‘Wicked’ cabaret will help Broadway Cares and Orange arts-ed center

Cast members from the national tour of Wicked, in Orlando for the next month or so, will perform in a cabaret show to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and the Orange County Arts Education Center.

The place? The new Mezz, the events space owned by Florida Theatrical Association at the corner of Pine Street and Eola Drive in Thornton Park.

Details here:

Our Wicked Romance: A Jazz Cabaret
Monday, March 14, 2011 at 7:30 pm
The Mezz at 100 South Eola Drive, Orlando

Join company members from the 1st National Tour of Wicked for one night only as they step out of their roles in the hit musical and perform some of their favorite music, dance, and comedy numbers to benefit Broadway Cares and the Orange County Arts Education Center.  The cast includes Stefanie Brown (Nessarose), Paul Slade Smith (Dr. Dillamond), Justin Brill (Boq) and Mariand Torres (Elphaba Standby).   Experience Our Wicked Romance in Orlando’s new space, The Mezz, located in the Sanctuary on Eola Drive, provided by Florida Theatrical Association, Orlando’s Broadway Across America presenter.

Tickets are $45.00 for all cabaret style seating
Seats will be reserved as  ticket purchases are received
Cash bar available
Live and silent auction featuring exclusive Wicked items:

  • A walk-on role in one Wicked Orlando performance
  • A backstage tour with Glinda
  • A “Greening” of Elphaba experience
  • Memorabilia from the show
  • Signed Wicked posters


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