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Looking for more bright spots among the black boxes? Check out upcoming productions by other theater companies that put on quality shows at bargain prices.

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Capital Fringe's Wattage Series

The edgy summer festival offers a new midseason series of three works, each with the theme "tradition and survival."

Up next: "Hoodoo." Through May 8; "The House With Two Doors" and "Yours, Isabel" through May 9. Fort Fringe, 607 New York Ave. NW. 866-811-4111. www.capfringe.org. $20; three-show pass $45.

Studio Theatre's 2nd Stage

This company retains the spirit of small theater under the umbrella of a titan: 2nd Stage has its own artistic director, raw space, edgy scripts and bright young actors.

Up next: "60 Miles to Silver Lake." Through May 9 at Studio Theatre's Stage 4, 1501 14th St. NW. 202-332-3300. http://www.studiotheatre.org. $25-$35.

African Continuum Theatre Company

The theater company that specializes in the African American experience now produces one show each season.

Up next: "The Old Settler." Through May 15 at Atlas Performing Arts Center, 1333 H St. NE. 202-529-5763. www.boxofficetickets.com. $25-$30.

The In Series

This group blends musical theater, dance and chamber opera.


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