This performance of our collaboration with Pinky Swear Productions takes place at the Trinidad Theater in Northeast DC. Tickets available here!
“Sing a song of murder, forget the lady’s name. Toss her in the water, try not to take the blame. Play a lilting melody on bones and flaxen hair. ButContinue readingSunday, July 17: OVER HER DEAD BODY in Herndon, Va.
Come out to the Trinidad Theater at the Logan Fringe Arts Space *this Saturday* to see OVER HER DEAD BODY, the brand-new, harmony-heavy, darkly poignant play from Pinky Swear Productions.Continue readingSaturday, July 9: OVER HER DEAD BODY Premieres
We’ve been retained to serve as the pit band for a very cool production this summer! As part of the Capital Fringe Festival, Pinky Swear Productions is staging OVER HERContinue readingOVER HER DEAD BODY: Multiple Performances in July
Hey gang: Our friend Steve Coffee (isn’t that the coolest name?) has developed a wonderful show with music and themes inspired by the Dust Bowl. RAIN FOLLOWS THE PLOW isContinue readingMarcy moonlights at Jammin Java next week…
This is super-cool, Deadheads: we’ve been hired by DC’s Pinky Swear Productions to present a play, OVER HER DEAD BODY, this summer during the Capital Fringe Festival. There are multipleContinue readingOver Her Dead Body…
From 2:30-3:15, we’ll be on the Potomac Palisades stage of this wonderful, 36-years-and-counting free DC tradition. The WFF runs 12-7 both days and features hundreds of performers in multiple genres.Continue readingJune 5, 2016: Washington Folk Fest
This outdoor venue is new to us but has a long-established music series featuring all kinds of genres. We’re on at 6:30pm, weather permitting. You know how those summer stormsContinue readingJune 26, 2016: Summer on the Green Concert Series, Vienna, Va.
Thrilled to be coming back to one of the wonderful Northern Virginia venues where we got our start. Tickets at $15; children 12 and under are free. Doors 6:30, showContinue readingJune 11, 2016: Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Herndon, Va.
It’s today, February 3. Here’s our song about them.