Time: April 12, 2010 at 8pm to May 9, 2010 at 7pm
Location: FORT FRINGE - THE SHOP
Street: 607 New York Ave., NW
Website or Map: http://www.capfringe.org/trai…
Event Type: theater
Organized By: CAPITAL FRINGE
Latest Activity: Mar 28, 2010
1st ANNUAL WATTAGE - APRIL 12 - MAY 9
New Theater Illuminating Tradition and Survival – Produced by Capital Fringe
Wattage is a new performance series produced by Capital Fringe. Wattage will feature three different new works of theater that are examinations of the thread of self through explorations in global citizenship – tradition, environment, identity- these new works in theater are truly new plays of survival. Wattage will take place at Fort Fringe, 607 New York Ave. NW. The three shows will run in repertory doing up to 19 performances each throughout April and May 2010.
Tickets: $20 per performance, all shows are general admission
Three-show pass: $45
Fringe Button Discount: $5 ALL Shows...we gotta see your button at the door! Use code: Watt2010
Groups Sales: got 10 or more that want to attend Wattage? - tickets only $17
Group orders can only be done over the phone or in person at the Fringe Box Office.
More Info: http://www.capfringe.org/training-factory-wattage.html
Box Office Phone: 866-811-4111 - Monday-Friday 9-9, Sat-Sun 10-6
The Box Office at Fort Fringe, 607 New York Ave., NW will be open one hour prior to scheduled curtain time.
BE A GREEN AUDIENCE: USE PUBLIC TRANSIT or RIDE A BIKE. METRO: Mt. Vernon Sq. 7th Street (GREEN/YELLOW)
BUS: 70,71,79,80,G8,P6,X2 CIRCULATOR: Convention Center/Waterfround; Georgetown/Union Station
April 12 through May 8
DEVISED BY: Scot McKenzie, Dan Istrate, Kathleen Akerley, John Gurski, and Yuriy Zahvoysky
FEATURING: Scot McKenzie and Dan Istrate
COMPANY: Capital Fringe
A man journeys into the badlands seeking vision and a reconnection with his primitive self. Movement, music and language are used to explore man’s relationship to himself against the backdrop of the mythical desert in this original, devised, world-premiere work of physical theater.
THE HOUSE WITH TWO DOORS
April 13 through May 9
DIRECTED BY: Matthew R. Wilson
DEVISED BY: the ensemble, written by Matthew R. Wilson & Toby Mulford, based upon the Casamarciano scenario
FEATURING: Vanessa Buono, Joel Reuben Ganz, Chase Helton, Michelle Tang Jackson, Toby Mulford, Denise Perrino, Graham Pilato, Annetta Dexter Sawyer, Laura J. Scott, TD Smith, and Rachel Spicknall
COMPANY: Faction of Fools Theatre Company, Inc.
Naples by night. A beautiful runaway meets a swarthy foreigner, transforming cloak-and-dagger intrigue into a Renaissance bedroom farce with masks, swordplay, cross-dressing, and mistaken identity, in this world premiere, ensemble-devised comedy based on a 17th-century Commedia dell’Arte scenario.
April 22 through May 9
WRITTEN BY: Christy Hall
DIRECTED BY: Rex Daugherty
FEATURING: Stephanie Roswell and Matt Lutz
COMPANY: Autumn Stages
1942. A world at war. A woman left behind. Inspired by letters written by Isabel McMeniman to her husband, Nicholas D’Angelo, YOURS, ISABEL tells the story of World War II from the perspective of one young woman left at home.