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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. We get highlights from the festival and speak with some of the performers.

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'The Book Of Morman' Tickets Selling Fast In D.C.

Those who are ticketless and hoping to see the popular musical "The Book of Morman," may still have a chance.

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Puppets: The Next Big Thing In Theater?

Puppetry is showing up at theaters all over the Washington region, and it's not the sort you'd find at a kid's birthday party.

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Forum Theatre's 'The T Party' Celebrates D.C.'s Transgender Community

Gender transformation is the inspiration behind "The T Party": a world-premiere play opening this month at Silver Spring's Forum Theatre.

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Ballet Russes

Though few outside the ballet world here know his name,Serge Diaghilev revolutionized dance and music with the Ballet Russes, a radically modern dance company he created in the early 20th century.

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For Hannibal & Co., A Horrifying New Stage

One Los Angeles performer has played Dr. Hill in Re-Animator, Hannibal Lecter in Silence of the Lambs, and now Father Merrin in The Exorcist. Did we mention he sings opera, too?
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Please Text And Tweet During This Theater Performance

A play that encourages the audience to keep its phones on, take photos and live-tweet the characters onstage. "All it really did was give me a chance to check my email during the show," contributor Noah Nelson writes.
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Disruptive Broadway Audiences Master Stage Whisper

Cell phone rings. Loud talking. Candy wrappers crinkling. Even fights in the aisles. Have Broadway audiences gotten ruder?
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"Veep" Creator Armando Iannucci

Kojo chats with satirist and writer Armando Iannucci, who most recently has been lampooning Washington's political culture through the HBO program "Veep."

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