The following is a list of theatrical productions:
ANNIE RUSSELL THEATRE
The theater is on the campus of Rollins College, 1000 Holt Ave., Winter Park. Season tickets are $50 and $60 for general audiences and $47 and $57 for seniors. Second-stage shows are free to subscribers and students from any school. Details: www.rollins.edu/theatre or 407-646-2145
Oscar & Felix: A New Look at the Odd Couple: Sept. 24-Oct. 2. Neil Simon's newly revised version of his classic comedy.
Extremities: Nov. 12-20. William Mastrosimone drama.
Twelfth Night: Feb. 18-26. William Shakespeare comedy.
A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine: April 22-30. Dick Vosburgh-Frank Lazarus one-act musicals.
The Early Girl: Sept. 30-Oct. 3. Caroline Kava drama.
The Boys Next Door: Nov. 18-21. Tom Griffin comic drama.
New Rochelle and Three Vignettes: Feb. 24-27. John Ryan and Rhea Mendoza one-acts.
Fool for Love: April 28-May 1. Sam Shepard drama.
BAY STREET PLAYERS
Performances are at the State Theatre, 109 N. Bay St., Eustis. Six-show season tickets, not including Blood Brothers, are $55, and six-show multipasses are $60. Details: baystreetplayers.org or 352-357-7777.
Baby: Sept. 10-26. Richard Maltby Jr.-David Shire-Sybille Pearson musical.
Lend Me a Tenor: Nov. 5-21. Ken Ludwig farce.
The 1940s Radio Hour: Dec. 3-19. Walton Jones play with music.
Our Town: Jan. 14-30 Thornton Wilder drama.
My Fair Lady: March 18-April 4. Alan Jay Lerner-Frederick Loewe musical.
The Rainmaker: June 3-19. N. Richard Nash drama.
Blood Brothers: July 22-Aug. 7. Willy Russell musical.
BROADWAY IN ORLANDO
Performances are at Carr Performing Arts Centre, 401 W. Livingston St., Orlando. Season tickets are $135-$441. Details: www.broadwayacrossamerica.com/orlando or 1-800-448-6322.
Oklahoma!: Sept. 28-Oct. 3. Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein II musical.
Thoroughly Modern Millie: Dec. 28-Jan. 2. Dick Scanlan-Richard Morris-Jeanine Tesori musical.
Hairspray: Jan. 18-30. Mark O'Donnell-Thomas Meehan-Marc Shaiman-Scott Wittman musical.
Oliver!: Feb. 22-27. Lionel Bart musical.
Chicago: March 22-27. John Kander-Fred Ebb musical.
The Graduate: April 5-10. Terry Johnson comedy.
CIRQUE DU SOLEIL
The theater is at Downtown Disney West Side, 1478 E. Buena Vista Drive, Lake Buena Vista. Tickets: adults, $73 and $85 plus tax; children 3-9, $49 and $59 plus tax. Details: cirquedusoleil.com/CirqueDuSoleil/en/tickets/resident/lanouba or 407-939-7600.
La Nouba: Ongoing. Franco Dragone circus spectacle.
COCOA VILLAGE PLAYHOUSE
The theater is at 300 Brevard Ave., Cocoa. Details: 321-636-5050.
DAYTONA BEACH COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Performances are at the Theater Center and Goddard Theater at DBCC, 1200 International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach. Details: 386-254-3042.
The Odd Couple: Sept. 16-25. Neil Simon comedy.
Five Women Wearing the Same Dress: Nov. 4-13. Alan Ball comedy.
The Complete History of America (abridged): Feb. 17-26. Adam Long-Reed Martin-Austin Tichenor comedy.
New Plays: April 26-30. Works by DBCC alumni.
The theater is at 100 Jessamine Blvd., Daytona Beach. Seven-show season tickets are $75, and any six shows are $65. Details: 386-255-2431.
Norman, Is That You?: Sept. 10-19. Ron Clark-Sam Bobrick comedy.
Death in England: Oct. 15-24. Sam Bobrick comic mystery.
Sorry! Wrong Chimney!: Dec. 3-12. Jack Sharkey-Leo W. Sears farce.
Whose Wives Are They Anyway?: Feb. 25-March 6. Michael Parker farce.
Bone-Chiller!: April 22-May 1. Monk Ferris comic thriller.
Art: May 27-June 5. Yasmina Reza comedy.
John DiDonna and Seth Kubersky will present shows throughout 2005 at places to be announced. Details: 407-328-9005 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oedipus the King: April 2005. Sophocles tragedy, to be performed in the courtyard at the Studio Theatre at the Theatre Garage, 398 W. Amelia St., Orlando.
FLORIDA CHILDREN'S REPERTORY THEATRE
Saturday performances will be in Studio B at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 E. Rollins St., Orlando, and weekday performances will be at the Orlando Broadway Dinner Theater, 3376 Edgewater Drive, Orlando. Season tickets are $28. Details: flchildrenstheatre.org or 407-657-4483.
The Life of Aesop: Sept. 18-Oct. 2. Kenneth Cavander comedy.
Merry Christmas, Strega Nona: Dec. 4-18. Thomas W. Olson adaptation of Tomie de Paola book.
How Anansi Got the Spider Stories: Feb. 5-19. Doreen Heard adaptation of African folk tales.
Fool of the World: April 16-30. John Urquhart-Rita Grauer-Paul Picus comedy.
HELEN STAIRS THEATRE
The theater is at 201 Magnolia Ave., Sanford. Other shows, including concerts, operas and productions of the Wekiva River Players, also are scheduled. Details: helenstairstheatre.com or 407-321-8111.
Sweet Dreams of Patsy Cline: Oct. 2. Leanne Williams show.
Toxic Audio: Nov. 11. A cappella group returns home from off-Broadway.
In the Mood: Dec. 11. Big-band musical revue.
Babes in Toyland: Dec. 22. Victor Herbert-Alice Hammerstein Mathias-William Mount-Burke operetta.
Cynthia Cassonova Brown: Jan. 9. Gospel, traditional and patriotic songs.
Jack Benny, Laughter in Music: Jan. 29. Eddie Carrol show.
Pastures of Plenty, with Woody Guthrie: Feb. 5. Vanaver Caravan Music show.
Caribbean Sound: Feb. 19. Steel-band concert.
The Legends of Rock 'n' Roll: April 2. Tribute to classic rock.
Daytime Student Program:
Seona McDowell: Oct. 1. Singer-songwriter-storyteller.
Hansel and Gretel: Dec. 1. Orlando Opera production.
Peter Rabbit: Feb. 8. Bits 'n' Pieces Theater production.
Stone Soup and Dragon Dumplings: April 28. Eckerd Theatre company production.
History Jumps off the Page: May 3. Judy Gail-Carrie Sue Ayvar portrayals of Florida women in history.
Helen Stairs Theatre Repertory Company:
Brigadoon: Sept. 17-26. Alan Jay Lerner-Frederick Loewe musical.
The Most Happy Fella: Jan. 14-23. Frank Loesser musical.
HMS Pinafore: April 15-24. William S. Gilbert-Arthur Sullivan operetta.
Camelot: Sept. 16-25, 2005. Alan Jay Lerner-Frederick Loewe musical.
Helen Stairs Theatre Junior Repertory Company:
The Wizard of Oz: Nov. 5-7. Adaptation of movie, performed by children.
Bye Bye Birdie: May 20-22. Michael Stewart-Lee Adams-Charles Strouse musical, performed by children.
HENEGAR CENTER FOR THE ARTS
The center is at 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. Details: 321-723-8698.
The Odd Couple: Through today. Neil Simon comedy.
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum: Oct. 8-24. Larry Gelbart-Burt Shevelove-Stephen Sondheim musical.
Henegar Holiday Show: Dec. 10-19. Holiday musical revue.
A Flea in Her Ear: Jan. 7-23. Georges Feydeau farce.
Bye Bye Birdie: April 1-17. Charles Strouse-Michael Stewart-Lee Adams musical.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
The center is at 851 N. Maitland Ave., Maitland. Details: www.orlandojcc.org or 407-645-5933.
Sweets From the Suites: Oct. 16-31. Neil Simon one-acts.
The King of Schnorrers: Feb. 12-27. Judd Woldin musical.
David Gonzalez: Sept. 26. Storyteller.
Seven Blessings: Dec. 11. Tap fusion show based on Jewish wedding ceremony.
Trent Arterberry: Jan. 16. Mime.
Kol Haruach: April 9. Klezmer band.
Matt Henry: June 26. Juggler.
KING CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
The center is on the campus of Brevard Community College, 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. Individual tickets to main-stage shows, which also include a variety of concerts and other productions, are $15-$62. Fund-raising events involving Bernadette Peters and The Full Monty are $95 and $135. Individual tickets to Studio Theatre shows are $29-$33. Individual tickets to education theater shows are $3.75-$8.50. Discounts are available for multiple tickets. Details: kingcenter.com or 321-242-2219.
Rent: Nov. 18. Jonathan Larson musical.
42nd Street: Dec. 2, 3. Harry Warren-Al Dubin-Mark Bramble-Michael Stewart musical.
A Christmas Carol: Dec. 14. Adaptation of Charles Dickens' Christmas tale.
A Garfield Christmas: Dec. 22. Children's show based on cartoon character.
The Full Monty: Jan. 20, 21. David Yazbek-Terrence McNally musical.
Bernadette Peters: Jan. 26. Concert by Broadway actress.
Miss Saigon: Feb. 1. Alain Boublil-Claude-Michel Schönberg-Richard Maltby Jr. musical.
Cookin': Feb. 19. Seung Whan Song cooking-percussion show.
Rain: Feb. 26. Circus show by Cirque Eloize.
Two Gentlemen of Verona: March 8. William Shakespeare comedy, performed by the Acting Company.
Contact: March 11. Susan Stroman-John Weidman dance musical.
Late Nite Catechism 2: Nov. 9-14. Maripat Donovan comedy.
I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change: Feb. 15-20. Joe DiPietro-Jimmy Roberts musical revue.
Man 1, Bank 0: March 8-13. Patrick Combs one-man show.
The Emperor's New Clothes: Sept. 30. Musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen tale.
The Rainbow Fish: Oct. 20. Musical adaptation of Marcus Pfister book.
Scholastic's The Magic School Bus - Live!: Nov. 16. Comedy with audience participation, based on the TV series.
The Hundred Dresses: Dec. 14. Bill Williams adaptation of Eleanor Estes book.
Color Me Dark: Jan. 19. Adaptation of Patricia C. McKissack book.
Ananse! . . . Early in the Day: Feb. 22. Musical based on West African folklore.
Peking Acrobats: Feb. 24. Acrobatic troupe from China.
Unbearable Bears -- A Teddy Bear Picnic!: March 2. Kevin Roth songs.
Aladdin: April 14. Adaptation of tale from The Arabian Nights.
Alexander Who's Not, Not, Not, Not, Not, Not Going to Move: April 26. Judith Viorst-Shelly Markham musical.
LITTLE THEATRE OF NEW SMYRNA BEACH
The theater, which is at 726 Third Ave., New Smyrna Beach, will be closed through December for renovations. Season tickets for the four-show series beginning in January are $47. Details: littletheatreofnsb.org or 386-423-1246.
Chapter Two: Jan. 14-23. Neil Simon comedy.
Meshuggah-Nuns!: Feb. 18-March 6. Dan Goggin musical comedy.
Who's in Bed With the Butler?: April 1-10. Michael Parker farce.
The Sugar Bean Sisters: May 6-15. Nathan Sanders comedy.
MAD COW THEATRE
The company's two theaters are at 105 S. Magnolia Ave., Orlando. Season subscriptions are $72-$186, with discounts available for seniors, students and educators. Details: madcowtheatre.com or 407-297-8788.
Stage Left series:
Romeo and Juliet: Sept. 23-Oct. 17. William Shakespeare drama.
Cinderella: Nov. 11-Dec. 19. Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein II musical.
Later Life: Jan. 27-Feb. 20. A.R. Gurney comic drama.
Arcadia: March 10-April 3. Tom Stoppard drama.
Archy & mehitabel: May 5-June 5. Mel Brooks-George Kleinsinger musical adaptation of Don Marquis sketches.
Our Town: June 23-July 24. Thornton Wilder drama.
Stage Right series:
The Shape of Things: Sept. 30-Oct. 24. Neil LaBute drama.
Happy Days: Jan. 20-Feb. 13. Samuel Beckett drama.
Everyman: March 3-27. Anonymous drama.
Stones in his Pockets: June 9-July 3. Marie Jones comic drama.
Scare Me a Story: Oct. 28-31. Halloween storytelling.
Orlando Cabaret Festival: April 7-24.
MELBOURNE CIVIC THEATRE
The theater is at 3030 W. New Haven Ave., West Melbourne. Spotlight Season tickets are $90 for general audiences, $85 for seniors. Details: geocities.com/yourmct or 321-723-1668.
I Take This Man: Through Friday. Jack Sharkey comedy.
Godspell: Sept. 9-26. Stephen Schwartz-John-Michael Tebelak musical.
I Hate Hamlet: Oct. 7-24. Paul Rudnick comedy.
The Dining Room: Nov. 4-21. A.R. Gurney comic drama.
A Tuna Christmas: Nov. 26-Dec. 12. Jaston Williams-Joe Sears-Ed Howard comedy.
Home for the Holidays With MCT: Dec. 16-19. Family holiday show.
Last Summer at Bluefish Cove: Jan. 13-30. Jane Chambers drama.
Bat Boy: The Musical: Feb. 10-27. Keythe Farley-Brian Flemming-Laurence O'Keefe musical.
When You Comin' Back Red Ryder? : March 10-27. Mark Medoff drama.
MELON PATCH PLAYERS
Performances are at the Melon Patch Playhouse, 311 N. 13th St., Leesburg. Five-play season tickets are $55 for general audiences and $30 for students; four-play season tickets are $45. Details: businessmasters.net/melonpatch or 352-787-3013.
Once Upon a Mattress: Sept. 3-26. Dean Fuller-Jay Thompson-Marshall Barer-Mary Rodgers musical.
Annie: Nov. 19-Dec. 12. Charles Strouse-Martin Charnin-Thomas Meehan musical.
Harvey: Jan. 14-30. Mary Chase comedy.
On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: March 18-April 10. Alan Jay Lerner-Burton Lane musical.
The Gin Game: May 6-22. D.L. Coburn comic drama.
Performances are at the Moonlight Warehouse Theatre, 732-B W. Montrose St., Clermont. Eight-show passes are $66; four-show passes are $33. The company also will present a William Shakespeare play to be announced Aug. 5-25, 2005. Details: moonlightplayers.tripod.com or 352-319-1116.
A Midsummer Night's Dream: Through Sept. 6. William Shakespeare comedy.
Grease: Oct. 1-31. Jim Jacobs-Warren Casey musical.
A Christmas Carol: Dec. 3-19. Adaptation of Charles Dickens novel.
Man of La Mancha: Jan. 21-Feb. 20. Dale Wasserman-Joe Darion-Mitch Leigh musical.
Forever Plaid: March 18-April 17. Stuart Ross musical revue.
Oliver!: May 13-June 12. Lionel Bart musical.
MOUNT DORA THEATRE COMPANY
Performances are at the IceHouse Theatre, 1100 N. Unser St., Mount Dora. Season tickets are $50 and $60. Details: icehousetheatre.com or 352-383-4616.
Strangers on a Train: Sept. 24-Oct. 17. Stage adaptation of Raymond Chandler mystery.
Inspecting Carol: Nov. 19-Dec. 12. Daniel Sullivan comedy.
Sweeney Todd: Jan. 14-Feb. 13. Stephen Sondheim-Hugh Wheeler musical.
Look Homeward Angel: March 11-April 3. Ketti Frings drama.
The Foreigner: May 6-29. Larry Shue comedy.
ORLANDO BROADWAY DINNER THEATER
The theater is at 3376 Edgewater Drive, Orlando. Season tickets for the nine shows beginning in January are $275-$315 for adults plus tax and tip. A four-show flex pass is $140-$165 for adults plus tax and tip. Details: orlandobroadway.com, 407-843-6275 or 1-800-726-6275.
The Mystery of Edwin Drood: Aug. 25-Oct. 10. Rupert Holmes musical.
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying: Oct. 13-Nov. 28. Frank Loesser-Abe Burrows-Jack Weinstock-Willie Gilbert musical.
Victor/Victoria: Dec. 1-Jan. 9. Blake Edwards-Leslie Bricusse-Henry Mancini musical.
Steel Magnolias: Jan. 26-Feb. 27. Robert Harling comic drama.
Jekyll & Hyde: March 2-April 10. Leslie Bricusse-Frank Wildhorn musical.
Babes in Arms: April 13-May 15. Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart musical.
The Sound of Music: May 18-June 26. Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein II-Howard Lindsay-Russel Crouse musical.
The SynD'Cats: June 29-July 31. Male vocal quartet inspired by the Rat Pack.
Barry Manilow's Copacabana: Sept. 7-Oct. 16, 2005. Barry Manilow-Bruce Sussman-Jack Feldman musical.
Sweet Charity: Oct. 19-Nov. 27, 2005. Neil Simon-Dorothy Fields-Cy Coleman musical.
42nd Street: Nov. 30, 2005-Jan. 8, 2006. Al Dubin-Harry Warren-Mark Bramble-Michael Stewart musical.
ORLANDO INTERNATIONAL FRINGE FESTIVAL
The 2005 Fringe will take place May 19-29 at a location or locations to be announced. Details: orlandofringe.com or 407-648-0077.
ORLANDO REPERTORY THEATRE
Performances are in the Edyth Bush Theatre and the Tupperware Theatre, 1001 E. Princeton St., Orlando. Season tickets are $30 for adults and $21 for age 17 and younger for three shows, $40 for adults and $28 for age 17 and younger for four shows, $50 for adults and $35 for age 17 and younger for five shows and $60 for adults and $42 for age 17 and younger for six shows. Other subscription packages are available. Details: orlandorep.com or 407-896-7365.
A Year With Frog and Toad: Sept. 3-26. Robert Reale-Willie Reale musical.
Little House on the Prairie: Oct. 8-24. Pamela Sterling adaptation of Laura Ingalls Wilder novel.
A Christmas Carol: Dec. 3-19. Jim Helsinger adaptation of Charles Dickens novel.
Winnie-the-Pooh: Jan. 28-Feb. 20. Kristin Sergel adaptation of A.A. Milne children's book.
The Diary of Anne Frank: March 28-April 10. Albert Hackett-Frances Goodrich drama.
School House Rock Live!: April 22-May 15. Scott Ferguson-Kyle Hall-George Keating musical revue.
ORLANDO THEATRE PROJECT
Performances are at the Fine Arts Theatre at Seminole Community College, 100 Weldon Blvd., Sanford, and at the Edyth Bush and Tupperware theaters at Orlando Repertory Theatre, 1001 E. Princeton St., Orlando. Three-show season tickets for the productions at the SCC Fine Arts Theatre are $60 for general audiences and $48 for seniors. Three-show flex passes are $63. Six-show combined subscriptions with SCC Fine Arts Theatre offerings are $75 for general audiences and $60 for seniors. Details: otp.cc or 407-328-2040.
Stones in his Pockets: Through today.. Marie Jones comic drama. Tupperware Theatre.
The Violet Hour: Nov. 4-21. Richard Greenberg drama. SCC Fine Arts Theatre.
Coyote on a Fence: Jan. 6-23. Bruce Graham drama. SCC Fine Arts Theatre.
Western Civilization! The Complete Musical (Abridged): March 3-20. Austin Tichenor-Reed Martin-Nick Graham musical. Tupperware Theatre.
Auntie and Me: May 5-22. Morris Panych comedy. SCC Fine Arts Theatre.
ORLANDO-UCF SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL
All performances are at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 E. Rollins St., Orlando, except for A Midsummer Night's Dream, which will be at the Walt Disney Amphitheater in Lake Eola Park, Rosalind Avenue at Washington Street, Orlando. Season tickets are $50-$170. Season tickets for the Theatre for Young Audiences series are $16. Details: www.shakespearefest.org or 407-447-1700.
A Little Night Music: Sept. 15-Oct. 10. Stephen Sondheim-Hugh Wheeler musical.
Measure for Measure: Oct. 13-Nov. 21. William Shakespeare comedy.
The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge: Dec. 1-26. Mark Brown comedy.
Trapezium -- A Knightly Farce: Jan. 12-Feb. 6. Henry Rathvon comedy.
A Moon for the Misbegotten: Feb. 23-March 27. Eugene O'Neill drama.
A Midsummer Night's Dream: April 6-May 1. William Shakespeare comedy.
Theatre for Young Audiences:
Stuart Little: Oct. 21-Nov. 20. Joseph Robinette adaptation of E.B. White children's book.
James and the Giant Peach: Feb. 17-March 27. Richard George adaptation of Roald Dahl children's book.
Orlando Festival of New Plays: Jan. 14-23. Festival featuring workshop productions and staged readings of new plays for adults and children, master classes and panel discussions with noted playwrights Nilo Cruz and Israel Horovitz and other events.
Performances are in the Catherine Beauchamp Theater at the Osceola Center for the Arts, 2411 U.S. Highway 192, Kissimmee. Season tickets for five shows are $67 for general audiences, $54 for seniors and $45 for students; for three shows they're $40 for general audiences, $32 for seniors and $27 for students. Details: ocfta.com or 407-846-6257.
Annie Get Your Gun: Sept. 24-Oct. 17. Irving Berlin-Dorothy Fields-Herbert Fields musical.
The Secret Garden: Nov. 19-Dec. 12. Marsha Norman-Lucy Simon musical.
The Lion in Winter: Jan. 28-Feb. 20. James Goldman drama.
The Mikado: March 18-April 10. William S. Gilbert-Arthur Sullivan operetta.
The Importance of Being Earnest: May 6-29. Oscar Wilde comedy.
Performances will be at the Plaza Theatre, 425 N. Bumby Ave., Orlando. Details: 407-382-2227.
Young People's Theatre Fall Festival: Oct. 22-31.
PHOENIX PRODUCTION COMPANY
Performances are at the Phoenix Theatre in Le Gallerie Arcade, 817 W. Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne. Details: phoenixtheatre.com or 321-952-5717.
PINOCCHIO'S MARIONETTE THEATER
The theater is in the Colonial Promenade Shopping Center at 525 S. Semoran Blvd., Winter Park. Details: pinocchios.net or 407-677-8831.
Peter Pan: Through Nov. 14. David Eaton adaptation of James M. Barrie play.
The Little Drummer Boy: Nov. 20-Dec. 22. David Eaton adaptation of Christmas song.
The Wizard of Oz: Jan. 2-March 13. David Eaton adaptation of L. Frank Baum tale.
Hansel and Gretel: March 19-May 15. David Eaton adaptation of Grimm fairy tale.
Rumplestiltskin: May 21-Aug. 21. David Eaton adaptation of classic fairy tale.
Jack and the Beanstalk: Aug. 27-Nov. 13, 2005. David Eaton adaptation of classic fairy tale.
Holly Follies: Nov. 19-Dec. 30, 2005. David Eaton adaptation of holiday show.
This Valencia Community College group performs in Building 2 at the Valencia Osceola campus, 1800 Denn John Lane, Kissimmee. Details: 407-847-9496, Ext. 4124.
The Boys Next Door: Dec. 2-5. Tom Griffin comic drama.
Anton in Show Business: April 28-May 1. Jane Martin comedy.
PLAYWRIGHTS ROUND TABLE
The group will present The Best of PRT in October at a time and place to be announced and a reading of I Am My Own Wife, the 2004 Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Nov. 14 at a place to be announced. Readings and productions of other new plays also will be at times and places to be announced. Workshops will be at the Jean Rhein Central Branch Library, 215 N. Oxford Road, Casselberry. Details: playwrightsroundtable.org or 407-788-8468.
The Longest Year: Sept. 12. Nicole Carson play.
It Won't Last and The Muted Horn: Oct. 10. Earl Cloud plays.
The theater is at 425 N. Bumby Ave., Orlando. Details: theplazatheatre.com or 407-228-1220.
The Rock & the Rabbi: Sept. 11, Oct. 8 and 9, Nov. 19 and 20, Dec. 17 and 18 and other dates to be announced. Gary Richardson-Danny Hamilton musical pageant.
RED MOON THEATRE JOINT
Rus Blackwell will present a season of shows to be announced in the Tupperware Theatre at Orlando Repertory Theatre, 1001 E. Princeton St., Orlando. Details: 407-898-7317.
Performances of Dickens by Candlelight will be at a time and a place to be announced. Details: dickensbycandlelight.com or 407-898-4056.
SAK COMEDY LAB
Sak improvises original comedy five nights a week at the Theatre Garage at 380 W. Amelia St., Orlando. Details: sak.com or 407-648-0001.
SANDS THEATER CENTER
The center is at 600 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand. Season tickets for the main-stage season, not including Dracula: A Tale Told by Mina Harker and Scrooge!, are $55 for general audiences and $50 for members. Season tickets for all seven main-stage shows are $78 for general audiences and $72 for members. Flex-passes for any 10 shows are $110 for general audiences and $100 for members. Details: sandstheatercenter.com or 386-736-7456.
Nunsense Jamboree: Sept. 10-26. Dan Goggin musical comedy.
Dracula: A Tale Told by Mina Harker: Oct. 22-31. Darlene Lentz-Stewart adaptation of Bram Stoker novel.
My Three Angels: Nov. 12-21. Sam Spewack-Bella Spewack comedy.
Scrooge!: Dec. 3-19. Leslie Bricusse musical.
The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940: Jan. 28-Feb. 6. John Bishop comedy.
Harvey: March 18-27. Mary Chase comedy.
The King and I: May 6-22. Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein II musical.
Camping With Henry and Tom: Oct. 8-17. Mark St. Germain comic drama.
Hollywood Sings Thru the Sands of Time: Feb. 11-20. Theater Center Touring Company production.
Picasso at the Lapin Agile: April 15-24. Steve Martin comedy.
Storybook Theater Company:
The Mischief Makers: Nov. 13. Lowell Swortzell adaptation of folk tales.
The Frog Prince: Nov. 20. Rene Sands adaptation of Grimm brothers fairy tale.
Aesop's Fables for All: Jan. 3 and 4. Darlene Lentz-Stewart adaptation of Aesop fables.
Noonie's Masterpiece in Purple: May 14 and 21. Lisa Railsback children's play.
The Little Prince: June 10-19. Rick Cummins-John Scoullar adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupery novel, performed by middle- and high-school students.
Babe, the Sheep-Pig: July 22-31. David Wood adaptation of Dick King-Smith book, performed by elementary- and middle-school students.
Little Red Meets Wiley Wolf: July 9 and 16. Adaptation of fairy tale.
SEASIDE MUSIC THEATER
Winter performances are at SMT Downtown, 176 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach. Summer performances are at the Theater Center at Daytona Beach Community College, 1200 International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, and at SMT Downtown, 176 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach. Subscriptions for the winter season are $69; subscription prices for the summer 2005 season have not been announced. Details: seasidemusictheater.org, 386-252-6200 or 1-800-854-5592.
O. Henry's Lovers: Oct. 28-Nov. 14. Joe DiPietro-Michael Valenti musical.
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged): Nov. 18-28. Adam Long-Daniel Singer-Jess Winfield comedy.
Little Shop of Horrors: Jan. 13-Feb. 13. Howard Ashman-Alan Menken musical.
The Mikado. William S. Gilbert-Arthur Sullivan operetta.
Cats: Andrew Lloyd Webber-T.S. Eliot musical.
The title of a world premiere musical, which also will be presented in summer 2005, will be announced later.
SEMINOLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE FINE ARTS THEATRE
The theater is on the campus of Seminole Community College, 100 Weldon Blvd., Sanford. Four-show season tickets, including one Orlando Theatre Project production, are $35 for general audiences and $28 for seniors. Six-show season tickets, including three OTP shows, are $75 for general audiences and $60 for seniors. Admission to 10-minute plays is free. Details: 407-328-2040.
Dancing at Lughnasa: Sept. 30-Oct. 10. Brian Friel drama.
A Crisp Ten Spot: Dec. 2-5. New 10-minute plays.
Trojan Women: Feb. 17-27. Bobbie Bell adaptation of Euripides drama.
Hay Fever: March 31-April 10. Noel Coward comedy.
The theater is at 380 S. Goodwin St., Lake Helen. Season tickets are $45 for general audiences, $22.50 for students. Details: 386-228-3777.
Guys and Dolls: Sept. 3-19. Frank Loesser musical.
The Foreigner: Oct. 21-31. Larry Shue comedy.
The Lion in Winter: Dec. 2-12. James Goldman comic drama.
The Mouse That Roared: Jan. 27-Feb. 6. Christopher Sergel adaptation of Leonard Wibberley comedy.
The Gingerbread Lady: March 10-20. Neil Simon comic drama.
The Real Inspector Hound: April 28-May 8. Tom Stoppard farce.
SLEUTHS MYSTERY DINNER THEATRE
The theater, which presents 11 interactive comedy-mysteries, is in three spaces at Republic Square Plaza, 7508 Universal Blvd., Orlando. Tickets, including dinner, are $43.95 plus tax for adults and $23.95 plus tax for ages 3-11. Sleuths also presents Merry Mystery Dinner Adventure, two interactive shows for children. Tickets, including dinner, are $28 plus tax for adults and $16 plus tax for ages 3-12. Details: 407-363-1935.
The theater is on the campus of Stetson University at 535 N. Florida Ave., DeLand. Details: 386-822-8700.
The Butter and Egg Man: Sept. 30-Oct. 3. George S. Kaufman comedy.
The Fantasticks: Nov. 11-14. Tom Jones-Harvey Schmidt musical.
Love Letters: Feb. 11-14. A.R. Gurney comic drama.
Short Play Festival: April 14-17. One-act plays directed by students.
Performances are at the Surfside Playhouse, 320 S. Fifth St., Cocoa Beach. Season tickets are $70 for general audiences and $60 for seniors and active military personnel. Details: surfsideplayers.com or 321-783-3127.
Plaza Suite: Friday-Sept. 12. Neil Simon comedy.
Nuncrackers: Nov. 5-21. Dan Goggin musical comedy.
The Man Who Came to Dinner: Jan. 7-23. George S. Kaufman-Moss Hart comedy.
West Side Story: March 4-20. Arthur Laurents-Stephen Sondheim-Leonard Bernstein musical.
Dial "M" for Murder: April 29-May 15. Frederick Knott mystery.
The theater is at 2113 N. Orange Ave., Orlando. Details: theatredowntown.net or 407-841-0083.
Long Day's Journey Into Night: Sept. 10-Oct. 9. Eugene O'Neill drama.
The Rocky Horror Show: Oct. 22-Nov. 6. Richard O'Brien musical.
A Christmas Carol: Nov. 19-Dec. 18. Christopher Rohner adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel.
Sylvia: Feb. 4-26. Return of A.R. Gurney comedy.
Sweet Bird of Youth: March 11-April 2. Tennessee Williams drama.
Performances are at the Emma Parrish Theatre, 301 Julia St., Titusville. Season tickets for adult shows are $50 and $60 for general audiences and $41 and $52 for seniors and students. Season tickets to Rising Stars Theatre shows are $12 and $15. Details: nbbd.com/godo/tpi or 321-268-1125.
Company: Friday-Sept. 11. Stephen Sondheim-George Furth musical.
Jest a Second: Oct. 1-16. James Sherman comedy.
Brighton Beach Memoirs: Nov. 5-20. Neil Simon comic drama.
Getting Away With Murder: Jan. 14-29. Stephen Sondheim-George Furth comic mystery.
Brigadoon: March 11-26. Alan Jay Lerner-Frederick Loewe musical.
Moon Over Buffalo: May 13-28. Ken Ludwig comedy.
Rising Stars Theatre:
A Christmas Story: Dec. 10-12. Philip Grecian comedy based on the Jean Shepherd-Leigh Brown-Bob Clark movie.
Raggedy Ann and Andy: Feb. 11-13. Patricia Thackray adaptation of children's story.
Little Red Riding Hood: April 15-17. Adaptation of fairy tale.
Performances will be at Darden Adventure Theatre at the Orlando Science Center, 777 E. Princeton St., Orlando. Tickets: menopausethemusical.com or 407-514-2199.
Menopause the Musical: Sept. 22-ongoing. Jeanie Linders musical revue.
UCF CONSERVATORY THEATRE
Performances are at the University Theatre on the University of Central Florida campus in Orlando; at Orlando Repertory Theatre in Loch Haven Park, 1001 E. Princeton St., Orlando; and at the Beach Street Cafe, 176 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach. Season tickets for the Orlando series are $100 for general audiences and $80 for seniors; season tickets for the six shows on the UCF campus are $75 for general audiences and $60 for seniors; season tickets for the Daytona Beach series are $25 for general audiences and $20 for seniors. Details: 407-823-1500.
Blithe Spirit: Sept. 23-Oct. 1. Noel Coward comedy. University Theatre.
Three Sisters: Oct. 21-31. Anton Chekhov drama. University Theatre.
Dancing at Lughnasa: Nov. 4-14. Brian Friel drama. Orlando Repertory Theatre.
A Chorus Line: Nov. 18-Dec. 5. James Kirkwood-Nicholas Dante-Edward Kleban-Marvin Hamlisch musical. University Theatre.
Lysistrata: Jan. 20-30. Aristophanes comedy. University Theatre.
Scapino: Feb. 17-27. Frank Dunlap-Jim Dale adaptation of Moliere comedy. Orlando Repertory Theatre.
The Visit: March 3-13. Friedrich Durrenmatt drama. University Theatre.
Guys and Dolls: April 7-24. Frank Loesser musical. University Theatre.
Daytona Beach season:
Working: Oct. 7-10. Stephen Schwartz-Nina Faso musical-revue adaptation of Studs Terkel book.
You're Gonna Love Tomorrow: March 31-April 3. Stephen Sondheim musical revue.
VALENCIA CHARACTER COMPANY
Performances are in the Performing Arts Center or the Black Box Theatre at Valencia Community College East Campus, 701 N. Econlockhatchee Trail, Orlando. Season tickets are $26 for general audiences and $22 for seniors and Valencia students, staff and alumni. Details: 407-582-2900.
East Orlando campus:
Night of January 16th: Oct. 8-17. Ayn Rand drama.
Desire Under the Elms: Nov. 12-20. Eugene O'Neill drama.
Into the Woods: Feb. 18-27. Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical.
Florida Play Competition: April 13-17. Winner of annual contest.
Still Life: June 10-19. Emily Mann drama.
Performances of The Guys will be at the Tupperware Theatre at Orlando Repertory Theatre, 1001 E. Princeton St., Orlando. Performances of other shows will be announced later. Details: 407-447-5290.
The Guys: Sept. 4-19. Anne Nelson drama.
WEKIVA RIVER PLAYERS
Performances of Fiddler on the Roof will be at Millennium Hall, Walt Griffin Auditorium, 21 Lakeview Drive, Sanford. Other performance spaces will be announced. Details: wekivariverplayers.org or 407-262-1801.
Fiddler on the Roof: Oct. 8-17. Jerry Bock-Sheldon Harnick-Joseph Stein musical.
Noises Off: March 4-22. Michael Frayn farce.
The Sound of Music: Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein II-Howard Lindsay-Russel Crouse musical.
WINTER PARK PLAYHOUSE
The theater is at 711-B Orange Ave., Winter Park. Five-show season tickets are $95 and $125 for general audiences, $95 and $115 for seniors. Details: winterparkplayhouse.org or 407-645-0145.
Celebrate Me Home!: Nov. 12-20 and Dec. 3-11. Musical revue of holiday songs.
I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change: Jan. 28-Feb. 19. Return of Jimmy Roberts-Joe DiPietro musical revue.
Dames at Sea: April 1-23. George Haimsohn-Robin Miller-Jim Wise musical.
Let's Face the Music and Dance -- A Song and Dance Tribute to Fred Astaire: Sept. 9-Oct. 1, 2005. Musical revue.
Family holiday musical to be announced: Nov. 11-19 and Dec. 2-10, 2005.