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Capital Fringe will begin its 10th local festival this week, bringing its brand of edgy art to the region from a new headquarters in the District. The new ground zero for Fringe is an arts space off the H Street NE corridor in D.C. Join Kojo as he talks with the driving force behind the event – and artists participating, including an actor portraying the activist Stokely Carmichael.
- Julianne Brienza Capital Fringe Festival Director and Co-Founder
- Meshaun Labrone Actor and Playwright of "POWER! Stokely Carmichael"
- Jessica Bylander Playwright of "Ambien Date Night"
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