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Atlas Performing Arts Center
1333 H Street NE Washington, DC 20002
Discount applies to performances on April 17-20 and 23-27.
Director/Performer: John Moletress
Playwright: Caridad Svich
Associate Director: Jacob Janssen
Sound/Video Designer: David Crandall
Filmmaker: Benjamin Carver
Scenic Designer: Lisi Stoessel
Dramaturg: Karin Rosnizeck
“This young company will be a force in our theatre community for years to come” - DC Metro Theatre Arts
“force/collision strikingly fulfills its mission to create new performance works” - The Washington Blade
“The sheer visual theatricality of the young company is impressive” - DC Theatre Scene
From the company that created the world premieres Shape and The Nautical Yards comes a brave, new performance inspired by the life and work of filmmaker Derek Jarman (Caravaggio, The Tempest). Jarman (all this maddening beauty) will feature an invigorating mash-up of video projections and live performance with a text from OBIE Lifetime Achievement Award-winning playwright Caridad Svich. These performances will kick off its US and UK tour.
More information on force/collision can be found at force-collision.org
Button entitles patron to $10 tickets to any of the performances listed above. Tickets may be purchased in advance (use code FRINGE) or at the door. Button must be presented at the venue to redeem.Get Tickets →
Mead Theatre Lab at Flashpoint
916 G St NW, Washington, DC 20001
Discount applies to performances April 10-May 3.
Featured: Lee Gerstenhaber, Devin Mahoney, Robert Christopher Manzo, Rachel Menyuk, David Lloyd Olson, Ruth Anne Watkins, Scott Whalen, Madeline Whiting
Director: Matt Reckeweg
Choreographer: Olivia Reed
Set and Props Designer: Patti Kalil
Co-Puppet Designer: Kyra Corradin
Co-Puppet Designer: Genna Davidson
Lighting Designer: Jedidiah Roe
Costume Designer: Frank Labovitz
Sound Designer: Roc Lee
Pointless Theatre presents their adaptation of Tchaikovsky's iconic ballet with a reimagining of their very first production, Sleeping Beauty: A Puppet Ballet. This highly visual spectacle features Pointless's distinctive blend of dance, pantomime and puppetry, and weaves a fantastical tale of the extremes of love. Sleeping Beauty premiered as part of the 2010 Capital Fringe Festival and was voted “Pick of the Fringe: Best Experimental Show."
Patrons will receive $5.00 off the purchase of a General Admission Ticket. Only redeemable at the door, 1 per person. Not valid on Opening Night.More Details →
Saint Luke Catholic Church
7001 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA, 22101
Discount applies to performance on May 4 at 4pm.
The Amadeus Orchestra presents a series of orchestral and choral concerts held in venues around the DC metro area. This concert
features Aaron Goldman, Principal Flute, National Symphony Orchestra.
Britten: Soirées Musicales
Rodrigo: Concierto Pastorale
Copland: Appalachian Spring: Suite
A. Scott Wood, Conductor
Button entitles patron to $5 off the regular adult ticket price. Tickets may be purchased at the discount price of $25 in person at the concert venue. For tickets purchased in advance, please present your Button at the concert venue box office to receive a $5 refund. Button must be presented at the venue to redeem.Get Tickets →
4200 Campbell Ave, Arlington, VA 22206
Discount applies to all shows through May 11.
Written by Philip Ridley
Directed by Matthew Gardiner
Starring Laura C. Harris and Elan Zafir
Scenic Design: Luciana Stecconi
Costume Design: Laree Lentz
Lighting Design: Collin K. Bills
Sound Design: Eric Shimelonis
Stage Manager: Julie Meyer
Tender Napalm makes its Washington debut in a transfixing, intimate and savage exploration of love in the face of heartbreak.
A pair of young lovers creates a fantastical, often violent, world through an interweaving dialogue of increasing perplexity. At the heart of their fantasies lies an unimaginable tragedy that both bonds and breaks the two. Fused with raw energy, the couple blurs the distinction of truth and illusion in this battle-of-the-sexes wild ride.
Ultimately beautiful and richly moving, Tender Napalm is a complex and layered romance for the modern era.
How to Order
Call Signature at 703-820-9771 and Mention Code FRINGE. Tickets will be $45 plus $3 fee.
Order through Ticketmaster.com
Choose a date and click “Find Tickets”
Click in “Offer Code” box and enter code FRINGE in the box
Click “Apply” and then Show Offer
Tickets will show as $44 (plus fees)
Choose your seats and continue with the check-out process.
511 Tenth St, NW, Washington, DC 20004
Discount applies to Saturday matinees for the full run of the show, March 14-May 17, 2014.
Music and Lyrics by William Finn
Book by Rachel Sheinkin
Conceived by Rebecca Feldman
Additional material by Jay Reiss
Music Direction by Christopher Youstra
Choreographed by Michael Bobbitt
Directed by Peter Flynn
Featuring: Carolyn Agan (Olive Ostrovsky), Matthew A. Anderson (Vice Principal Douglas Panch), Felicia Curry (Marcy Park), Kristen Garaffo (Logainne Schwartzandgrubenniere), Vincent Kempski (Chip Tolentino), Kevin McAllister (Mitch Mahoney), Vishal Vaidya (William Barfee), Nickolas Vaughan (Leaf Coneybear) and Rachel Zampelli (Rona Lisa Perretti), with Maggie Donnelly and Clark Young.
Ford’s Theatre presents the Tony-winning musical comedy The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. This heartwarmingly quirky musical follows six awkward adolescents through their championship quest. Four audience volunteers participate in each performance, ensuring new comedy every night. Peter Flynn (1776) directs. The Wall Street Journal raved “a bona fide crowd-pleaser.”
Button entitles patron to 20% off rear orchestra seating at Saturday matinees. To use the discount, Fringe Button must be presented and tickets must be purchased at the box office.Show Information →
Fort Fringe - The Shop
607 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC, 20001
Discount applies to all performances, excluding Pay What You Can previews and Saturday matinees. Show runs May 2 - June 1.
Rome has burned down and Nero is toast. Then this stranger shows up. Looks like Nero, sounds like Nero—and when he rocks out, the emperor’s fans go berserk. A WSC Avant Bard world premiere, Nero/Pseudo is a hot mash-up of ancient history, glam rock, and the politics of celebrity. Book and lyrics by Richard Byrne, original music by Jim Elkington (Zincs, Horse’s Ha) and Jon Langford (Mekons, Waco Brothers).
Button entitles patron to $15 tickets. Tickets may be purchased in advance online, or over the phone at 866.811.4111, as well as at the door. Button must be presented at the venue to redeem.Get Tickets →
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