Think your Metro ride over to Fort Fringe took awhile? Alan Harris will one-up you – he’s come over from Wales for the run of his new play Marsha.
Archives for July 25, 2013
Come one, come all — the 8th Annual Capital Fringe Festival ends this Sunday! No one can claim that DC Theatre Scene photographer Ryan Maxwell hasn’t been putting in his time at the Baldacchino Gypsy Tent. Our roving friend continues to capture some of the most interesting people, friendships, and moments at Fringe’s most popular […]
You have to hand it to Jack Marshall. While his company, American Century Theater, values works from the past, Marshall has dusted off a charming musical about traditional marriage from the 60’s and re-interpreted it for what he calls ” a post-DOMA America”. Does the concept work for the show subtitled “a musical about a […]
The six foot tall panda bear that saunters onstage in the middle of Natsu Onoda Power’s beguiling new ensemble show is rather unexpected. Unless, that is, you’ve gotten to know Onoda Power’s work over the past few years.
Paying your final respects to Sister Mary Jasmine requires a bit of a pilgrimage off the beaten track of your favorite Fringe venues.Mourners gather in Studio 2 of the Emergence Studio Arts Collective near Howard University, hoping to get one last glimpse of their dear sister before she is interred in the earth, but alas, […]
Fringe is a melting pot for people of all backgrounds. At the moment I’m getting to know a less common pairing: a classical poet and an actor skilled in long-form recitation.
If you’ve been contemplating a summer visit to lower New England for some swell weather, beautiful rain nourished greenery and even good theatre, you might consider an afternoon or evening at the fabled Westport Country Playhouse in Westport, Connecticut. This completely refurbished old barn has been offering new plays and splendid revivals, often with the […]