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  • ‘Grinchmas Wholiday Spectacular’: Not a bad seat in the house

     
    I revisited the “Grinchmas Wholiday Spectacular” retelling of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” this holiday season at Universal Orlando's Islands of Adventure. There's still time to catch it; the show runs several times each day...
  • After Rose Parade 2013, where and when to see floats

     
    After Rose Parade 2013, where and when to see floats...
  • Students get a taste of the theater as part of Read Across America

     
    Bill Cordell performs Dr. Seuss for 200 students at SunRidge Elementary as part of Read Across America As part of Read Across America, the annual nationwide celebration of Dr. Seuss's birthday, the Screen Actors Guild got in on the act. The group, which...
  • HBO’s Phil Spector movie showcases Al Pacino and Helen Mirren

     
    The HBO original movie Phil Spector — a fictional account written by playwright David Mamet (Glengarry Glen Ross) — explores the relationship between Phil Spector (Al Pacino) and defense attorney Linda Kenney Baden (Helen Mirren), who...
  • Orlando writer/artist wins award named for Dr. Seuss

     
    Ethan Long of Orlando has won the prestigious Theodor Seuss Geisel Award from the American Library Association. Long wrote and illustrated “Up, Tall and High!” And it was named the most distinguished beginning reader book. “It tugs at my...
  • Auditions: In the Limelight children’s shows

     
    Here's an audition notice from In the Limelight, a performing-arts school for children and teens, about its next productions: In the Limelight Musical Auditions May 6 Orlando, Florida – In the Limelight, a performing arts school and production...
  • The Old Globe's 2011-2012 season to include to four world premieres

     
    The Old Globe in San Diego announced it will produce the world premieres of four new plays and musicals the Old Globe's upcoming 2011-2012 season. The winter season will feature the world premiere musicals "Some Lovers," by Burt Bacharach and Steven...
  • Mom's bookshelf, in the Kellogg house

     
    One of the few books Carolyn Kellogg's mom kept around was T.S. Eliot's "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats."...
  • Brother’s composition, ‘Tall and the Small,’ honors Jonathan May

     
    In the May family, music is not only a vocation and a passion, it can be a tribute. Music educator and conductor Jonathan May, who taught thousands of budding Central Florida musicians, will be honored with the debut of a new symphonic work by his...
  • Nearly 8,000 saw Howard Middle School’s ‘Seussical’ play

     
    “A person's a person, no matter how small.”  — Seussical                     The students came in busloads from as far away as Zellwood Elementary to see and hear “Seussical Jr.” put on by 65 students at Howard Middle...
  • Ted Turner talks wind power and baseball at Anaheim conference

     
    Media mogul Ted Turner opened the wind industry’s largest national conference Monday morning with the kind of feisty, fist-pumping comments that have become his calling card. “I’ve been accused of being full of hot air most of my life,...