"Frustratingly, a majority of our plays have been written by men," sighs Aubri O'Connor, an actor whose face has become familiar to Capital Fringe audiences. When she and her friend Emily Todd co-founded Nu Sass Productions five years ago, the whole idea was to advance and promote the work of female theatre artists. "And then [...]
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DISCUSSED IN SOME DETAIL: 43 1/2: The Greatest Deaths of Shakespeare's Tragedies; Mark Twain's Riverboat Adventure; The Continuing Adventures of John Blade, Superspy; Fireball XL?; Tickets to an Event.
MENTIONED IN PASSING: Michael Khan, Emily Todd, Moonrise Kingdom, Kubrilesque.
DISCLAIMERS BY THE BOATLOAD: Lindsey Boyle is working [...]
This is it, thrillseekers: The concluding weekend of Capital Fringe VII: The One Before Capital Fringe VIII. There are 45 shows starting between 6 p.m. and 11:59 p.m. this evening (plus the experiment in compressed intimacy BFF at 4:30) so we are almost already behind schedule.
Item! The Fringe & PurgeCast returns this evening, with an [...]
Tommy "Rev. Nuge" Nugent of OCCUPY THIS! Tales of an Accidental Activist and Emily Todd and and Aubri O'Connor of Tent of Dreams: An Occuplay join host Chris Klimek to discuss creating work inspired by the Occupy movement, and the responsibilities artists take on when they choose to become activists themselves.
We have only just started to see straight again after Sunday night's Captital Fringe Festival-concluding bacchanal, which is why it took so long for these video interviews we shot at Fort Fringe that night to see the light of day. We didn't interview all the winners; just the ones who hung around to party [...]