– by guest writer Lee Kaplan – When I found my sixth grade journal, I knew I needed to speak out. In elementary school, I was bullied for — among other things — my love of acting in plays. What I read in my journal were detailed accounts of vicious, relentless attacks that took place […]
Capital Fringe: The Burlesque of Broadway
Who doesn’t love a good musical? Or making fun of a good musical?! With Burlesque of Broadway, presented by Burlesque Classique, nothing is sacred in this sassy, sexy rumpus to some traditional Broadway show tunes. Watch the costumes fall away and the sparkly skin emerge to songs from Damn Yankees to Nine – some classic […]
Capital Fringe: Marsha – a kidnapped girl imagines travel around town
– guest writer is Alan Harris – Marsha is the story of a girl who, despite being locked up, goes on the same journey around a Welsh village every day. We are currently rehearsing it in the UK before travelling to Washington, DC. The play isn’t based on one incident – there have been many […]
Capital Fringe: How to Have It All: The Musical
– Guest writer is Jessica North Macie – Alumni of the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts return to the Fringe stage for the fifth straight year, now with a new company name and a brand new musical. Fully Charged Productions debuts How to Have it All: The Musical at Capital Fringe 2013.
DCTS Guide to Capital Fringe 2013
2013 CAPITAL FRINGE FESTIVAL July 12 – 28, 2013 Daniel McCullough’s Fringe tweet wins him a pair of tickets to Miss Saigon
Capital Fringe: Body Armor by Evan Crump
– guest writer is Evan Crump – On April 29th, in Afghanistan, a civilian plane contracted by the military, designated NCR Flight 102 and carrying cargo out of Bagram Airfield, unexpectedly yawed sideways, stalled out, and crashed shortly after takeoff. A ground vehicle’s dash cam recorded the event with disturbing clarity and proximity, so much […]
Capital Fringe: They Call Me Q
— Guest writer Qurrat Ann Kadwani, from New York City, is an actress, producer, TV Host and founding Artistic Director of eyeBLINK — Part of Fringe Peeks, our “in their own words” series I was born in Mumbai, India and my family immigrated to America when I was three. I saw my first solo play […]
Meet our 2013 Capital Fringe staff
This year’s coverage of Capital Fringe will be bigger than ever thanks to our talented crew which includes writers, editors and general managers of the mayhem.