Posts Tagged ‘John Feffer’

Arts Roundup: It’s in the Groove Edition

Slowly, slowly, Christoph Eschenbach is making welcome changes at the National Symphony Orchestra. [Post]
How D.C. street artist DECOY got into mural-making out of shyness. [Pink Noise]
Ian Svenonius visits Muscle Shoals. [Vice]
John Feffer, Fringe mainstay, on John Feffer [DC Theatre Scene]
Mynabirds returns to D.C., home of singer Laura Burhenn [Post]

The Accidental Activist, a Play Starring Newt Gingrich’s Half-Sister, Launches Beltway Drama Series

The political gets very personal when someone in the family decides to run for president. Especially if you are Candace Gingrich- Jones, a lesbian and the half-sister of Newt Gingrich. The Accidental Activist, a new play by Gingrich-Jones' wife Rebecca Gingrich-Jones, debuts this Wednesday as the first installment in the Beltway Drama Series. Based Candace's memoir of the same [...]

Expect Reprisals: Hit Capital Fringe Shows Return for Encore Performances

In the event your July calendar was too packed for you to make it to every one of the Capital Fringe Festival's 120-odd shows, you've got a few more chances to sample five of the unjuried theater fest's big hits. City Artistic Partnerships is sponsoring performances of four Fringe shows at the Warehouse Theater [...]