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Shakespeare, Molière, musical romps, contemporary classics, comedies of all Jordi Galcerán's descriptions, cutting-edge new work — theater in Southern California is varied, plentiful and far-flung, from the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego and...
Hartford CourantWilliam Shakespeare’s “Land of the Dead: A True Account of the Zombie Plague of 1599,” will open the 2012-13 season for Middletown’s junior and teen repertory theater company, The Oddfellows Playhouse. This play by John Heimbuch,...
Beth Marshall Presents' 2012-13 season runs the gamut from an Orlando premiere to a Neil Simon classic, and the company takes over production of "Play-in-a-Day" as well. The Orlando premiere is "American Alphabet," written and performed by Lisa Cordes....
Coming off the most successful season in its 21-year history, the Orlando International Fringe Festival will expand into a nearby neighborhood and increase the number of shows it offers next spring. The move follows a 23 percent increase in attendance at...
Orlando Sentinel theater criticVAMPIRE LESBIANS OF SODOM: Watching this show was like seeing an Orlando Fringe Festival production rise from the dead. At about 75 minutes long, Charles Busch's comedy is suitably Fringe-length. Plus you have the men in drag, the campiness of it all, the...
email@example.comBess Wohl's young eyes were wide in wonder when she first stepped inside a Broadway theater to watch Sandy Duncan fly over the audience as Peter Pan. She can remember the lights going down at the start of the play — "a moment of utter potential...
Hartford CourantEfforts to raise funds to produce "Independents," the musical with a book by Marina Keegan, the journalist-playwright who died in a car accident last weekend after graduating magna cum laude from Yale, took a big jump this week. The Kickerstarter...
"Everybody Loves Chlamydia" is a funny concept in search of a more consistent show. In Bobby Desormier's over-the-top story, basic human characteristics are personified, rather like Greek gods. So we have Promiscuity, Lust, Chastity, Sexual Frustration...
I first heard Paul Strickland sing at a late-night karaoke party on the Fringe lawn. I was almost to the parking lot, but his voice was arresting enough to make me stop and turn to see who had such golden pipes. Strickland shows off his singing with a few...
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Orlando Fringe Festival veteran Timothy Mooney is using his time slot at the Fringe to present a retrospective of the various works he has performed through the years. During the festival's last weekend, Mooney will offer one new show — "The...
Editor's note: This review is of the original I.D.10-T production of "Bouncers," staged last fall. The version presented at the Orlando Fringe Festival will be condensed to 55 minutes. Englishman John Godber's play "Bouncers," written about young...
Tags: Arts and Culture
“Gay Bar Star: Return from the Big House” is the latest vehicle for the super-sized voice and stage presence of Orlando cabaret favorite Janine Klein, who channels her alter-ego with a formidable combination of skill, style and comedic timing....
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