You only have a few days left to catch a show at the Capital Fringe Festival, running through Sunday in Georgetown. Shows include a comedic magic show, a tribute to Gilda Radner, and the story of a young Black woman from Mississippi making a new life for herself in DC. Each show is $15 and runs for 50 – 75 minutes. If you’re here on Friday or Saturday, stop by The Powerhouse (3255 Grace St NW) after your show(s) to grab a drink and enjoy free live music. Nearly 15 Georgetown businesses are also offering Fringe discounts and specials with proof of a Fringe ticket.