CAPITAL FRINGE FESTIVAL'S OPENING WEEKEND

CAPITAL FRINGE FESTIVAL'S OPENING WEEKEND

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Sunday, July 15, 2007

Here are engagements for the first four days of the Capital Fringe Festival, which runs July 19-29. For a full schedule and more details, visit http://www.capfringe.org.

July 19

7:30 p.m. "Freedom," Tadaow Inc.; "Bobrauschenbergamerica" by Charles Mee, Banished?Productions

8 p.m. Summer concert; Washington Reflections Dance Company; "Chocolate Jesus," SpeakeasyDC Ensemble; "Breadhouse," Journeymen Theatre; "Birds," Rorschach Theatre

8:30 p.m. "Reefer Madness: The Musical," Studio Theatre

July 20

1 p.m. "I {heart} U.S. (Paid for by Dept. of Emotional Affairs)," Nettles Artists Collective

2 p.m. "Nutshell," DC Dollies & the Rocket Bitch Revue; "The Heart Is Hollow," Sara Ilyse Jacobson

2:30 p.m. "Queen of the Bohemian Dream," Bobby Smith, Tracy McMullan, Margo Seibert

3 p.m. "Ariel Sharon Hovers Between Life and Death and Dreams of Theodor Herzl," Voices From a Changing Middle East: A Festival

3:30 p.m. "A Most Notorious Woman," Wit's End Productions

4 p.m. "Low Tide Hotel," Happenstance Theater; "Classical and Contemporary," Tehreema Mitha Dance Company

4:30 p.m. "Take Care, Ted," Hauptstadt Theater; "Petpourri," the In Series; "Marx in Soho," Iron Age Theatre; "Human," Dissonance Dance Theatre


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