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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Capital Fringe review: DancEthos by Arielle Ostry

Few things in life are genuinely unexplainable. One of those is undoubtedly modern dance. You may not make a habit of visiting intimate black box theaters to see premieres by small, relative…

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Thursday, July 26, 2018

Review: A View From My Backyard at Capital Fringe by Arielle Ostry

It may be a bit strange, but the feeling of shaving cream always reminds me of when I was little. As a toddler, I was a lot to handle. I would draw on the walls, run around the house like a …

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Review: How to Fall in Love on a Warming Planet at Capital Fringe by Arielle Ostry

Calling all vegans, tree-huggers, and activism junkies: I have found the perfect Capital Fringe show for you! How to Fall in Love on a Warming Planet is a casual concert celebrating activism…

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Review: up your aesthetic at Capital Fringe by Arielle Ostry

When I saw the oversized, rectangular dominos interspersed among the chairs lining up your aesthetic.‘s circular stage, I knew that this was surely an omen for an up-close and personal…

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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Review: Through the Wall at Capital Fringe by Arielle Ostry

We are all cautious by design. When faced with a life-changing decision, there is a moment of hesitation – our hearts race as we face an infinite number of thoughts compounded by a sim…

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Sunday, July 15, 2018

Review: Musical Therapy at Capital Fringe by Arielle Ostry

Musical Therapy is a laugh-a-minute from start to finish, starring some pretty dysfunctional relationships influenced by an even more exceedingly dysfunctional therapist. Although it feature…

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Friday, July 13, 2018

Review: Isadora Duncan: Landscapes of the Soul at Capital Fringe by Arielle Ostry

You know when you are watching Isadora Duncan’s work. Her technique, created over a century ago, is easily recognizable. With parading skips, subtle gestures and a wide emotional vocab…

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