BLIND PUG ARTS COLLECTIVE PRESENTS

THE THEATRE OF SELF-LOATHING

PRESENTS WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOLF?

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A burgeoning theatre company from eastern Europe brings its revolutionary new movement - the Theatre of Self-Loathing - to Washington, DC. Their abrasive satire is an introspective, meta-theatrical exploration of why we hate and love to hate art. 

2015 Capital Fringe Festival 

Devised with Blind Pug Arts Collective

Dir. Jonelle Walker

Reviews

"The genius of ... The Theatre of Self-Loathing ... is that it is irreverent without being degrading, referential without being obtuse, and, ultimately, a grand time for anyone who has ever loved the theatre."

- Jessica Pearson, DC THEATRE SCENE

"[A] romp through all the pretensions and idiocies of the theatrical avant-garde .... It’s a blast.  It’s the perfect evening of inside baseball, theatre-style." 

- Andrew White, MARYLAND THEATRE GUIDE

"The combination of visual elements and verbal gymnastics is strikingly original .... For the theatrically adventurous, and that’s what the Fringe is all about, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf? is cause for celebration."

- Sophia Howes, DC METRO THEATRE ARTS

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