Special two-show deal tonight at DCAC!

Posted August 7, 2010 by thewashingtonrogues
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See EIGHT a second time for just five bucks! Anyone who sees tonight’s 7:30 PM show at DCAC can show their program at the box office and see the 10PM show for just five dollars! Did you see EIGHT at the fringe, or anytime this week? The deal still counts for you! Come see what you missed and experience a whole new night of theater for one low price! Call 202-462-7833 to reserve seats! Our 7:30 show is almost sold out!


Happy birthday to Megan “Mona” Graves! EIGHT opens at the DC Arts Center TONIGHT.

Posted August 5, 2010 by thewashingtonrogues
Categories: Eight

The extension of Ella Hickson’s EIGHT begins tonight with a special Pay-What-You-Can performance! Tonight at 7:30 PM!

See the Rogues in action: a video interview with the cast and crew of EIGHT!

Posted August 4, 2010 by thewashingtonrogues
Categories: Eight

We recently sat down with The Washington City Paper’s Chris Klimek. Insights and hilarity ensued.

By sheer coincidence it is also the esteemed Mr. Klimek’s birthday! And what’s this? It’s ALSO Joe “Danny” Thornhill’s birthday? Auspicious!

Kevin M. Costello as “Jude”

Posted August 3, 2010 by thewashingtonrogues
Categories: Eight

Quite frankly, we here at the Rogues aren’t sure if this photo was taken “in character” or not.

Introducing Dawn Collet as “Bobby”

Posted July 30, 2010 by thewashingtonrogues
Categories: Eight

Second in a series of (you guessed it) eight.:

Cheap Theatre Alert! Special Ticket Deals for the DC Arts Center run of EIGHT!

Posted July 29, 2010 by thewashingtonrogues
Categories: Eight

Committed to our mission to bring more affordable theater to Washington, D.C. the Rogues are offering the following discounts for our two-weekend run at DCAC! All discounts are only valid at the door! Call 202-462-7833 to reserve seats.


  • Bring your Button! $10 dollar tickets for anyone wearing a 2010 Capital Fringe Festival button!
  • $10 tickets with a student ID!
  • Pay-what-you-can Thursday night performances!
  • See the show again for MEGA cheap.  If you enjoy the show at DCAC, and want to come back for more, we’ll make it easy! Bring your program or ticket and see the show again for just $5.00! This offer valid on our two-show Saturday nights!

LocationDCAC – 2438 18th Street NW, Washington DC 20009

Dates and Times: August 5-14 Thursdays and Fridays at 7:30 PM, Saturdays at 7:30 PM and 10:00 PM.

More information at http://www.dcartscenter.org/event.htm#Theater


Posted July 22, 2010 by thewashingtonrogues
Categories: Eight

Editor’s Pick! “Hickson sketches with confidence and power.”The Washington Post

Five Stars! “Brilliant! Ella Hickson’s writing is terrific.”DC Theater Scene

After amazing and overwhelming audience and critical response, the show goes on!  Come see the Fringe hit everybody’s talking about for the first time, or come back for a whole new experience! The Rogues aren’t done with DC yet!

Adored by critics and audiences, EIGHT is unlike anything Washington audiences have ever seen. Fresh off sell-out houses at the Capital Fringe Festival, The Washington Rogues bring this unique theatrical event to the DC Arts Center in Adams Morgan. Same great cast. Same brilliant writing. Now with air conditioning!

From a ballot of eight potential performances, audience members must each choose one. The top four chosen are then performed in a one-of-a-kind theatrical collage, creating a unique experience for audience and cast alike—because nobody knows what the next monologue will be until the moment it’s chosen. Electrified, invigorated Fringe audiences clamored to see more. For two weekends in August, now they can!

EIGHT information:

LocationDCAC – 2438 18th Street NW, Washington DC 20009

Dates and Times: August 5-14

Thursdays and Fridays at 7:30 PM, Saturdays at 7:30 PM and 10:00 PM.

Tickets: $15/ $10 DCAC Members or for any patron wearing a 2010 Fringe Button.

For reservations call DCAC at 202-462-7833

Director: Ryan S. Taylor

Playwright: Ella Hickson

Cast:  Frank Britton (Andre), Kevin M. Costello (Jude), Dawn Collet (Bobby), Megan Graves (Mona), Rachel Manteuffel (Millie), Jay Saunders (Miles), Joseph Thornhill (Danny), Ali Walton (Astrid)

Stage Manager: Erin Glasspatrick

Lighting and Set Design: Kevin Kirkpatrick

Sound Design: Elisheba Ittoop

Costume Design: Jesse Shipley


Founded in 2008, The Washington Rogues are a daring new performing arts collective dedicated to showcasing new and exciting works with an emphasis on political and social commentary. With a strong Do-It-Yourself aesthetic, The Rogues are able to create first-rate theater on a minimal budget. We pride ourselves on offering opportunities to young, exciting artists as they begin and develop their careers in the nation’s capital.

Press inquiries: Please e-mail washingtonrogues@gmail.com.