See/Saw Theatre Co presents What Would Tina and Amy Do? by Larissa Kruesi and Mikaela Saccoccio – a new play about friendship, love, and getting stuff done.
A Hill intern. An unemployed Georgetown law grad. A returned Peace Corps volunteer. And a Rhodes Scholar. Together they live in a shared house in a transition neighborhood and each day they take on the madness of Washington DC, trying to start their careers, find love and navigate the warped reality of the DC-CV driven […]
Infinite Jest co-founder Bill Gordon loves, loves, loves nostalgia. Nostalgia for a 1970s romantic comedy anthology series inspired Infinite Jest’s entry into the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival.
— a guest article written by Fringe artist Andrew Potter — The Road to High Street is the live, multi-media, musical, storytelling performance of my days as a guitar-playing, unicycle-riding, rubber chicken-juggling street performer with my longtime fire-eating friend, Wheeler Cole. We called our act The High Street Circus. Wheeler and I met in college […]
Visit the Capital Fringe main page 2014 CAPITAL FRINGE FESTIVAL July 10 – 27, 2014
— Jane Franklin, Artistic Director of the Arlington, VA-based Jane Franklin Dance, on her collaboration with musician Tom Teasley on Blue Moon/Red River coming to the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival.– – Where did the idea for your show come from? Tell us about the moment where you said to yourself: “I just have to do […]