The touring version of Roundabout Theatre Company’s 2011 Tony Award-winning production of Cole Porter’s Anything Goes, which originally premiered on Broadway in 1934, has everything one would expect from a musical comedy of that era – complicated romantic relationships, wacky hijinks and mistaken identities on a ship traversing the Atlantic, a gangster or two, a […]
Archives for June 17, 2013
One might say that Capital Fringe came a little early to Washington, DC this year. Ambitious emerging theatre company Flying V’s devised work, The Best of Craigslist, is one of those quirky shows that one might expect to see in that yearly theatre festival and it’s a good one, at that. Likely to be a […]
June 17, 2013 — Tickets for the 2013 Capital Fringe Festival went on sale this morning, the festival announced.This year, audiences will be offered 128 shows, in 738 performances, in 18 venues. Single admission tickets will be $17 each. Package deals range from $60 – $300. The Fringe button, required for festival attendance and good […]
2013 CAPITAL FRINGE FESTIVAL July 12 – 28, 2013 Daniel McCullough’s Fringe tweet wins him a pair of tickets to Miss Saigon
– guest writer is Evan Crump – On April 29th, in Afghanistan, a civilian plane contracted by the military, designated NCR Flight 102 and carrying cargo out of Bagram Airfield, unexpectedly yawed sideways, stalled out, and crashed shortly after takeoff. A ground vehicle’s dash cam recorded the event with disturbing clarity and proximity, so much […]
Quotidian Theatre’s 2013-2014 season, it’s 16th, will be composed of three plays by notable Irish or Irish-American playwrights.