'A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte,' by Georges Seurat
Mad Cow Theatre is just hinting at what will make up its 15th season, which will start out in the two current theater spaces on Magnolia Avenue and move, in January 2012, to 54 W. Church St.
But they’ve opened up about one thing, and it’s a biggie: The musical opening the new theater spaces, from Jan. 27 to Feb. 19, 2012, is Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Sunday in the Park With George.
Posted in 2011-2012 seasons, Cabaret, Orlando theater, Performance space, Regional theater
Tagged Central Florida, james lapine, mad cow theatre, Musical theatre, Orlando Florida, stephen sondheim, Sunday in the Park with George, Theatre
A bunch of familiar Central Florida musical-theater people have signed on for cabaret shows this summer and fall at Winter Park Playhouse:
- Heather Alexander and Laura Hodos, Aug. 10 and 11 (corrected dates).
- Kevin Kelly and Kate O’Neal, Sept. 22 and 23.
- Natalie Cordone, Oct. 26 and 27.
- Brian and Melissa Minyard, Nov. 10 and 11.
Posted in Cabaret, Orlando theater, Regional theater, Uncategorized
Tagged Brian Minyard, Central Florida, Heather Alexander, Kate O'Neal, kevin kelly, laura hodos, Melissa Minyard, Musical theatre, Natalie Cordine, Winter Park Florida, winter park playhouse
Here’s an audition notice from the Cocoa Village Playhouse:
Here’s an audition announcement from director Janine Papin at Trinity Preparatory School:
Here’s an audition notice from Airhead Productions for two recent and little-known musicals: Greenroom, a New College Musical and Convenience. Both will be performed this summer at Orlando Rep.
Here’s an audition notice for a Fringe show:
Posted in Auditions, Fringe festivals, New plays, Orlando theater, Theater festivals
Tagged Audition, Beer: The Musical, Fringe, Fringe theatre, Musical theatre, orlando international fringe theatre festival, Theatre, University of Central Florida
Denise Kline, the mother of an 11-year-old who has been active in musical theater, wants to start a theater club for kids 10-13. The club will be in east Orlando so the child would have to have transportation to get out that way.
Sounds like a nice idea and a wonderful way to get kids going to theater.
Here’s Denise’s request and a way to get in touch with her:
Here’s an audition notice from Jill Craddock for a Fringe show, Once Upon a Pill:
By Elizabeth Maupin
Elizabeth Maupin on Theater
When it comes to style over substance, Chicago beats most musicals hands down. Of course, that’s the point of Chicago, in a high-energy revival at Theatre Downtown – that corruption and murder are fine with us Americans as long as they’re handled with flair.
Posted in Community theater, Orlando theater, Reviews, Uncategorized
Tagged #arts, Bob Fosse, chicago, Musical theatre, Roxie Hart, steve mackinnon, Theatre, theatre downtown, Velma Kelly