Now that you have your shows lined up for the Capital Fringe Festival, the question is: where are you eating and drinking between shows? This year, Capital Fringe has made purchasing their Fringe button a non-requirement for seeing the shows. However, the price of the button (just $5) opens up a series of discounts at […]
Archives for July 5, 2019
HUSTLE The Musical, one of the more than 100 shows in this year’s 10th anniversary DC Black Theatre & Arts Festival, is a sparkling example of the festivals mission to produce new works. Being workshopped here in DC, this show has stepped out on faith and raised the roof, delivering a fun-filled theatrical experience. Written […]
In August of 2015, at the tender age of 23, I decided to pack up my car and drive across the country from New York to Oregon for an acting apprenticeship opportunity with a small theater company. I had never been to Portland nor did I know anyone who lived there, but 10 months in […]
Quick chat with Capital Fringe artist Miranda Jonte, on the how and why of her play, good & kissed. Tickets for good & kissed Take your broken heart and turn it into art. Miranda Jonte is a NYC actor, playwright, and producer with penchant for road races, big dogs & ice cream.