Play Cupid at Capital Fringe: Show Information

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Buy tickets to Play Cupid at Capital Fringe FestivalPLAY CUPID
, an original theatrical event where you play matchmaker and discover how your pairings work out, will have its world premiere at the 2016 Capital Fringe Festival.

Tickets are AVAILABLE HERE.  See below* for ticketing policy and cost information.

The runtime is one hour. We are proud to have been selected for the Capital Fringe Extension Week, and we have one additional performance for anyone who missed us during the regular run!

Thursday July 28th, 8:00pm

Play Cupid‘s extension show will be performed at Upstairs – Logan Fringe Arts Space, 1358 Florida Ave NE, Washington, DC, 20002. (This is around the corner from the Atlas where our previous showings were.)

The show is for adults only.

The Logan Fringe Arts Space, with its attached Fringe bar, is just off H Street near Capitol Hill. While there is no Metro stop nearby, there is free streetcar service from Union Station on the Red Line. Metered street parking available until 10pm Monday-Saturday, free on Sunday and after 10pm, and some free parking available in surrounding neighborhoods.

Play Cupid stars Elizabeth Hansen, Allyson Harkey, Klenn Harrigan, Niusha Nawab, and Kara Turner, and is emceed by writer/director Brett Steven Abelman.

*Ticketing at Capital Fringe is a simple two-stop processs. Each attendee needs to buy a Fringe Button as general admission to the festival – after that, individual show tickets are $17. The Button is $7.

There are also multi-show package deals available, which reduce the price per-ticket to $15, $13, $11 or less the larger the package you buy – check them out here.


Capital Fringe logo

This production is presented as a part of the 2016 Capital Fringe Festival, a program of the Washington, DC non-profit Capital Fringe.

Top of page image: five people hoping you choose them, and the video game-esque Controller of Love logo, credit Sonia Zamborsky.
Middle of page image: Capital Fringe logo.
Cover image: empty theatre seats, credit here.