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If you're allergic to culture, good luck avoiding the Orlando Fringe Festival, currently in full swing through May 28. The annual celebration of theater, music, dance and art is expanding beyond Loch Haven Park this year, with performances at Theatre...
Orlando musician Dave Mann always looks happy. Even in the midst of organizing a slate of more than 20 local bands for Saturday's Jambando concert series, Mann is rarely seen without his Cheshire-cat grin. One of the founders of that series, which...
Bob Kodzis is sitting across from me in a coffee shop. And he is on. His hands are flying. His topics are ever-changing. Over the course of 60 seconds, he does a magic trick, teaches me the Japanese symbol for "listening" and introduces me to a word...
Like many musicians, Orlando singer, songwriter and bandleader Andy Matchett has spent time searching for chords and melodies that no one has ever heard. In his latest project, however, Matchett — known for his work in such highly regarded Orlando...
It's my final column of the year and, for that matter, the new millennium — not to mention of all time. Unless it isn't. I'm so confused. Anyhow, let's look at the highs and lows of 2012 — not that you have much choice if you're going to...
There is much to love about this place we call home. That's why, at this time of year, I like to take a break from the intense and the nonsense to share some of the things that I'm most thankful for in Central Florida. Last year, readers helped me...
It's time to rate the Cirques, now that I've seen "Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour," which played at the O-rena last week. What? We have to call it by that mundane name? Oh, all right, I'm gritting my teeth … Amway Center. Of the Cirque du...
Tags: Ellen DeGeneres, Coconut, Max von Sydow, Lawyers, Festive Events
Chicago will loosen winter's gloomy grip by exerting some powerful literary muscle. In the next three months, award-winning Chicago-based writers such as Don De Grazia, Nami Mun and Stuart Dybek will give readings. And don't miss a local mystery author...
"Unspeakable," a unauthorized show about the late comedian Richard Pryor, will be performed before an invited audience at the Marriott Hotel in downtown Chicago on Friday. The non-public performance is an attempt to secure backers for a commercial...
Tags: James Murray, Concerts, Richard Pryor, Entertainment, Music
You know, a lot of people tell me their favorite part of the column is the obituaries. I'm really hurt. It is, however, that time of year to remember the A&E folks we lost in the past 12 months. Two-time Oscar winner Elizabeth Taylor died in March,...
Jeffrey Sweet--Victory Gardens playwright, New York resident, chronicler of improv history--has had a success at the New York Fringe Festival with his one-man show, "You Only Shoot the Ones You Love," which he describes as the story of his dealings with...
Jeffrey Sweet lives in New York, but he's a Victory Gardens playwright and a man long compelled by the history of Chicago theater. So he said this week that he plans to bring his current hit from the New York Fringe Festival to town. Briefly, for now. ...
Tags: Del Close, ImprovOlympic, New York
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Dec 29, 2011 |Column| Chicago Tribune
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