Tuesday, July 26, 2011

On the Fringe

Just down the street from Lux and the DC Eagle is the headquarters for DC's Fringe Festival that just wrapped up over the weekend. Every summer, the festival brings together actors, dancers, puppeteers, and poets, giving them a place to perform and an audience enthusiastic about performing arts. As the name suggests, these are often experimental, uncensored performances that don't always fit into mainstream theatre. The festival program always indicates which shows aren't recommended for children, which are more of the PG-13 variety, and which are for all ages.

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