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  • Stephan Jones returns to 'Sweeney Todd'

     Stephan Jones returns to 'Sweeney Todd'
    Orlando's Clandestine-ARTS theater troupe is bringing that demon barber of Fleet Street, one Mr. Sweeney Todd, to the stage this week. Stephen Sondheim's musical opens Thursday, Jan. 9, at The Venue in Orlando. According to Clandestine-ARTS, the theater...
  • Science-play festival debuts at Mad Cow Theatre

     Science-play festival debuts at Mad Cow Theatre
    Denise Gillman did not like science as a child. "Science and math were a mystery to me," she says. "I couldn't connect to it." But today Gillman routinely deals with science — even though she's a college professor in the theater department....
  • Mad Cow Theatre opens dysfunctional-family comedy 'Table Manners'

     Mad Cow Theatre opens dysfunctional-family comedy 'Table Manners'
    WHAT: Mad Cow Theatre's next production will be Alan Ayckbourn's "Table Manners," a comedy that follows that intertwining lives of siblings and their significant others during a weekend in the British countryside. The action takes place around the...
  • Melissa Mason Braillard kicks off CFCArts' Spotlight Series with 'Resolutions'

    Melissa Mason Braillard kicks off CFCArts' Spotlight Series with 'Resolutions'
    Central Florida Community Arts begins its 2014 Spotlight Series with a one-woman cabaret show titled "Resolutions." Melissa Mason Braillard will perform an eclectic night of music, which CFCArts says showcases "the risks we take, decisions we make and...
  • Mad Cow Theatre opens 'Light in the Piazza'

     Mad Cow Theatre opens 'Light in the Piazza'
    WHAT: Mad Cow Theatre opens the Tony award-winning musical "The Light in the Piazza" this Friday, Dec. 6. Set in Florence and Rome in 1953, "The Light in the Piazza" tells of Clara, a young American tourist who falls for an Italian man. Her mother opposes...
  • Theater review: 'The Light in the Piazza' from Mad Cow Theatre

    Theater review: 'The Light in the Piazza' from Mad Cow Theatre
    A simple set of marble-like arches belies the complexity of "The Light in the Piazza." The Tony-winning musical, onstage at Orlando's Mad Cow Theatre, is a youthful romance. And a look at family dynamics. And an ode to middle-age regret. And a study...
  • United Arts awards 2014 operating grants

     United Arts awards 2014 operating grants
    Signature arts groups such as the Orlando Ballet, Orlando Shakespeare Theater and the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park will receive more money for operating expenses from United Arts than last year. But others, such as Orlando Museum of Art, the...
  • Theater review: 'Other Desert Cities' from Mad Cow Theatre

     Theater review: 'Other Desert Cities' from Mad Cow Theatre
    Politics, family, Christmas. For many, this would be a toxic mix. For the Wyeths of Palm Springs there's an added complication: Daughter Brooke has written a memoir that will shine new light on an old family scandal. That scandal involves Brooke's...
  • Theater review: 'The Mountaintop' from Mad Cow Theatre

    Theater review: 'The Mountaintop' from Mad Cow Theatre
    On my daily commute, I drive along a road named in honor of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and pass a motel signboard that reads "Keep the dream alive — MLK." That message was added in January right around the national holiday that bears King's...
  • Mad Cow Theatre in Orlando struggles to find financial footing

    Mad Cow Theatre in Orlando struggles to find financial footing
    An anonymous gift of $100,000 will go a long way toward strengthening the financial position of Orlando's Mad Cow Theatre, executives say. But will the recent donation go far enough? Mad Cow's profile rose dramatically when the City Council approved a...
  • Mad Cow Theatre imagines Martin Luther King's last hours in 'The Mountaintop'

     Mad Cow Theatre imagines Martin Luther King's last hours in 'The Mountaintop'
    Behind the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s great speeches and civil-rights breakthroughs was a man, like every man, plagued with doubt, fear and hope. That's a key aspect of Katori Hall's "The Mountaintop," say the those involved in staging the play at...