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Here’s Capital Fringe’s New Home in Trinidad

1358-1360 Florida Ave, NE

Back in June we learned that Capital Fringe was moving from Mt. Vernon Square to Trinidad. Their website says:

“Phase one’s tentative plan is to build a black box theatre on the first floor and one rehearsal space on the second floor (with 24-hour access). We plan to start theatre and musical performances, along with a bar, come January and to operate through the 2015 Festival. Plans for a larger Phase two build-out are in the works, but will not materialize until the necessary funds are in place to break ground.”

Looking forward to the next Fringe Festival – their liquor license transfer says:

“Seating capacity of 350 and total occupancy load of 350. Summer Garden with 100 seats.”


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