Capital Fringe Festival’s fallFRINGE (Nov. 4 – 21) presents the return of ten shows from this summer’s 2010 Capital Fringe Festival. Over the next three weeks, there will be 54 shows on Wednesdays through Sundays at the Shop at Fort Fringe, 607 New York Avenue NW.
The shows being reprised are a typically eclectic group, including:
- Two offerings categorized as musical theatre, The Poet Warriors (a musical about three soldiers and the ones they have left behind) and This is Your Brain on Rock and Roll (featuring the stand up comedy and musical stylings of Ed Hammell);Two solo performances with growing up and LGBT themes, Do Not Kill Me, Killer Robots by Ben Egerman and Sex, Dreams, and Self Control by Kevin Thornton;
The Impressionable Players’ Romeo & Juliet: Choose Your Own Ending (broad fun that can have eight difference outcomes depending upon audience choices);
The comedies Cavers from Nu Sass Productions (an absurd new play about Cave monkeys, evolution, the American Dream, and being Human) and Ridgefield Middle School Talent Nite (which is just what it sounds like with two multi-role playing comics);
A new, post-election visit to McSwiggins Pub with Capitol Hill staffer and comedian Sean O’Brien;
One dance offering, Elephant by Kelly Bond; and,
The unique sci fi-comedy-thriller Freud Meets Girl from Hunter Styles and the Wayward Theatre.
All performances cost $20. Patrons are not required to have a Fringe button; however, a 2010 Fringe button will result in a $5 discount on the admissions price. Also, fallFRINGE four packs of tickets are avaiable for $50.
Here’s the link to the list of fallFRINGE shows with links to performance times and online ticket purchasing. You can also call 866-811-411, or pick them up in person at Fort Fringe.