Play the Moment wants you away from that keyboard

I know I’m not the only one who spends too much time on Facebook, so lots of you may be interested in Play the Moment’s round of discussions next weekend, all of which are devoted to how Facebook interacts with our lives in the arts.

As a precursor to a show called Project F (F stands for Facebook), which is now scheduled for January 2011, Play the Moment is presenting a trio of programs about Orlando artists and creative types and, not so incidentally, how they relate to Facebook. The results will go into the making of Project F.

If you’re on the fence about showing, heed the promise that there will be free wine.

Here’s the full story:

Play the Moment presents FaceTIME: A Series Featuring Orlando Artists September 9, 10, & 11, 2010

FaceTIME is a series featuring Orlando artists with a diverse set of artistic disciplines, from a variety of creative institutions, all coming together to form a conversation. All of the FaceTIME events will thread into R&D for Project F: A Deconstruction of Facebook, now scheduled to open in January of 2011.

All FaceTIME events will be hosted at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center in the Goldman Theater, 812 E. Rollins St. in Orlando, FL. Admission is $10 at the door. For reservations please email contact@playthemoment.com or call 321-662-0611.

September 9, 2010 at 8 pm at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center in the Goldman, FaceTIME with Beth Marshall, Dewey Chaffee  & Douglas McGeoch

Fresh off of the Fringe Circuit, don’t miss the opportunity for FaceTIME with this talented trio! Orlando International Fringe producer, writer/director/actor, jack of all creative trades Beth Marshall shares her insight on how to be successful with Fringe festivals across the world. Joined by her hilariously stunning and multi-talented cast members, Dewey Chaffee and Douglas McGeoch, uncover the good, the bad and the ugly about being on tour!

Hosted by Play the Moment at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center in the Goldman Theater, 812 E. Rollins St. in Orlando, FL. Admission is $10 at the door. For reservations please email contact@playthemoment.com or call 321-662-0611.

September 10, 2010 at 8 pm at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center in the Goldman, FaceTIME with Dennis Neal & John DiDonna

How well do you know Dennis Neal? How about John DiDonna? You’ve seen their names on countless posters and press materials, you’ve experienced their work, you may have even taken an acting class from them, but do you truly know their stories? Don’t miss this riveting night celebrating two multi-talented artisans. Much like Inside the Actor’s Studio, nestle in for FaceTIME with these very prominent and influential creatives. Discover their artistic journey, work ethic and creative philosophies, all wrapped up in their unique brand of wonderful humor.

Hosted by Play the Moment at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center in the Goldman Theater, 812 E. Rollins St. in Orlando, FL. Admission is $10 at the door. For reservations please email contact@playthemoment.com or call 321-662-0611.

September 11, 2010 at 3 pm at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center in the Goldman, FaceTIME with Elizabeth Maupin, Mark Baratelli, Terry Olson, Margaret Nolan, Cole NeSmith, Billy Manes, Paul Castaneda, Genevieve Bernard, Wade Hair, Margot Haliday Knight

Can you picture all of the above Orlando creative figures having a discussion about Facebook? Don’t miss THE panel discussion of our time: What affect have social media and Facebook specifically had on the arts community as a whole, Orlando artists and production in general? Come join in the debate, artists and patrons!

Call to all Facebook-onians: Stop typing. Show Up For FaceTIME!
This series will feature Orlando creative figures Beth Marshall, John DiDonna, Dennis Neal, Paul Castaneda, Genevieve Bernard, Wade Hair, Elizabeth Maupin, Mark Baratelli, Terry Olson, Margaret Nolan, Cole NeSmith, Billy Manes, Dewey Chaffee, Douglas McGeoch, Margot Haliday Knight and Aradhana Tiwari. The series will be hosted in the Goldman Theater of the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 E. Rollins St. in Orlando. Admission is free with a suggested donation. Free wine will also be served.

For more information, email contact@playthemoment.com.

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