If I See You were an item of produce, it would have been grown in a home garden free of pesticides or chemicals, being watered and pruned daily by a gentle and caring caretaker.
Those unfamiliar with the premise of Gilbert and Sullivan’s Patience can imagine a smaller scale “High School Musical” production that takes place in England during the Victorian age. Complete with a fickle gang of boy-crazy mean girls, young love, love triangles and comically impressive young men in uniform who spend all their time strutting to […]
Upon sitting down to an evening with Alice we, the reporters, are immediately offered refreshments and given a mini fashion show by the “Hostess of Washington” herself, played by veteran actress Joy Davidson. We are then ushered into an epic trip down memory lane with Alice triumphantly gushing details about many a public figure along the […]
It is not without a sense of irony that the opening night of Cry For the Gods: The Last Queen of Hawai’i fell three days after the Fourth July, arguably our city’s, if not the nation’s, most observed holiday celebrating the glorified and noble history of the United States. Paul Handy’s concise drama wastes no time […]
It is always a treat to begin the Fringe Festival with a production that embodies the Fringe’s dedication to genuinely innovative theatre. One such production is the agenda, a brief snippet of experimental theatre housed in the Redrum theatre at Fort Fringe. The production is the brainchild of Sound Play, commissioned by Artistic Directors, Leah […]
Looking for an evening of original comedy, side splitting laughter and a completely unique story line? Then look no further than The Bedroom at Fort Fringe. ShawnMikael(s), the improv comedy duo comprised of Shawn Westfall and Mikael Johnson, have invested years and years of intense training in improvisational comedy training to bring D.C. audiences the […]