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Capital Fringe Festival

Now in its eighth year, the Capital Fringe Festival is underway, with more than 130 shows in venues across D.C., featuring performers from around the block and around the world. The festival welcomes the experimental and the untested, with a smorgasbord of performances that includes everything from musical theater to spoken word poetry. We get highlights from the festival and speak with some of the performers.

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