Posts Tagged ‘Derek Hills’

Today’s Fringenda: The Secretions of His Success Edition

Greeting, Noble Denizens of Planet Fringe. Wanna hear something sexy? When the sun sets over Fort Fringe tonight at 8:25 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, the temperature is projected to be a humane 72 degrees Fahrenheit.
CapFringe recommendations, courtesy of your friendly neighborhood Fringe & Purge Action News and Commentary Squad, explode in action immediamente!
In [...]

Hip Shot: No Sex, Please

Remaining Performances:
Thursday, July 18, 8:30 p.m.
Friday, July 26, 8:15 p.m.
Sunday, July 28, 1:00 p.m.
They say: "Would-be JFK – and 20-something virgin – unravels his idealistic thoughts on sex and love, one botched sexcapade at a time. How long can he hold out for the perfect score? It’s a coming of age tale, decades in [...]

The Virgin Diaries

I was almost 28 when, on Halloween, I had sex with a woman I hardly knew after a house party. She wore pink buckles and studs, a pink headband, and pink leg warmers. She said she was a punk rocker. I wore a gray sweat outfit and face paint to match. I was a dead [...]

Fringe & PurgeCast #5: Ticket Tallies, Pizza Revisited, Talking in Circles, Nixon Doesn’t Resign Yet

In this edition of the PurgeCast, actor, storyteller, and paragon of temperance John Kevin Boggs—a member of the cast of the Washington Rogues' 2012 Capital Fringe entry Mitzi's Abortion—joins Fringe & Purge bloggers Derek Hills, Rachael Manteuffel, and Chris Klimek to debate the merits of Dylan Fresco's Dominos Pizza Saved My Life and to praise [...]

Fringe & PurgeCast #1: BFFs, Pizza, Improvised Musicals

In this inaugural installment of our daily (probably) late-night (invariably) conversation about our experiences at the Capital Fringe Festival, Rachel Manteuffel, Derek Hills, and I soak up the ambience of Fort Fringe while talking about Dylan Fresco's Dominos Pizza Saved My Life, Washington Improv Theater's iConfess, and Brian Feldman's conceptual art exploration of the ephemerality [...]