Let’s Fringe again, like we did this summer.
After wildly successful runs at this summer’s Capital Fringe Festival, Flyboy, But Love Is My Middle Name, The Bird, and Cabaret XXX; Les Femmes Fatales are returning for Encore Performances at the Warehouse Theater.
The Bird follows a young man on search of adventure in Poland 1989, discoveing a female assassin, a Jewish skinhead, a mysterious bird, and the loss of innocence along the way. John Feffer plays seven characters in this one-man show, with an assist from the bird. 8pm, Friday, August 19 & 4pm, Sunday. August 21
Emily Love Morrison stars in But Love Is My Middle Name. She thought finding love would be easy, after all, it’s her middle name. But does she find her man or something else entirely? 6pm, Saturday, August 20 & 6pm, Sunday. August 21
In Flyboy, an aspiring astronaut is offered the mission of a lifetime–but one that will take him away from everyone and everything he’s ever known. Can he give up his earthbound life to chase a distant star? 4pm, Saturday, August 20
Cabaret XXX; Les Femmes Fatales
voted BEST Musical – 2011 Pick of Fringe Audience Awards. “Come again! For those of you who haven’t seen it (naughty, naughty), we’ll be doing the whole show. For those of you who have seen it but want more, we’ll throw in some extra little surprises. What surprises you ask? You’ll have to come find out, sucka.” Saturday and Sunday, Aug 20 and 21 at 8pm.