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Thursday, July 26, 2018

Review: Ghosts at Capital Fringe by Alison Daniels

I freaking love a good ghost story. The best ones have me simultaneously on the edge of my seat and shoving my body back into the couch, hiding my face while watching through my fingers beca…

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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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