The 10th annual Capital Fringe festival is ramping up, and City Paper's Fringeworthy blog (formerly Fringe & Purge) is looking for fresh blood. Want to see the shows for free, sound off on The State Of Local Theater, and get bylines? Can you keep your thoughts brief and punchy like this? Fill out our application [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Capital Fringe’
Chain and The Gang at Capital Fringe, 1358 Florida Ave, NE, May 24th.
The El Reys at MLK Library, May 22nd. © 2015 Matt Dunn
Winners sprinted up and down the aisles, and Erin Weaver won big.
Yays for Capital Fringe and the Monroe Street Arts Walk, nays for the Hirshhorn Bubble and the Corcoran
Chain and the Gang at MLK Library for the Capital Fringe Music in the Library Series,
January 23rd. © 2015 Matt Dunn
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Here's how Fringe is turning a sparse gallery space into a quirky, theater-ready venue.
It's official: The midsummer performance festival is moving to Trinidad.
Each spring, when Capital Fringe is nigh, CEO Julianne Brienza and her team give the festival’s New York Avenue NW headquarters the gritty, performance-art-geek equivalent of an extreme home makeover. Far beyond a little sprucing up or a fresh coat of paint, Fort Fringe gets an updated new color scheme, branding concept, and even a [...]
When D.C. gallerist Leigh Conner bought an auto body shop in Trinidad in 2007 for $1.4 million, she admitted that the beat-up, 12,000-square-foot building wasn't "sexy-looking." "Every day I go over there, I'm excited and nauseated by the process we're going through," she told the Post of her plans to gut and remake the building into the home of one [...]