The Summoning of Everyman, our first show as a corporation, received these comments among others:
"The Edge of the Universe Players 2, committed to exploring broad deep themes of humanity and society, have a hit with their production of The Summoning of Everyman. The acting is superb."
"This company succeeds, principally as a result of Elias' brilliant work in the title role."
--DC Theatre Scene
"The Summoning of Everyman is a rare opportunity to artistically reflect on life and how we perceive death. It's a journey worth taking."
--DC Metro Theatre Arts
"Saw this play opening night and was delighted! So well done. The play transports the audience to another time but speaks universal truths."
Next, we do Chesapeake, by Lee Blessing, in the July 2014 Capital Fringe Festival. Chesapeake involves an unconventional performance artist, a conservative Southern politician, a dog, and a transformation from one state of being to another.
On February 16, 2013, our company became a non-profit corporation. We have applied to the IRS for Section 501(c)(3)tax-exempt status and await their decision.
The Edge of the Universe Players 2 is dedicated to producing stage plays that are exciting and entertaining, and reveal more about the nature of humanity.
Chesapeake by Lee Blessing
This production is presented as a part of the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival, a program of the Washington, DC non-profit Capital Fringe.