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The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra's "My Funny Valentine" on Saturday was billed as a program of romantic music, but it wasn't all boy-meets-girl. Featuring Michael Andrew and Swingerhead, the concert was just as much a love letter to musical theater...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelIt's a big day for Daniel Tosh, the comedian who grew up in Titusville and graduated from the University of Central Florida. He starts his fifth season of “Tosh.0″ at 10 p.m. Tuesday on Comedy Central. The comedy says that Tosh will unveil a...
Michael Andrew rode the height of the 1990s swing revival and now is playing the Broadway game with his musical, "The Nutty Professor." But Saturday he comes back to his roots as he performs American standards with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra and...
Central Florida's theaters will be bursting with famous names during February — but they're names from the page, not on the stage. Plays presented around the region will boast some of the most famed names in literature, from ancient Greek writer...
When the touring production of C.S. Lewis' "The Screwtape Letters" visited Orlando's Plaza Live at the very end of 2011, I found it an enjoyably theatrical morality tale. The tour returns to Orlando this weekend for two performances, this time at the...
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Sentinel School Zone - Orlando SentinelMiddle- and high-school musicians who participate in the A Gift for Music Orchestra in Orange County will get a behind-the-scenes look at an established orchestra on Saturday. The students, who attend low-income schools in Orange County, will attend a...
It was gratifying to see so many seats filled in the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre Sunday afternoon as the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra presented a rare matinee performance of a concert not part of its pops series. Renowned violinist Sarah Chang was...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Music Industry, Samuel Barber, Music, Culture
"The Book of Mormon," the hottest show to hit Broadway in recent years, will headline Florida Theatrical Association's 25th anniversary season in Orlando. Florida Theatrical Association confirmed the booking, which had been widely anticipated, on...
Violinist Sarah Chang recorded her first album in 1991 at the age of 10, so for more than two decades music fans everywhere have had access to her interpretations of the world's best-known classical works. But when Chang, 32, comes to Orlando this...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Samuel Barber, Culture
After each side vowed to go it alone, the leaders of the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts and the organization that presents touring Broadway shows in Orlando are back at the negotiating table. The renewed negotiations represent a last-...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Tourism and Leisure, Orlando, Buddy Dyer, Arts
Politics is no stranger to the performing arts. Some scholars point to Shakespeare's "Macbeth" and his history plays as cries against the ruling class of his times. There's a whole branch of contemporary theater — usually called agitprop —...
Tags: Arts and Culture, China, Dance, Arts, Music
In the continuing saga of who will present Broadway shows at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts when it opens in the fall of 2014, both the center and the current presenter wrote open letters to the community this week. The letters lay...
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