Making a mockery of our ridiculous world.
A film actor reflects on his showbiz career and what could have been.
A quirky heartwarming story about grief and road trips.
This 65-minute adaptation is all bravery, brevity, and levity.
Realism and camp abound in this uplifting play celebrating Black women power.
A young woman explores her relationship with her father, perfectionism, and risk.
Traditional Indonesian puppetry is beautifully juxtaposed with current events.
A veteran comedian and genuinely nice guy brings more than 'Big Dad Energy' to Fringe.
A vulnerable, experimental solo performance that finds oddly profound moments of meaning in the nothingness of life.
A deeply moving, uniquely intimate, and spiritual exploration of sexuality.
Dramatic comedy by a skin cancer survivor is theater advocacy at full tilt.
A touching and well-crafted solo drama delivered with pathos and sincerity.
A provocative solo performance that explores histories of racialized filth and cleanliness.
A tour-de-force of turning tragedy into comedy.
First-time playwright brings little-known DC historical tragedy to life.
Acting performances shine in this psychological drama set in DC high society.
At the intersection of self-acceptance and self-deception lies a new musical about lost love.
One woman with multiple voices offers her quirks, traumas, and terrors as tribute to the gods of Comedy.
Compelling retelling of the Watergate scandal from the point of view of one of its most colorful characters.
This quickly-paced and entertaining act features 'sex, drugs, and magic tricks.'
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