Earlier this week while waiting at the entrance of a venue, I overheard an enthusiastic Fringe-goer, who had her evenings booked with Fringe shows for the next two weeks, announce: “I rarely see one-man shows. I don’t see want to listen to one person relay anecdote after anecdote without any point.”
Walking into Capital Fringe Festival’s Redrum venue, the only thing I remembered from reading Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” a few years ago is the part where Alice grows into a giant after she drinks a peculiar potion.
Where do angels fall from? At the Capital Fringe Festival, the answer is from the Mount Vernon United Methodist Church, where three chamber operas composed by Michael Oberhauser offer a defense in the case against fallen angels.
Redial is a comedic and clever exploration of the lives of four aspiring actresses living in New York. Playwright Tamar Kummel, an artist herself, has based the play largely on her own experiences.