CAPITAL FRINGE FESTIVAL'S OPENING WEEKEND

CAPITAL FRINGE FESTIVAL'S OPENING WEEKEND

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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