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  • 'A Slow Ride' is a warmly comic trip

     'A Slow Ride' is a warmly comic trip
    The three women of "A Slow Ride," a new play by Joseph Reed Hayes, are taking a family road trip like no other. Each month, sassy senior Jezebel returns to the home she once shared with her husband, accompanied by her daughter Sue and granddaughter...
  • Wanzie Presents announces fall 2013 season

     Wanzie Presents announces fall 2013 season
    Wanzie Presents has announced its upcoming shows in the Footlight Theatre, located inside the Parliament House resort at 410 N Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando. As usual, the shows are heavy on laughs, with a comic Christmas offering in the mix. For more...
  • Puppet cinema troupe brings 'Planet Egg' to Baltimore

    Puppet cinema troupe brings 'Planet Egg' to Baltimore
    Eggs, cabbage, celery, beets — not great ingredients for an omelet, perhaps, but ideal for a multimedia genre defined as "puppet cinema." Welcome to "Planet Egg," a show taking over the Baltimore Theatre Project for the weekend with a mix of...
  • Orlando Fringe hit 'Key of E' will return

     Orlando Fringe hit 'Key of E' will return
    If you missed "Key of E" at this year's Orlando International Fringe Festival, it's returning for another run, with a few cast changes. Joel Warren and Amanda Warren will both join the cast of Orlando musician Andy Matchett's apocalyptic rock musical in...
  • Takeoff on a classic, 'Li'l Women: A Rap Musical' to be staged in Eustis

    Takeoff on a classic, 'Li'l Women: A Rap Musical' to be staged in Eustis
    EUSTIS — In "Li'l Women: A Rap Musical," the familiar characters based on Louisa May Alcott's 19th-century classic novel wear costumes of the period in front of traditional scenery, speaking in the language of the day. Then the cast breaks into...
  • It takes all kinds: Fringe Fest is 50 shows in Jefferson Park

    It takes all kinds: Fringe Fest is 50 shows in Jefferson Park
    Now in its fourth year, the Chicago Fringe Festival moves from Pilsen to Jefferson Park, offering 50 shows at five venues through Sept. 8, along with ancillary shenanigans (lady arm wrestlers and an "air sex competition") at Fringe Central, aka Fischman...
  • Alan Bounville, who walked 6,000 miles for equality, visits Rollins for 'Laramie Project'

     Alan Bounville, who walked 6,000 miles for equality, visits Rollins for 'Laramie Project'
    Activist Alan Bounville will soon travel from his New York City home to give a talk at Rollins College. It's not a long trip, a few hours by plane. That's nothing for Bounville. The former Orlando resident spent two years walking more than 6,000 miles...
  • 'The Boy Who Stole the Sun' returns with adult, children's versions

     'The Boy Who Stole the Sun' returns with adult, children's versions
    WHAT: Orlando Fringe Festival hit "The Boy Who Stole the Sun" will return for a limited run at The Venue beginning Friday, Sept. 20. The adult fable follows the exploits of 11-year-old Jaxson during one summer in which he finds his first love —...
  • Theater review: 'Disenchanted' from Florida Theatrical Association

     Theater review: 'Disenchanted' from Florida Theatrical Association
    When "Disenchanted" made its debut at the Orlando Fringe Festival in 2011, it had a different title — one that rhymes with "Witches of the Kingdom." The change in name aptly signifies how this show has matured, from one that would use a coarse...
  • Orlando actor Michael Colavolpe dances onto 'Mamma Mia!' national tour

    Orlando actor Michael Colavolpe dances onto 'Mamma Mia!' national tour
    Orlando actor Michael Colavolpe answers his phone while lugging a load of laundry back to his rented apartment in New York City. "I can't remember the last time I used a Laundromat — maybe 20 years ago," he says. "I had to ask people, 'Do they...
  • Orlando Fringe needs items for Ivanhoe Village rummage sale

    Orlando Fringe needs items for Ivanhoe Village rummage sale
    Do you have unwanted stuff? Perhaps a garage full? A closet bursting at the seams? Well, the Orlando Fringe Festival wants it. On Saturday, Aug. 10 — which just happens to be National Garage Sale Day — Ivanhoe Village Main Street will team...