After hundreds of performances in just under three weeks, Washington DC's Capital Fringe Festival, the only major unjuried, self-producing, open-access festival in the DC area, has come to a close with the reveal of the annual Audience Choice Awards. Presented on July 28, the last day of the festival, seven productions were recognized in six categories.
The winners of the awards are as follows:
Best Comedy — The D.C. State Players Presents Agamemnon (D.C. State Players)
Best Drama — Tell-Tale (Grain of Sand Theatre)
Best Musical Theatre & Opera — The Young Wife by Katarzyna Brochocka (Unmanned Stagecraft Productions)
Best Dance and Physical Theatre — A Guide to Dancing Naked (Brynn Tucker)
Best Overall Show in the 2013 Summer Festival — One Night in New York! (Belle Époque Productions and the New Musical Foundation)
Director's Award — The Clocks (Not a Robot Theatre Co.) and Disco Jesus and the Apostles of Funk (Disco Jesus Productions)
Click here to read TheaterMania's interview with Capital Fringe Artistic Director Julianne Brienza.
For additional statistics about the 2013 festival, click here.