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American Dance Institute
1570 East Jefferson Street, Rockville, MD, 20852
Contemporary Dance Theater performance and a world premiere
Button Discount applies to performances on March 27 and 28 at 8pm.
As Artistic Director of New York City-based Advanced Beginner Group, David Neumann has presented work at PS 122, New York Live Arts, The Kitchen and Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, to name a few. Neumann has received 4 Bessie awards and numerous grants for his work. He is the darling of the NYC contemporary dance scene today.
I Understand Everything Better is a multi-disciplinary performance piece that explores the impulse to report on calamity, the consciousness of traumatic change, and one’s proximity to dying. A union of theatre and dance-making methodologies, ‘ACTION ORSON’ will incorporate innovative technology, weather reports, and personal narratives all within a framework composed of elements drawn from classical Japanese dance and theatre.
Button holders received a 50% discount off $30 regular price tickets. Patrons use code Fringefest at check out to receive discount.
ADI is also now offering the ADI Champagne Bus from Logan Circle to Rockville for only $10 roundtrip and includes champagne splits for everyone.Get Tickets →
Caos on F
923 F St NW Washington, DC
This discount applies to all performances, March 12 to April 5, 2015.
Directed by Angela Kay Pirko Featuring: Karen Lange, Keegan Cassady, Amber Gibson, Erik Harrison, Aubri O'Connor, Amal Saade, Charlene V. Smith, Hannah Sweet, Marta Kotzian and John Stange.
Artistic Designs by
Stephanie Kara Jewell Jordan - Stage Manager
Colin Dieck - Lights
Betsy Haibel - Set
Vashti Joseph - Costumes
Aaron Fensterheim - Sound
Becky Mezzanotte - Props
Karin Rosnizeck - Dramaturgy
Maria Bonet - Image Design
The first in the Small Batch Audience Series.
Set in Germany in the 1930s, A Bright Room Called Day depicts the lives of a group of friends during the fall of the Weimar Republic and the rise of the Nazi Party. Fringe Button Holders receive 10% off any ticket to any show using code Fringe10.Purchase Tickets →
Mead Theatre Lab at Flashpoint
916 G Street NW Washington, DC 20001
Discount applies to shows on April 16 / 17 / 18 / 20 / 23 / 24 / 25 at 8:00pm and April 19 at 3:00pm.
Director: Carmen C. Wong
Lead Devisor: Rachel Hynes
Dramaturg: Otis Ramsey-Zoe
Featuring: Annalisa Dias, Gregory Ford and DeLesslin George-Warren
Projections: Jane Claire Remick
Lighting & AV Consultant: Gordon Nimmo-Smith
Production Assistance & Costumes by: Kelley Kidd
Technical Assistance & Props: Niell DuVal
TYGER looks at fragmentation, poverty, love, and other meditations on the holes in our lives, drawing from selected writings of Jorge Luis Borges, Jose Rivera’s Brainpeople, and recently discovered works by No Inglés. The piece interrogates ritual as a means to resolve loss while grappling with the plurality of truth.
Fringe Button holders receive $7 off General Admission tickets. Please use FRINGE discount code to purchase tickets onlineMore Details →
DC Arts Center
2438 18th Street NW, Washington DC
Discount applies to performances on Thursdays through Sundays, April 2-26 at 7:30pm.
Director: Carl Brandt Long
Composer/Sound Design: Gregory Thomas Martin
Lighting Design: Pete Vargo
Set Design/Construction: Rachel Marie Wallace
Props/Effects: Alex Zavistovich
Jonathan: Adam R. Adkins
Markus: Brian McDermott
Lane: Elliott Kashner
Trace: Yoni Gray
Phyllida: Jen Bevan
Helen: Katie Jeffries
Fresh from its sold-out production of Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe comes Molotov’s chilling production of The Margins. Five paranormal investigators and a skeptical reporter visit a haunted manor to conduct a psychic experiment. Present your Fringe Button at the door or use the code FRINGE online for 20% off!Get Tickets →
American Poetry Museum at The Center for Poetic Thought
716 Monroe Street NE Studio 25, Washington, DC 20017 (Arts Walk at Monroe Street Market)
Discount applies to all performances from January 4, 2015 through December 27, 2015.
Created and Performed by Brian Feldman
One of Brian Feldman’s signature projects, txt (pronounced ‘text’) is an interactive performance featuring a mysterious character named txt who recites increasingly absurdist dialogue written anonymously by the audience in real time via Twitter.
Use code CAPFRINGE for $5 off tickets. Tickets can be purchased calling 800.838.3006 or online here.More Details →
Meet at Chinatown Friendship Archway
SE corner of 7th St NW & H St NW Washington, DC 20001
Discount applies to all dates from January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015.
Featuring Brian Feldman and You
One of the most talked-about experiences of the 2012 Capital Fringe, where it premiered in a sold-out 50 show run, BFF returns every weekday in 2015. This is a one-on-one experience, where you will hang out for two hours with one of DC’s top conceptual performance artists. Anything can happen.
Use promo code CAPFRINGE for $5 off tickets. Tickets can be purchased by calling 800.838.3006 or online here.More Details →
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