"Occupy"-Themed Cabaret Featuring the Music of Harold Arlen and Irving Berlin
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The last date listed for Arlen & Berlin Occupy The Fringe was Monday July 23, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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Washington Improv Theater puts you in the holiday spirit -- hilariously --with Seasonal Disorder. Functional families, dysfunctional clans, close-knit kin and distant relations alike will enjoy this holiday improv extravaganza that features a brand new set of characters in each performance. Bring your quirky family to Source to meet WIT's equally weird brood. From your oddball uncle to your distant cousin, improv is a something everyone can enjoy. And the Washington Post has called WIT "some of the most exciting live entertainment in Washington." Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
- Check out a clip of the Harold Arlen classic "Over the Rainbow" from Arlen & Berlin Occupy the Fringe!
Don't miss the amazing songs of Harold Arlen and Irving Berlin. The In Series’ imaginative cabaret highlights the continuing impact of their songs on the American consciousness. The six characters in Arlen & Berlin Occupy the Fringe! find themselves in DC’s Freedom Plaza, and they begin to share their worries about money and jobs, romance and lost love.
Directors: Abel Lopez & Angelisa Gillyard
Script: Bari Biern
Musical Director: Stanley Thurston
Jazz Saxophone: Marshal Keys
Cast: Lew Freeman, Tammy Roberts, Gregory Stuart, Leslie Vincent, Pam Ward
About the Ticket Supplier: In Series
The In Series Inc is a non-profit corporation dedicated to exploring our country's shared cultural heritage through the performing arts, by presenting affordable performances in a variety of artistic disciplines and genres, emphasizing a musical core. Programming is designed to appeal to a broad and diverse range of artistic interests within the community. A special focus is presenting and nurturing the multi-talented and accomplished performers from the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.