Posts Tagged ‘Hip Shots’

Hipshot: Domestic Animals

The untamed wilderness of war makes for riveting drama in this exquisitely written and directed show.

Hip Shot: DancEthos With the West Shore Trio

Take an engaging tour of contemporary dance with this collection of pieces by independent choreographers.

Hip Shot: I Feel Funny: True Misadventures in Stand-Up Comedy

Local comic Adam Ruben delivers an intimate set about his worst gigs, and dips into the existential purpose of comedy.

Hip Shot: Ripple of Hope: One Teacher’s Journey to Make an Impact

When a teacher's journey becomes more about the teacher than the journey.

Hip Shot: How to Be a Good Mom…When You’ve Got a Schizophrenic Mother for a Role Model

Psychologist Pamela Meek can't always tell which parts of her own story are interesting, and which parts she only thinks are interesting.

Hip Shot: Straight Faced Lies

Some of the best acting at Fringe heightens the stakes of this typically atypical dysfunctional-family drama.

Hip Shot: Purge

Too much window dressing obscures the talent in fusiondance's ambitious movement-based show.

Hip Shot: Here/Hear

Be prepared to share your own stories on race in D.C., as this "play" is really an open forum for uncomfortable topics.

Hip Shot: Priest/Penitent

Catholicism, and religion in general, comes in for a confession in this pair of cutting one-acts performed by local theater mainstay Bob Lohrmann.

Hip Shot: The Movement – 50 Years of Love and Struggle

Ron Jones returns to Fringe with a one-man show tracking the last half-century of American race relations.