Some offerings from the Fringe

July 16, 2006|By MARY CAROLE MCCAULEY

The weird, the wacky and the wonderful - the inaugural Capital Fringe Festival will have 'em all. Below is performance information for some shows in the 11-day extravaganza.

Dis/Appearing isn't your children's puppet theater. Betsy Rosen of Lost and Found Puppeteers uses gauze and fabric creations to explore such themes as the ennui of daily life, and fantasy vs. reality. July 21-25.

Frida Vice-Versa. Actress Marian Licha performs a one-woman show about the fiery Mexican painter, who survived a bout with polio, a crippling accident and the infidelities of husband Diego Rivera to create some of the most memorable art of the 20th century. July 21-29.

Poe at the Willard. Actor David Keltz performs a one-man show with excerpts from Poe's essays, humor, poems and short stories. The performance will include selections from his little-known romantic comedy The Spectacles to his masterwork The Raven. July 23.

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