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Perisphere presents OLEANNA :: Interview with the artists :: FRINGE THEATRE

Fringe sits down with the cast and director of OLEANNA to find out why this dark play is so much fun and what they hope the audience will get out of it.

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FRINGE MUSIC :: Interview with Domingues & Kane

Amy Domingues and Dennis Kane create art that balances musicianship with technology founded on musical traditions equally ancient and contemporary.

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Fringe POP :: Short Play Director Search

Fringe POP is looking for four directors to lead scripts from rehearsal to performance.

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FRINGE MUSIC in the Library :: Interview with Donvonte McCoy

Read more about this local trumpeting legend and how go-go and classical music influenced his sound.

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FRINGE MUSIC in the Library :: Interview with Puff Pieces

Before we see them at the MLK Library, we get to know Puff Pieces, their earliest musical memories and their current musical point of view.

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Space Available :: Logan Fringe Arts Space

You would look great in our space. Rent the Logan Fringe Arts Space for an event this fall!

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FRINGE MUSIC in the Library :: Interview with rogue collective

rogue collective gives us the inside scoop on their influences and why they "explore the gap between classical music and its culture."

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Fringe POP :: 10-Minute Plays and Short Films

Fringe POP merges short films with 10-minute plays for a dynamic event mixing projections and live performance to explore private vs. public space. These live performances are juxtaposed with short films exploring questions of how we live and behave, both in public and in private.

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FRINGE MUSIC in the Library :: Interview with MIND OVER MATTER MUSIC OVER MIND

Chatting with MIND OVER MATTER MUSIC OVER MIND member Dr. Thomas Stanley and finding out why the band came together, and what Toni Morrison book he recommends reading.

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FRINGE MUSIC in the Library :: Interview with Royal Height

Q: When did you start making music? I started in the Glee Club in school, and in church where I was in the Children's Choir. I also took some piano lessons, but I fell in love with music at an early age, being surrounded by it here in DC.

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FRINGE MUSIC in the Library :: Interview with Anthony Pirog

Q: When did you start making music? A: I started to seriously play guitar when I was 11 years old. I can remember wanting a guitar when I was about five but didn't get one until Christmas of 1991.

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2016 Fringe Festival Passes on Sale :: Give the Gift of Fringe

Fringe Festival passes are the perfect aide to the adventurous audience member looking to experience live performance that is new, different and exploratory.

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