The Pundit

Posted July 14, 2012

Categories: Featured, Plays

A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.

Ambitious Washington pundit Peter Peters is an expert on everything, even things he’s never heard of before. His slick media appearances put him on the fast track…until one of his interviews blows up in his face.

Written by John Feffer

Directed by Doug Krehbel

Starring John Feffer as the pundit, with Matthew Ancarrow, Sean Coe, Anthony Hacsi, Emily Morrison, Peter J. Orvetti, Sarah Daisy Splitt, and Carol Spring

Video Director, Maria Meriwether

Now heading to the New York Fringe after rave reviews and sell-out shows  in Washington!

Dorothy B. Williams Theatre
145 Sixth Ave., New York

SAT 8/11 @ 5:00-6:30
SUN 8/12 @ 8:15-9:45
TUES 8/14 @ 3:15-4:45
WED 8/15 @ 4:30-6:00
FRI 8/17 @ 8:15-9:45
SAT 8/18 @ 2:45-4:15

TICKETS AVAILABLE: at the New York Fringe website.

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Filming the video segments of The Pundit


Our first review in New York:

Five stars and Pick of the Fringe from DC Theatre Scene!

5 stars from DC Metro Theater Arts!

“Deflates its target with a sharp satiric pin,” says The Washington Post.


Washingtonian recommends us

And so does the Pink Line Project




Playing the Pundit in Huffington Post

Article in Broadway World

Background article in the Washingtonian

Video interview at Politico with me and Doug Krehbel, the director

Washington Post: Sneak preview of five shows, including The Pundit 

First Look at The Pundit in DC Theatre Scene

Preview in DC Metro Theatre Arts






John Feffer is the author of several books, including the novel Foamers (Scribner, 1997). He works at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, DC, where he co-directs the Foreign Policy In Focus project. He will begin as an Open Society Fellow in September 2012. You can find more about his books, his articles, and his biography elsewhere on this website.





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PRESS PHOTOS (by Kia Rogers)


Pundit Peter Peters (John Feffer) appears on Europe Today


Engineer (Peter Orvetti) preps Peter Peters (John Feffer) for an interview.






Ruslan X (Sean Coe) squares off against Peter Peters (John Feffer)


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