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  • Highlights – July 22

    Artapedia Highlights In July, we primarily covered Fringe, but we also shined a spotlight on a special DC arts educator. Elizabeth Bruce’s Theatrical Journey “Just as policymakers are considering a new…

  • Fat Kids are Harder to Kidnap reviewed

    If you’ve seen Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind—the innovative devised theater work by Chicago-based company Neo-Futurists—then in a significant way you have already seen Fat Kids are Harder…

  • Elephant in the Room at the Capital Fringe Festival

    Elephant in the Room reviewed

    There is an ancient Indian story that tells the tale of blind men unknowingly encountering an elephant. Based on which part of the elephant they touch, each man proposes that the…

  • Elizabeth Bruce’s Theatrical Journey

    A phone rings. The voice on the other end reports that there’s an emergency: a teddy bear has broken its leg and needs to see a doctor right away. Thankfully, the…

  • 2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Hunt’

    Jean P. Bordewich’s political drama Hunt turns back the clock to a divisive time in American politics – the early 1950s of Joseph McCarthy – but the characters and issues resonate…

  • 2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Concrete Devotion’

    Fringe performances tend to fall into one of the following categories: shows that make you cringe, shows that make you feel, or shows that make you think. Concrete Devotion, from well-established…