The Capital Fringe Festival continues its July Festival performances. Capital Fringe Festival is the only major unjuried, self-producing, open-access Festival in the Washington, DC area and occurs in July each year. The Fringe Festival provides all artists, whether new or established, a venue to express and develop their talents and artistic visions in total freedom.
One of the events is MatchGame DC - where area celebrities have agreed to sit on the answer panels for a live version of the classic TV Game Show presented live on stage. Proceeds to benefit 3 local charities: Food & Friends, The DC Film Alliance and The Washington Literacy Council. Our Tim Tate is one of the artists performing in the silly, naughty fun. Go see Match Game DC, no matter how you feel about game shows, DC celebrities, or improv-based, audience participation-filled semi-theater, because in the end, it supports three really important causes.Where:Studio Theater, 1501 14th Street NW, Washington DC
When:Saturday, July 23rd, at 9 p.m & Sunday, July 24th, at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets: $17 and can be bought online at capitalfringe.org
More info on MatchGameDC - click HERE.
The 100 Washington, DC Artists book should be available at most DMV area bookstores very soon and a book release party will be held this Saturday, July 23rd at Conner Contemporary in DC. The book release party is by invitation only, so please RSVP to email@example.com if you'd like to be added to the invite list or RSVP on Facebook here. Most of the artists will be there, so this is your chance to get your copy signed by them. You can bring your own copy or a very limited number of books will be available for sale at the party. The book is also available online at the usual sites (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Target, etc.) or directly from the publisher. If you want to support your local bookstore, you can have them order it for you here.
Book Details ISBN: 9780764337789
Size: 8 1/2 x 11 Illustrations: 735+ images
Pages: 224 Binding: Hard Cover
Conner Contemporary Art
1358 Florida Ave, NE, Washington, DC
Date: Saturday, July 23, from 3-5 PM