A well-paced dramatic comedy about a pop-up pot shop in Mt. Pleasant.
A riveting relationship drama, a remarkably moving parable about the components of human connection.
An optimistic and funny solo performance that brings us together around the artist's loss and pain.
A show true to its name: a group of friends have a karaoke party and sing about the highs and lows of pandemic life and the state of the world.
A gripping 45-minute solo show that captures Arab–Israeli tensions with compassion and a touch of humor.
A debut play based on real events performed by top-notch DC talent.
The funny, moving, and memorable story of one man's childhood in 1980s Pennsylvania.
A hilarious, heartfelt, and heartbreaking show based on the performers' childhood relationships with their mothers.
Virtuoso solo storytelling about the cycle of family violence, with a script and performance even more stunning than the play's Fringe debut four years ago.
An intimate window into the consciousness of a young individual who dies shortly after their college graduation and then is inexplicably resurrected.
The story of a woman who considers herself an atheist and who is courted by two men who expect her to convert to their religion.
Eight first-rate storytellers share entertaining and personal stories about their relationship to their bodies.
A tantalizing “what if?”: a dramatized thought experiment about the interpersonal consequences of human cloning.
First up from Voices Festival Productions — led by Ari Roth and A. Lorraine Robinson — is 'The Gate' at Capital Fringe, followed by a residency at Woolly.
You won’t even notice you’re off-Broadway with this mini concert.
Diana Veiga is one hell of a storyteller. The performance feels like a conversation with an especially funny friend.
'Indie theater at its finest.'
'Find what you love and make sure it kills you.'
A queer immigrant story about 'loss, pain, and the quest for forgiveness.'
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