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Posted at 03:36 PM ET, 06/08/2012

Capital Fringe Festival announces 2012 performances


The Capital Fringe Festival, which returns July 12-29, announced its full slate. Get a peek at the action before tickets go on sale June 18. (Pictured: The annual preview party at Fort Fringe, set for July 6. ) (Photo by Mark Gail/The Washington Post)
Are you primed for the summer’s annual zany, sweaty smorgasboard of theater?

The Capital Fringe Festival just announced this year’s performers, so you can get a peek before tickets go on sale on June 18. Among the doozies we found perusing the catalog?

• “BFF,” a show that has just one audience member for each performance — making conceptual artist Brian Feldman your virtual BFF for a sure-to-be-awkward 120 minutes or till you politely excuse yourself, whichever comes first.

• The return of Dog & Pony’s “Beertown,” which just got some love from theater critic Peter Marks in the Summer Arts Preview.

• The singing wonder that is Dizzy Miss Lizzie’s is back too, with The Brontes.

Want more? Here are listings and descriptions of the nearly 130 Capital Fringe offerings from the Going Out Guide.

By Going Out Guide staff  |  03:36 PM ET, 06/08/2012

Categories:  Theater

 
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