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Sunday, July 15, 2018

Review: The Unaccompanied Minor at Capital Fringe by Alison Daniels

Actor Elan Zafir only sees his son four times a year. You will never forget this fact after you see The Unaccompanied Minor. Each time he reminded me, I could see a little bit of the pain un…

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Friday, July 13, 2018

Fringe bingers – best drinks and eats before and after shows on the Wharf by Alison Daniels

If you had told me when I got a job as a hostess/busser at a small local restaurant in high school that 15 years later I would have made a career of working in restaurants, I would have laug…

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Thursday, July 12, 2018

Review: Burn Out Blessings at Capital Fringe by Alison Daniels

FREE CAKE!! And now that I’ve grabbed your attention – Burn Out Blessings has a lot less to do with teaching and a LOT more to do with sex than I expected from its brief Capital Frin…

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Review: Show Business 201 at Capital Fringe by Alison Daniels

It’s the Mr. Darcy/Elizabeth Bennett proposal scene! But – what if Mr. Darcy were directing a play about a butterfly catcher and his prey, and instead of wanting to MARRY Elizabeth, …

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Monday, July 9, 2018

Review: The Vandal, Capital Fringe Festival by Alison Daniels

As long as there have been buses, there have been men trying to talk to women at bus stops. Or at least I assume that’s the case. But sometimes the man is just a boy, and the boy is just t…

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