Tag Archives: Theatre

IceHouse plans its Cubie Awards

It’s the end of most theaters’ seasons, and the IceHouse Theatre in Mount Dora is one busily planning its annual end-of-season awards, the Cubies. They’re happening June 18, and if you’re set on going you must RSVP. Here are all the details:

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Another good year for Fringe, by the numbers

Orlando’s Fringe Festival sold more than 2,200 show tickets than it did in 2010, producing artistic director Beth Marshall announced today. The numbers of tickets sold — 20,139  — was almost equal to the number sold in 2008, still the biggest year for the Fringe.

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From the Fringe: (Almost) final count of sold-out shows

From Fringe producing artistic director Beth Marshall, her count of the Fringe’s sold-out shows (missing some of the Patrons’ Pick shows that may sell out today but haven’t yet). Congrats to all involved!:

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Marshall to leave Fringe

Beth Marshall, producing artistic director of the Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival, announced Sunday night she is leaving the Fringe immediately to devote herself to producing theater.

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Theatre Winter Haven announces ’11-’12 season

Here’s the coming season from Theatre Winter Haven:

Fringe announces another Patrons’ Pick (and a lot of sell-outs)

David Lee’s Thom Pain (based on nothing), by playwright Will Eno, has been added to the Patrons’ Pick shows at the Orlando Fringe. It will have an additional performance at 3:45 p.m. Monday May 30 in the yellow venue (the Goldman Theater).

Also, congrats to all the folks who made possible shows with sell-out crowds:

Fringe plans Sunday-night graduation party

Fringe is still in full swing on its final weekend, but the Sunday-night “graduation party” — the awards show — is rapidly approaching.

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Radio Rickshaw plans live show at Fringe

For Fringers sitting around with no shows to see on Friday night (that’s tonight, in case you’ve lost track), here’s an alternative: Radio Rickshaw’s live show, to be recorded 6-30-7:30 p.m. from the Outdoor Stage.

Here’s more:

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‘Bitches’ to move to Parliament House for Gay Days

Lisa Sleeper and Robyn Scrivener in 'Bitches of the Kingdom!'

The Oops Guys’ Bitches of the Kingdom!, probably the biggest hit at this year’s Fringe, already has a follow-up date — June 3 and 4 at the Parliament House for Gay Days.

Here’s the full info from presenter Michael Wanzie:

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Wednesday’s news from the Fringe

Fringe is in full swing, with what seem like hordes of theatergoers descending on Loch Haven Park every night. So here’s a compendium of Fringe news from the festival’s George Wallace, beginning with a list of shows that have had sold-out performances. If you’re planning to go to one of these shows, or any other, get your tickets early! They’re available online or at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center and Orlando Repertory Theatre in Loch Haven Park.

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Wayburn and Didi want to help you out

Didi Panache (Douglas McGeoch) and Wayburn Sassy (Dewey Chaffee)

Dewey Chaffee and Douglas McGeoch, creators of the Fringe’s celebrated characters Wayburn Sassy and Didi Panache (and this year’s Winifred and Gerald), have a nice idea to help out other potential Fringe participants.

They’re creating a scholarship fund for new Fringe performers. Here’s the announcement from Dewey:

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Theater auditions: ‘Peter Pan’ in DeLand

Here’s an audition announcement from the Sands Youth Theater Company:

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Theater auditions: The Rep’s next season

Here’s an audition notice from Orlando Repertory Theatre for its 2011-2012 season:

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Part-time, year-round job available for Fringe

Here’s notice of a part-time, year-round job available from the Fringe Festival:

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Fringe Fest seeking outdoor vendors

Here’s your chance to find an audience for those perfect cupcakes or try out your cornbread recipe on a wider public The Orlando Fringe is still looking for vendors to ply their trade (edible or non-) on what producer Beth Marshall calls the Green Lawn of Fabulousness — the green space between Orlando Repertory Theatre and Orlando Museum of Art in Loch Haven Park.

Here’s more from the Fringe:

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Orlando Shakes needs wardrobe personnel

Here’s a job announcement from George Hamrah at Orlando Shakespeare Theater:

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Theater auditions: ‘All the Great Books (abridged)’ in Clermont

Here’s an audition announcement from the Moonlight Players:

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Orlando Rep announces 2011-2012 season

Here’s the coming season from Orlando Repertory Theatre, including a world premiere co-developed by the Rep and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.:

Theater auditions: Orlando Shakespeare’s intern program

Here’s an audition notice with a catch: Orlando Shakespeare Theater’s intern program needs one young man:

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Theater auditions: Orlando Shakespeare 2011-2012 season

Here’s an audition announcement for Orlando Shakespeare Theater’s 2011-2012 season:

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