22 Boom! a part of the 11th Annual Capital Fringe Festival July 7 – 31, 2016, 8 Actors. 70 Minutes. 23 Plays. Boom!
WASHINGTON, D.C.—This fast moving, actor swapping, genre spanning, short play bonanza makes the theatre you demand – performed in the style of Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, with a new play written every night! 8 actors. 24 plays. 70 minutes. BOOM!
Written by Miranda Rose Hall
Directed by Renana Fox
Produced by Nu Sass Productions
National Museum of Women in the Arts*
1250 New York Ave NW
Washington, DC 20005
Metro Stop: Metro Center (Red, Blue, Orange, or Silver Lines)
Bus routes 80, G8, S2, S4, X2, D6, D3, 68, D1, and 42 to the corner of H and 13th Streets, NW
*Theater venue located on the fifth floor
Thursday, July 14th – 6:00 PM
Saturday, July 16th – 1:45 PM
Sunday, July 17th – 12:15 PM
Saturday, July 23rd – 12:15 PM
Sunday, July 24th – 1:45 PM
Tickets & Passes:
Where capitalfringe.org or by calling 866-811-4111
About Nu Sass Productions
Nu Sass Productions strives to encourage women in all aspects of theater, especially in those roles traditionally dominated by men. Nu Sass seeks to offer women opportunities to expand the roles they take on in the theater and try new things. Nu Sass explores how putting female actors into roles originally written for men can change the overall experience for the audience. Above all, Nu Sass aims to create engaging, thought-provoking art while being a responsible local and global citizen.
Nu Sass Productions was founded by Aubri O’Connor and Emily Todd in 2009. Past productions include: Nu Drafts (Spring 2016); Stone Tape Party: The Remix (Winter 2016); No Exit (Small Batch Audience Series (SBAS), Fall 2015); The Paper Game (Capital Fringe 2015); A Bright Room Called Day (SBAS, Spring 2015); Stone Tape Party (Capital Fringe 2014, Winner Best Comedy, Winner Best Overall Show); 43 and ½: The Greatest Deaths of Shakespeare’s Tragedies (Capital Fringe & Fall Fringe 2013); Socky Horror Puppet Show (2013); Tent of Dreams: An Occuplay (Capital Fringe 2012; The Yippie Cafe, Manhattan 2012; Fall Fringe 2012); Into the Woods: In Concert (2012); Priscilla Dreams the Answer (Capital Fringe 2011 – Winner: Best Comedy); Cavers (Capital Fringe & Fall Fringe 2010); Art (2010); and Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (Capital Fringe 2009). www.nusass.org / @Nu_Sass / Facebook.com/Nusass
Our Artistic Director is Aubri O’Connor. Our Resident Director is Angela Kay Pirko. Our Associate Producer is Clare Shaffer. Our Production Manager is Becky Mezzanotte. Our Director Emeritus is Emily Todd.
About Capital Fringe
At Capital Fringe, our focus is on expanding audience’s appetites for independent theatre, music, art, dance and unclassifiable forms of live performance and visual art. Capital Fringe is a catalyst for cultural and community development, and a destination that brings artists and audiences together. Capital Fringe thrives on amplifying the vibrancy of DC’s independent arts community and enriches the lives of those who reside, work and visit here.
As a non-profit business Capital Fringe is made possible by: Reva and David Logan Foundation, Nora Roberts Foundation, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, The City Fund, Dallas Morse Coors Foundation, Prince Charitable Trust, Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, Share Fund of the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, MARPAT Foundation, DC Public Library Foundation, PNC Bank, Fringe Board of Directors and Fringe individual donors and members.