We are so excited to share this world premiere of Codependent as part of the Capital Fringe Festival in Washington, D.C. Visit our event page to find out more about our show as part of the festival, and don’t forget to check out the other productions while you’re there!

If you plan on seeing more than one show, consider buying a ticket pass to save money on multiple shows. Learn more at .

While we will receive a portion of the ticket sales, we won’t see any of these funds until a month after our show closes, and that will most likely only cover our initial festival fees. Head on over to the Support page to learn more about how to help us produce the show at the level of excellence we strive for.


Thursday, July 11th at 8:15pm – – – Buy Tickets for July 11th

Tuesday, July 16th at 6:15pm – – –Buy Tickets for July 16th

Sunday, July 21st at 6:45pm – – – Buy Tickets for July 21st

Thursday, July 25th at 5:45pm – – – Buy Tickets for July 25th

* Saturday, July 27th at 2:15pm – – – Buy Tickets for July 27th

*There will be a closing night party after this performance!


The Dove
St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church
555 Water Street SW
Washington, DC 20024

On all festival marketing and information, our venue will be referred to as The Dove and represented by this blue bird symbol.

The closest Metro is Waterfront Station on the Green line

More shows to see!

Check out some of the other shows that will be part of the Capital Fringe Festival. We’ve partnered with these women-led shows because we think you’d love them. Click on the images to learn more!

Office of the Speaker

“Office of the Speaker” asks “How much do your dreams cost you?” as we follow Abigail, a young, progressive teacher who wants to write and have a baby on her own. She then secretly begins working for a conservative Speaker of the House. It’s timely, funny, and hard-hitting.
In the aftermath of her father’s death, a young woman revisits their past conversations to seek advice and remember his legacy. This is her true story of grief, self discovery, coming of age, and womanhood.
After answering ice-breaker questions, three strangers mysteriously end up on a deserted island, premised on one of the prompts. In this magical realism tale, these strangers face the consequences of their choices and learn new truths about who they are.
At an exclusive Pop Up Dinner in D.C. you will follow server, Lauren, who navigates her way through a difficult shift. You will participate in cooking demonstrations with celebrity chefs, meet various customers, and watch the evening erupt into chaos. Lauren, the performer, plays 18 different characters in 55 minutes!
When persistent women confront corporate, personal, and ideological adversity, anything can happen—even a kidnapping! Join Pipeline Playwrights for this deliciously funny buffet of comedy: a cheeky look at women, power, and justice in the age of #metoo.
NYC Singer & Storyteller performs songs and stories inspired by her upbringing in an Irish Pub. Featuring unsupervised toddlers, creepy clowns, show tunes, unreliable narrators, questionable boyfriends, family legends, spiritual healers and just maybe even a little bit of truth. You don’t want to miss this fabulous one-woman show!