By Nico Dodd on July 28, 2013 / @nicododd
Total Tickets Sold: 30,868
Total Passes Sold: 1,582
Total Payout to Artists: $226,538
Number of Beers Poured: 8,217
Number of Proseccos Poured: 1,332
Number of Turkey Burgers: 274
Number of Pork BBQ Sliders: 272
Number of Sold Out Shows: 100
Number of shows sold at 50%: 330
Number of shows sold at 30%: 500
Total number of volunteers: 430
Total number of shifts worked: 688
Best Comedy: D.C. State Players The D.C. State Players Presents Agamemnon
Best Drama: Grain of Sand Theatre Tell-Tale
Best Musical Theatre & Opera: Unmanned Stagecraft Productions The Young Wife, by Katarzyna Brochocka
Best Dance & Physical Theatre: Brynn Tucker A Guide to Dancing Naked
Best Overall Show in 2013 Summer Festival: Belle Époque Productions and the New Musical Foundation One Night in New York!
This award, chosen by our Executive Director, Julianne Brienza, is given to a group or individual artist that took a risk, tried new things, was honest and had a good artistic product.
The winning production/group is awarded by being invited to participate in the following year’s Festival participation fee-free, an ad/marketing package from Capital Fringe’s sponsors and many other added benefits.
This year’s Director’s Award went to two productions: Not a Robot Theatre Co’s The Clocks and Disco Jesus Productions’s Disco Jesus and the Apostles of Funk.
2008 Sue Jin Song Children of Medea
2009 Ed Hamell The Terrorism of Everyday Life
2010 GoHorses Ridgefield Middle School Talent Nite
2011 Izumi Ashizama iKilL
2012 Pointless Theatre Company Imagination Meltdown Adventure and Soshinz A Day in the Life of Miss Hiccup
We cannot thank all of the artists and audiences enough. We have had a very special time together this summer!
Israeli soldiers speak out about the occupation.
Physics presentation teleports to another universe.
Where do you draw the line between church and cult?
A dubious comedy about race, history and anxiety.