress, meet Dane Edidi. Why did you want to become a...

Meet The Cast and Director of Spooky Action Theater’s ‘The Wedding...

Spooky Action Theater is presenting The Wedding Dress by Nelson Rodrigues. The show is directed by Rebecca Holderness and stars Frank Britton, Michael Kevin Darnall, Dane Edidi, Stefanie...

Meet The Cast and Director of Spooky Action Theater’s ‘The Wedding...

Spooky Action Theater is presenting The Wedding Dress by Nelson Rodrigues. The show is directed by Rebecca Holderness and stars Frank Britton, Michael Kevin Darnall, Dane Edidi, Stefanie...

Reporting from ‘Page to Stage’: ‘The Inaugural Election for President of...

My second day at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ annual Page-to-Stage Festival may have been shorter than my first, but no...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Someone to Watch Over Me’ by Nicole Cusick

Someone to Watch Over Me is nothing but a pure DC fairytale. That is the simple way to describe the plot of this politically...

2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: ‘Someone to Watch Over Me’ by...

In this city of Washington, DC, the seat of political power in American rests.  Despite our inescapable connection to the government workings of the...

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