I’m going to be honest with you guys – I’m scared out of my mind to do this Fringe show, 50 Ways to Date Your Aubrey.
Archives for July 5, 2018
On the Eve at Capital Fringe: What if Joan of Arc made another choice?
On the Eve wasn’t really a play that I decided to write. I stumbled into it. In 2011 I was nannying on the Upper West Side in New York City, and was slowly feeling that I had lost any semblance of humanity in a flood of runny noses, nap scheduling, and people talking about me […]
The night we all remember from 2016: This Historic Night at Capital Fringe
On November 8, 2016, I was watching MSNBC cover what would become one of the most shocking moments in our nation’s history. That election felt like a catastrophe. The future had never seemed so dark or uncertain.
Creators of Fringe game show Movie Magic Live! want to help DC lighten up
Movie Magic Live! answer our questions. Where did the idea for your show come from? While the submission process was in progress, my friends at Fringe mentioned that there were quite a few serious shows, exploring very deep topics. I love compelling theater as much as anyone, but I also know that Fringe is better when […]
Elan Zafir’s true story of parent/child separation, Unaccompanied Minor
Actor Elan Zafir answers our questions about his play coming to Capital Fringe, The Unaccompanied Minor. – Tell us about the moment when you said to yourself: I just have to do this! I see my son four times a year. It’s never felt normal. It’s never felt right. Dropping my son off at the airport is an excruciating […]
Meet the Glory Wholes or How to play the game of life, no matter what hand you’re dealt
Joey Maranto answers our questions about Meet the Glory Wholes. Tell us about the moment where you said to yourself: I just have to do this! I developed Meet the Glory Wholes while driving to my dad’s house for Christmas in the mid-2000s with my wife and three young children (need I mention in a minivan?). My […]
A guide to watching modern dance at Capital Fringe by Area Woman
Hello, we are Area Woman – a new performance collective made up of women who love and respect each other, and also love and respect you. We formed when we realized that we liked each other and liked making dances, and why haven’t we been doing this all along?
On directing The Body of a Woman as a Battlefield in the Bosnian War
As a poet and director, when I came across the script, the poetic language, the dramatic aspects of the play, and the possibility of creativity the story provides attracted me to direct The Body of a Woman as a Battlefield in the Bosnian War.
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