The Capital Fringe Festival is back after a two-year hiatus! For the first time in its 17-year history, Fringe will be in Georgetown. With over 250 theatre artists are performing […]
Whoever says you can’t have it all, has yet to go to the Capital Fringe Festival. For the first time, the annual theater event highlighting local, new, and “fringe” playwrights […]
When Julianne Brienza was 7, she visited Washington, D.C., with her family. Bored by the monuments, she was mesmerized by a puppet show at the National Zoo. Some things never […]
On Friday and Saturday, you can preview Spring/Summer 2020 fashions at DC Swim Week at the Italian Embassy. And Sunday is your last chance to get unhinged at Capital Fringe.
Saturday is the annual Day of Archaeology Festival and National Geographic Family Day. Meanwhile, Capital Fringe is carrying on through July 28 in Southwest.
This year’s festival fairly sings with ideas about what it’s like to be a young, old, female, male, transgender, serious or silly human being today in a world that we made ourselves, in our dreams and schemes and in our ballot box.
Capital Fringe shows are popping up all over Southwest and you can pop a cork for Bastille Day at several locations, including the Perry Belmont House.
Highlights of the summer season in theater, opera, music and dance, along with the harder-to-classify By The People and Capital Fringe Festivals.
On Saturday, after an aquatic happy hour, you can hear Willie Colón and the best of Wagner’s Ring. Recover on Sunday with glassblowing at Glen Echo and landscape-looking at Waverly Street Gallery.
An interaction haunts you. Oddly, you recall the incident, a mere blip, tiny gasp. The beauty of the moment is that it has a life of its own, like a […]