CRACK, created in 2005 by Chris Farris, Karl Jones, and Shea Van Horn, is a non-profit 501(c)3 theater collaborative that is best described as a "low budget mess of stage and screen." CRACK variety shows combine live performance, videos, and audience participation, and are hosted by a potty-mouthed drag queen named Summer Camp.
The unique events draw a cross-section of Washington's communities and provide an opportunity for local LGBT and LGBT-friendly artists, performers, and designers who have fallen through the "cracks" of traditional theater to showcase their hidden (and sometimes questionable) talents. CRACK has carved out a unique niche in DC's performance scene, having produced cabaret shows and short films that have been described as "irreverent," "over-the-top," "raunchy," and "sophomoric."
CRACK IS BACK AND WE'RE GOING TO PRISON!
CRACK is back with an all new variety show on Saturday, May 2, 2015. Summer Camp has been convicted of a murder she may or may not have committed. While in jail, she meets an array of crazy prisoner-performers. Don't miss this over the top show.
ORANGE IS THE NEW CRACK
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