Miss A Columnist

Amanda Pelletieris a native of Boston, who has always had lofty dreams of saving the world with a cape and a nice tiara, but until then she continues to pursue degrees in theatre and public relations at American University. Amanda has been inspired by the arts since her grandmother introduced her to Bizet’s Carmen at five-years-old. She received her training from Boston-based acting coach Debra Crosby and the world famous Stagedoor Manor in NY. When not glued to her Blackberry or running out the door to her internships, Amanda enjoys frequenting local museums, going to the opera, ballet, poetry readings, and the theatre. Amanda believes that high art should be accessible to everyone and she will cover events that even broke college students such as herself can attend.

Capital Fringe Festival Preview

Capital Fringe Festival is synonymous with cutting edge and experimental theatre. As the only major non-jury, self-producing, open-access festival in the Washington, DC area, the Capital Fringe Festival is an annual showcase of contemporary productions. Following in the traditions of other festivals (such as the prominent Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Capital Fringe prides itself on presenting exploratory artists and performances to audiences willing to take risks.

On Friday, July 6th the Capital Fringe Festival will preview 30 of their over 134 productions on Friday, July 6. This year’s preview will be emceed by Lionell Thomas– a stand up comedian by night and executive director of the D.C. Commission of the Arts and Humanities by day.

Image Credit: Capital Fringe Festival

In addition to the sneak preview of the performances, there is bliss to be had at the Fort Fringe under the Baldacchino Gypsy Tent Bar. Fringe fans can enjoy table service at the sidewalk café while dining on fresh tapas and drinks along with entertainment and catching the latest buzz about all the Fringe performances.

WHEN: Friday, July 6. Preview starts at 8 p.m.

The Baldacchino Gypsy Tent Bar – Fort Fringe
607 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, DC  20001
Metro stops: Mt. Vernon Square and Gallery Place.

TICKETS: Friday’s preview is free and open to the public. To purchase this year’s Fringe Festival Buttons, visit the official website.

Related Articles:

Fatal error: Uncaught Exception: 190: Error validating application. Application has been deleted. (190) thrown in /home/askmissa/public_html/wp-content/plugins/seo-facebook-comments/facebook/base_facebook.php on line 1273