Capital Fringe festival frugs on throughout eastern D.C. with some 1960s moves at Dance Place, classical carnage in Anacostia and a homelessness monologue at the Tree House Lounge.
Now in its 10th year, the nearly month-long festival has relocated to new digs on Florida Avenue NE.
The actress, appearing in "Raisin' Cain" at GMU, discusses her career and the legacy of the Harlem Renaissance.
Over the next month in local theaters, there will be numerous opportunities to see shows that have never been staged in the area.
Audience-driven, unscripted theater will fill 14th Street's Source theater for six nights, beginning Tuesday.
The heavyweight champion's one-man show has detractors and fans. Should you go?
To be read: 15 short new plays by Neil LaBute, Caridad Svich and others.
Searching for a breakdancer named 'California.'