DEAD DOG'S BONE: a birthday play
Equal parts irreverent and heartbreaking, Dead Dog’s Bone is a family drama about loving people you have nothing in common with, the melancholia of birthdays, and the goodness of dogs.
Written By: Veronica Tjioe
Directed By: Mara Sherman
Caos on F
923 F St NW
March 22 — April 14
Evening showtimes: Thursday —Saturday @ 8PM
Matinee showtimes: Sundays @ 2PM
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50 WAYS TO DATE YOUR AUBREY
A polyamorous cis-bi pragmatist actor gave an anti-romantic cis-het realist playwright creative license to tell a (mostly) real life story about looking for love in ALL the places. What resulted is an incomplete guide to dating your Aubrey.
Join us for a one-woman tragic comedy about fucking up, jezebels, ethical non-monogamy, and all other things love.
Premiers in the 2018 Capital Fringe Festival
Written by Danny Rovin (Stone Tape Party)
Directed by Lynn Sharp Spears
Starring Aubri O'Connor
Artistic support from Charles Lasky, Danny Rovin, and Moriah Whiteman
A female Marine returns home from deployment in Afghanistan to begin planning her wedding. While being tormented by her controlling sister and mother, she fights against the ghosts she’s returned with from her experience overseas.
Written By: Hope Villanueva
Directed By: Angela Kay Pirko
Anacostia Arts Center
1231 Good Hope Rd SE
February 15th – March 4th
Evening showtimes: Wednesday Through Monday @ 8PM
Matinee showtimes: [Closing Weekend] Saturday & Sunday @ 3PM