Celebrate the Holidays with Modernism Museum Mount Dora

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Join us Saturday December 9th as we welcome France Neil and Dave Capp to the Modernism Museum for a night of Christmas carols and American standards.  Ms.  Neil has sung with many talented artists including Phil Collins and Tina Turner and is currently featured with Penguin Entertainment — Motown in Motion. Mr. Capp is a professional saxophone player in Orlando where he has played gigs at the Ritz Carlton and the Blues Brothers show in the Universal Studios. This duo will be sharing their talents with us among the newly exhibited collection “BOWIE/SOTTSASS/MEMPHIS.”


Tickets are $25 each or $20 for 3MD Members and include a sparkling wine reception beginning at 6:30 with the concert at 7:00 pm. Please visit www.modernismmuseum.org/events to purchase tickets or call (352) 385-0034 for more information. 3MD members must contact museum for discount

Enhance your night out with dinner at 1921 by Norman Van Aken before the show!  For $35 per person, concert goers can choose a starter, entrée and dessert from an exclusive 3MD Concert Menu.

Miami FC Pride Night with Equality Florida

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Join us for a fun night out in support of soccer and the Pulse Victims. There will be great athletes, entertainment and giveaways. Click here for tickets: https://tickets.completeticketsolutions.com/MFC/Online/seatSelect.asp

50% ticket price will go to the Pulse Victims Fund. Call 877-297-8499 to inquire about special transportation deals that may be available.877-297-849977-297-8499

Mad Cow’s ‘Cock’ questions views and labels on love, sexuality and relationships

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Orlando– Mad Cow Theatre is known for bringing some of the most compelling works of theater to the heart of Downtown Orlando. Its newest production will follow as nothing short of that, introducing theater-goers to a contemporary love triangle that’s far from being a “cock-and-bull story.”

Shipped from British playwright Mike Bartlett and now making its rounds in the U.S., Cock opens June 20 and runs through July 20 at The Zehngebot-Stonerock Theatre. The play follows the story of John, who takes a break from a troubled relationship with his boyfriend of many years. During this break, he meets a woman who intrigues his interest in many ways. The play follows John’s journey as he explores the complexity of relationships, love and sexuality.

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