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Fringe

Round two of voting has begun. Which Fringe show would you recommend?

'The Tea Party Project': Failing to break any ground
'Irrelevant Acts of Entertainment': Galactica is perfectly in sync
'Lysistrata... The Musical!': Let's talk about sex (and lack of it)
'The Imaginary Autopsee': A framework for physical comedy
'Finn McCool': Dizzy Miss Lizzie's Roadside Revue returns with a classic tale that rocks
'Terre Haute': Edmund White's literary destination
'When ET Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest': Despite the name, one serious musical
'A Thing for Redheads': John Morogiello's new play falls flat
'Romeo & Juliet: Choose Your Own Ending': Rising from the ashes of a thousand terrible high-school productions

Cast your vote

Check out our list of reviewed Fringe performances and vote for your favorite.

Fringe Festival performances

Visit the Going Out Guide for listings and descriptions of the more than 100 Fringe Festival productions.

About the Capital Fringe Festival

The fifth annual Capital Fringe Festival spotlights more than 100 shows over 18 days. The theatrical buffet, which is uncurated and open to all, includes dance, musicals, spoken word, performance art and experimental theater productions.

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