Wednesday, July 6, 2011

2011 Capital Fringe Festival (with nuts & puppets!)

Ever since Clockwork closed, I've been engulfed in the force that is Capital Fringe. Although it's made for a pretty hectic few weeks, I'm proud to say I'll be making my performance debut this year at Fringe in not just one but TWO shows!

Oh, and both of the performance venues have air-conditioning! :)

I Like Nuts! (the Musical) is an irreverent comedy about a young man's journey to learn "the knowledge of the nut." Part SNL-comedy, part educational, and mostly full of double-entendres, this show returns to Fringe in the silliest way possible.

"I Like Nuts! (the Musical)"
at the Studio Theatre's Mead Theatre, 1501 14th Street NW, DC (venue map)

Join Horatio, a Robot, a Pirate, a Vampire and two Squirrels on a quest for the knowledge of the nut. Quirky & packed with all the Norwegian fish balls you can stomach. Back, bigger, better but mostly just a little longer. Runtime: 90 minutes

July 7th 8:30 pm
July 12th 10 pm
July 16th 12 pm
July 19th 9:30 pm
July 24th 2 pm

BUY TICKETS ONLINE or call 866-811-4111

Pascal's Aquarium showcases a collection of aquatic puppet beings who sing, swim, and sass their newfound crustacean friend out of his shell. But what happens when the lobster gets cocky? A world premiere musical, Pascal's Aquarium brings adult humor and wit to a seemingly kid-friendly genre. I've had the pleasure of working again with fellow friend, Eric Brooks of the Puppet Co. on this show and am stoked to see how it unfolds.

"Pascal's Aquarium: An Aquatic Musical"

at the Mountain at Mount Vernon United Methodist Church, 900 Massachusetts Ave. NW, DC (venue map)

Witness the miraculous transformation of a purply-blue fuzzy lobster! Augustine must learn about life before transcending his environment. Experience a 12 puppet musical in an upscale restaurant fish tank. Submerge yourself in the sounds of The Mighty Heard! Runtime: 60 minutes - *contains profanity*

July 8th 8:30 pm
July 9th 3 pm
July 15th 10:30 pm
July 17th 7:15 pm

BUY TICKETS ONLINE or call 866-811-4111

In order to gain full admission to a Fringe show, you need to have a Fringe button ($7) as well as a ticket ($17). The Fringe button need only be purchased once. By clicking the dates and times below, you can purchase tickets directly from the CapFringe website.

Happy Fringe-ing!


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