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Fringe promotes festival-related flash mob

Beth Marshall writes about a flash mob planned for May, as a way to promote the Fringe. The festival itself isn’t putting this one together, she says.

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Open call for cat owner to talk up Purina Cat Chow

Here’s a casting call for someone who likes cats:

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Miss Didi goes Broadway

Well, here’s a star in the making. Orlando’s own Douglas McGeoch, aka Didi Panache, has won a walk-on in the current Broadway revival of La Cage aux Folles.

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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.

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Ticket deal for ‘Some Girl(s)’ — today

Facebook informs me there’s a deal on tickets to today’s matinée of Greater Orlando Actors Theatre’s production of Some Girl(s). If you’re a Facebook member, this applies to you:

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More on the mysterious ‘Project: F’

Yesterday I ran an audition notice for Project: F, a theater project spearheaded by Aradhana Tiwari and others. Here’s more info on what exactly it is:

Orlando performance art company brings Facebook to the stage

Orlando company Play the Moment Productions will debut its newest devised piece, Project: F, June 11 through June 20 at Lowndes Shakespeare Center.

There is an era that future generations will refer to as “B.F.”: Before Facebook.

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