Tickets to an Event –the Fringe is on the Streets of DC – by Graham Pilato – This was a vision we had back in early 2012. Chinatown, H and 7th Streets, NW DC, late afternoon on a weekend.
Archives for July 3, 2013
In some strange way, hip-hop aficionados will admit that the dog days of summer go hand-in-hand with classic hip-hop. It’s not like this is explicitly stated anywhere, but memories of bumping Nas’ Illmatic or Ghostface Killah’s Fishscale or fill-in-album-here always seem to go with sitting on the front porch and sipping a cold one on […]
– by guest writer Kevin Rodden – RFK: 45 years after and we still can’t forget him President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was shot and killed 50 years ago. His brother, Robert Francis Kennedy, died 45 years ago this summer. To commemorate these dual national tragedies, Philadelphia’s New City Stage Company brings Jack Holmes’ RFK to the […]
— by Lauren R. Alexander — After a wildly successful production of Naomi Iizuka’s Polaroid Stories at American University in November 2012, Blind Pug Arts Collective picked up the opportunity to remount this show at the 2013 Capital Fringe Festival.