Incurable

Incurable

Incurable

*WORLD PREMIERE AT CAPITAL FRINGE FESTIVAL 2011* 
produced by Wayward Theatre and Flying V

Curator Dale Prewett is finally ready to date again- or he would be, if he didn’t have a host of psychological hang-ups, a painfully oblivious not-girlfriend, and a mysterious new disease that defies diagnosis. Now sex ninjas are hunting him, Oscar Wilde is his unwanted wingman, and a Utopian civilization is living in his pants. What can one man with nothing but a samurai sword do in a world full of chatty STDs and existential loneliness? One whole heck of a lot.

by *Seamus Sullivan
directed by *Michael Saltzman
starring Mia Branco, Genevieve James, Ben Kingsland, *Seamus Sullivan, and*Aviva Pressman.

Production & Design:
Lex Davis (Fight Choreographer), Jewell Fears (Production Manager), Stephanie P. Freed (Lighting), *Chelsea Kerl (Costume),  Andrea “Dre” Moore (Props), and Wade Tandy (Sound).

Graphic design by Ben Nolan.

*Flying V Company Members

This production was presented as a part of the 2011 Capital Fringe Festival.
A program of the Washington, DC non-profit Capital Fringe.

About Capital Fringe Festival
Capital Fringe is a nonprofit organization founded in the summer of 2005 with the purpose of infusing energy into performing arts in the Washington, DC region through our yearly Fringe Festival and year-round Fringe Training Factory. Our mission is to connect exploratory artists with adventurous audiences by creating outlets and spaces for creative, cutting-edge, and contemporary performance in the District. Capital Fringe’s vital programs ensure the growth and continued health of the local and regional performing arts community by helping artists become independent producers while stimulating the vibrant cultural landscape in our city.

Capital Fringe is supported by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, the Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, Corina Higginson Trust, Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, Weissburg Foundation, Dreyfus Foundation, PEPCO Holdings, MARPAT, Washington Post Company, PNC Bank, WAMU as well as invaluable support from our Fringe Family of Donors.