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It's not every production that gets a standing ovation before the actors even hit the stage. But such was the case on opening night of Mad Cow Theatre's production of "Sunday in the Park With George." Of course, the applause wasn't as much for the show...
Tags: Music Theater, Entertainment, Theater, Fine Artists, Music
Can Mad Cow Theatre jolt new life into Church Street? Faced with uncertainty over an Orlando Magic team without superstar Dwight Howard and the heady days of the Amway Center's opening just a memory, city officials and nearby restaurateurs hope so....
It has been a long time coming, but on Saturday Mad Cow Theatre will finally open its new Church Street digs — above Five Guys Burgers, a block off Orange Avenue in downtown Orlando. "You've probably heard us mention an opening date, then move...
Don't be surprised if starting Monday you hear the occasional round of applause on the streets of downtown Orlando. Each day during October, a different live performance will take place on the city's sidewalks, in plazas and parks. A pianist will tickle...
When it comes to construction, arts leaders have found it's a long, complicated road to opening night. A tangle of regulations, financing and artistic decisions must be overcome before the curtain rises, though projects in several high-profile Central...
Mad Cow Theatre's next season will combine classic plays such as"Death of a Salesman" with the big-name musical "Dreamgirls" and the just-closed Broadway offering"Other Desert Cities." It's a season high on name recognition with works by Neil Simon,...
Orlando Sentinel theater criticAt the heart of Mad Cow Theatre's three-actor version of Macbeth is a rich vein of twisted malice. It's there in the way Sophia Wise slowly rocks back and forth on her heels in anticipation of Macbeth's downfall. And the way Michael Sapp's eyes glitter...
When the Mad Cow Theatre planned its 2011-12 theater season, the name Trayvon Martin was not yet a household name. But now as the nation watches the real-life developments in the Martin case, Mad Cow presents a fictionalized courtroom drama in Reginald...
All y'all all know that we have an abundance of good actors in our fair city. No, they aren't as famous as Magic players — and they certainly aren't paid as much — but they provide much more entertainment and they give much more back to the...
A successful staging ofNoel Coward's"Private Lives" means pulling off a tricky balancing act with precision — several balancing acts, in fact. Perhaps director Timothy Williams is also a tightrope walker, because in Mad Cow Theatre's production...
Tags: Entertainment, Noel Coward, Culture, Arts and Culture, Sociology
Hedda Gabler is one tough cookie to love. Heck, let's set the bar lower: She's tough to like. Keep in mind I'm talking about the title character of Henrik Ibsen's play, not the current production at Mad Cow Theatre in which there's plenty to like. Ibsen...
Tags: Animals, Henrik Ibsen, Arts and Culture
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...
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