Posts Tagged ‘Dizzy Miss Lizzy’s Roadside Revue’

ToDo ToDay: Dizzy Miss Lizzie’s Roadside Revue! Reubens!

Few shows reviewed last summer on Washington City Paper’s Fringe & Purge blog received the high praise awarded to Dizzy Miss Lizzie’s Roadside Revue. “Just go already,” said our critic. “Dizzy Miss Lizzie [is] alchemical Fringe rock ‘n’ roll magic [genius], and there’s no reason to miss [it].” Tonight, Dizzy Miss Lizzie reprises its 2012 Fringe [...]

Weekend Picks: Fall Fringe

While it may cause vision-blurring cognititive dissonance just to think about anything related to the Captial Fringe Festival while comfortably wearing long pants (or maybe I'm just projecting), Fall Fringe, the seven-year-old DIY theater bacchanal's cool-weather cousin, is upon us. The second of its three weekends kicks off tonight. The majority of the [...]

Fringe Fanatic Chairs Folly Fundraiser

Lisa Carr made the most of her $300 all-access pass to Capital Fringe this year. After seeing an impressive 47 shows–just over three per day–she won the Fringe Fanatic award. "If Fringe were a major I could give classes," she writes on the Fringe website. Due in part to her "stupendous loyalty to Fringe," Carr [...]