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Banished? Productions' Fringe Festival show asks audiences to submit to mysterious and uncomfortable situations -- but there's a payoff.

The actor in Capital Fringe's "Dishwasher" comes to homes, washes dirty dishes, and performs a monologue.

Joe Brack wrote and stars in the play that weaves his own life with re-enactments from the book and movie.

Each year a few dominant themes emerge from the massive theater extravaganza with a reputation for edgy, raw productions. This year, one of the most common subjects is . . . American history.

  • Maura Judkis and Stephanie Merry
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  • Jul 8, 2013
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Choosing which of the 130 shows to see might get a little bit easier.

Behold, the full list of 129 offbeat productions.

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