The untamed wilderness of war makes for riveting drama in this exquisitely written and directed show.
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Take an engaging tour of contemporary dance with this collection of pieces by independent choreographers.
Local comic Adam Ruben delivers an intimate set about his worst gigs, and dips into the existential purpose of comedy.
When a teacher's journey becomes more about the teacher than the journey.
Psychologist Pamela Meek can't always tell which parts of her own story are interesting, and which parts she only thinks are interesting.
Some of the best acting at Fringe heightens the stakes of this typically atypical dysfunctional-family drama.
Too much window dressing obscures the talent in fusiondance's ambitious movement-based show.
Be prepared to share your own stories on race in D.C., as this "play" is really an open forum for uncomfortable topics.
Catholicism, and religion in general, comes in for a confession in this pair of cutting one-acts performed by local theater mainstay Bob Lohrmann.
Ron Jones returns to Fringe with a one-man show tracking the last half-century of American race relations.