FallFRINGE Hosts Contemporary Performance Lineup, 11/2
Fall into fun this November with outstanding entertainment from DC's funkiest autumn festival, fallFRINGE.
fallFRINGE is a live performing arts festival that gathers the best talent from past summer Capital Fringe Festivals. This year, fallFRINGE welcomes back seven returning sell-out shows from the 2013 summer festival; and six production companies that participated in previous Capital Fringe Festivals are creating brand-new, contemporary performances. And, Fort Fringe will be lit up with two indoor bars and three indoor theatres.
Fringe fans are invited to get soulful at the free opening party, the first weekend of fallFRINGE with live bands, DJs and an All-Souls-Pot-Luck on November 2nd at 8pm till 2am.
2013 fallFRINGE Highlights
Thirteen creative Fringe productions - a full schedule along with show synopses, can be found on the Fringe website.
Fort Fringe: The Shop, Redrum and Bedroom; 607 New York Ave., NW; Washington, DC 20001
fallFRINGE: Saturday, November 1 - Sunday, November 17, 2013
Opening Weekend Party: Saturday, November 1; 9:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m.
Tickets cost $20 or $15 with a 2013 Fringe button. Tickets can be bought online atCapitalFringe.org
or by phone at 1.866.811.4111 or at the Fort Fringe box office: 607 New York Ave., NW; Washington, DC 20001
fallFRINGE direct link: https://www.capitalfringe.org/fallfringe-2013/welcome
Capital Fringe website: http://www.CapitalFringe.org
Online pressroom: https://www.capitalfringe.org/about/press-room
Publicity photos from each production can be found on the show's individual page at
Members of the media who would like to review shows or need more information about Capital Fringe should contact Laura Gross at email@example.com or
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Capital Fringe is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in the summer of 2005 with the purpose of infusing energy into performing arts in the Washington, DC region through our annual Fringe Festival and year-round Fringe Training Factory. Our mission is to connect exploratory artists with adventurous audiences by creating outlets and spaces for creative, cutting-edge, and contemporary performance in the District.
Capital Fringe is made possible by: DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, Nora Roberts Foundation, Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, Weissburg Foundation, Share Fund of the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, MARPAT Foundation, PNC Bank, Community Fork Lift, Tenleytown Trash, Douglas Development, The Washington Post Company, Fringe Board of Directors and the Fringe Family of Donors.