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Garden Theatre announces 2011-2012 season

It’s new-season-announcement time, and the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden is the latest to make the leap. Here’s what’s coming up in 2011-2012 for the Garden:

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Garden Theatre needs box-office person

The Garden Theatre has posted this job notice for a box-office associate:

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Garden Theatre looking for volunteers

The Garden Theatre in Winter Garden is looking for some volunteers to take tickets, usher, work at the concession stand and do other useful stuff. Volunteer-training sessions are coming up. Here’s more:

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Theater auditions: ‘The Sound of Music’ in Winter Garden

Here’s an audition announcement from the Garden Theatre:

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A few more things about Kate (from Peg)

Sunday night I was lucky enough to take part in a celebration of Kate Singleton’s life at the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden. This really was a celebration, and it was marked by some real eloquence from a bunch of Orlando-area theater people.

Peg O’Keef couldn’t be there (she’s opening Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at Mad Cow on Friday), but she sent along these lovely remarks:

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Details set for Kate Singleton’s memorial

Here are the details for the memorial for actor Kate Singleton, who died of an aneurysm Dec. 17:

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Garden Theatre plans music-tribute series

This isn’t strictly theater,  but some theater names are attached to this upcoming series of tribute concerts planned for the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden:

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Theater review: ‘A Christmas Carol’ in Winter Garden

By Elizabeth Maupin

Ebenezer Scrooge’s housekeeper, the forbidding Mrs. Dilber, doesn’t often show up in the opening scene of Charles Dickens’ famous Christmas tale.

But in A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas, Michael Wilson’s adaptation of the Dickens classic, Mrs. Dilber not only makes an appearance at the start of Christmas Eve, but she utters a pointed warning.

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Garden offers discount for Fringe fans

The Garden Theatre is offering $5 off tickets for the Beth Marshall Presents production of A Christmas Carol if you know this code from the Orlando Fringe.

Just buy your tickets online (at gardentheatre.org) and, when you get to the place to enter a discount code, type “FRINGERULES” (minus the quotes).

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Garden Theatre looking for film-fest producer

Here’s a job posting from the Garden Theatre:

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Garden Theatre needs volunteers

Winter Garden‘s Garden Theatre is looking for volunteers, and its next orientation sessions are coming up, beginning this weekend. Here’s the whole story:

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Auditions: ‘A Christmas Carol’ in Winter Garden

Here’s a repeat of an audition notice I’ve already run, with the addition that Beth Marshall Presents is especially looking for African-American actors — especially young men — for its production of A Christmas Carol.

Dennis Neal will play Scrooge in the production, but all other roles are open.

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Theater auditions: ‘A Christmas Carol’ in Winter Garden

Here an audition notice for the Beth Marshall production of A Christmas Carol:

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Garden Theatre to train volunteers

The Garden Theatre in Winter Garden is looking for volunteers to help during its summer movie series. Training will be Saturday morning June 5 at the theater.

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On ‘Joseph’ in Winter Garden

Here’s a note from Thad Seymour, president emeritus of Rollins College, who played Potiphar last night in the Garden Theatre production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat:

Before I go to bed, I must write to you about Joseph at The Garden Theatre in Winter Garden.  Wow!

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Opening this week

Here’s a roundup of what’s starting up this week in Orlando and area theater:

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Garden Theatre sets 2010-2011 season

Here’s the news from the Garden Theater in Winter Garden, where there’ll be some new stuff and some old stuff next season (and where I hear that Dennis Neal will be playing Scrooge):

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Openings this week

Here’s a new feature — a list of local theater openings every week.

Here you go:

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