Posts Tagged ‘Dylan Fresco’

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 [...]

Hip Shot: Domino’s Pizza Saved My Life

Goethe-Institut – Main Stage, 812 7th St NW
Remaining Performances:
Sunday, July 15, 1 p.m.
Wednesday, July 18, 6 p.m.
Saturday, July 21, 7 p.m.
Sunday, July 22, 4 p.m.
Running Time: 60 minutes
They say: “Stories of summer camp and riot police, songs of young love and the fall of empire...and other momentous moments in history. This personal encounter with global [...]

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 [...]