Sucks To be A Grownup is a one-woman show that feels like a combination of a stand up comedy set and advice from your worldly aunt that you definitely needed after college. CJ, the writer and producer, shares her thoughts on the differences between being an “adult” and a being a “grownup.” CJ talks about […]
Review: Almost Full: A Young Girl’s Guide to Growing Up at Capital Fringe
Almost Full: A Young Girl’s Guide to Growing Up is an exploration and examination of teenage lives through a variety of artistic methods. The girls use poetry, soliloquy, movement, music, and dance to express their personal truths.
Review: Shopworn at Capital Fringe
Shopworn, a playabout finding the line between heritage and hate, and what do with the racist artifacts left behind, is a surprisingly fun show
Review: A Slow Bullet at Capital Fringe
A Slow Bullet combines comedy with tragedy to explore the darkest parts of depression, some ways to cope with it, and begin moving on after losing someone to it. Slow Bullet begins with a theater company sitting around, talking about the review of its latest show. The play tells its story through a series of cold […]