Where in the World?

Where in the World?

Final performance July 29 at 5:00 p.m. Sold Out

Fort Fringe Box Office
607 New York Avenue, NW
Washington DC 20001

Capital Fringe 2012: BEST OVERALL SHOW

Where in the World?
The untold story of Camilla Sanfrancisco

a new musical by Jeff Vonch, Patrick English, and Adrian Verkouteren
for the 2012 Capital Fringe Festival

at the Studio Theater, Milton Theater
1501 14th Street NW
Washington DC 20005

Camilla Sanfrancisco, the geographically-savvy top sleuth at ACME Agency, is accused of consorting with the enemy by her boss, The Chief, resulting in total disgrace. She then must begin a quest to piece her life back together and clear her name.

Directed by Patrick Magill
Music Director: Zack Ford

With thanks to our stellar cast:
Chip Hewitt, Vanessa Kinzey, Joe Leskody,
Katie Nigsch-Fairfax, Autumn Seavey, Jackie Salvador


  1. Opening night received an enthusiastic review from Jessica Vaughan in DC Metro Theater Arts: "You don’t have to be a fan or even know anything about Carmen Sandiego to enjoy this excellent production, but if she had any claim on on your childhood, I wouldn’t miss it."
  2. Saturday night (7/14) received another five-out-of-five review from Kelly McCorkendale at the DC Theater Scene web site: "This just in! Camilla Sanfrancisco is hot on the trail of success."
  3. Friday night (7/20) received a nice review from Lindsey Boyle on the "Fringe & Purge" blog of the Washington CityPaper web site: "Some big, well-placed lines get all the laughs, but keep watch for the clever bits like The Chief devolving until he's talking with his agents on an analog clock, or the see-hear-speak no evil trio of the ACME office crew."
  4. Friday night (7/20) received another upbeat review from the mysterious folk at the "T" is 4 Theater web site: "Only one more chance to see a clear contender for Fringe's best musical: Sunday, July 29 @ 5:00 p.m."
  5. We Love DC (7/24/12) included the show in their wrap-up of reviews from week two of the Fringe Festival: "...the dang thing is good. Really good. ... Please, I implore CrimeTime Productions: do Oregon Trail next." (You have to scroll down the page to find Where in the World?.)

So please come see us Sunday, July 29, at 5:00 p.m.
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Where in the World