Victorian Horror Troupe: PHANTASMAGORIA

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Enjoy a performance from the critically acclaimed Victorian Horror Troupe Phantasmagoria, as they present a variety of selections from their stories, poems, sideshow and dances – all to set the mood for phantabulous and wonderful Halloween season!

Show Up

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Award-winning out solo show performer, director and producer Peter Michael Marino (Desperately Seeking the Exit, Late with Lance!) returns to the Orlando Fringe in “Show Up” – using his decades of solo performance expertise to turn the often vilified clichés of the genre on their clichéd heads. Marino exploits an arsenal of Post-it® Notes to compile and transform the challenging and enlightening real-life audience experiences into a single vibrant life-story that’s daring and unique each time. Chance elements are increased as audience members are engaged to cue sound, design the set, and direct. Show Up provides a wild, unpredictable ride for the audience as Marino navigates this high wire, simultaneously commenting on social anxiety, depression and performance challenges. Ultimately, Show Up demonstrates that the value of truth in autobiographical performance is totally subjective. And there’s a party!

Show Up

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Award-winning out solo show performer, director and producer Peter Michael Marino (Desperately Seeking the Exit, Late with Lance!) returns to the Orlando Fringe in “Show Up” – using his decades of solo performance expertise to turn the often vilified clichés of the genre on their clichéd heads. Marino exploits an arsenal of Post-it® Notes to compile and transform the challenging and enlightening real-life audience experiences into a single vibrant life-story that’s daring and unique each time. Chance elements are increased as audience members are engaged to cue sound, design the set, and direct. Show Up provides a wild, unpredictable ride for the audience as Marino navigates this high wire, simultaneously commenting on social anxiety, depression and performance challenges. Ultimately, Show Up demonstrates that the value of truth in autobiographical performance is totally subjective. And there’s a party!

Show Up

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Award-winning out solo show performer, director and producer Peter Michael Marino (Desperately Seeking the Exit, Late with Lance!) returns to the Orlando Fringe in “Show Up” – using his decades of solo performance expertise to turn the often vilified clichés of the genre on their clichéd heads. Marino exploits an arsenal of Post-it® Notes to compile and transform the challenging and enlightening real-life audience experiences into a single vibrant life-story that’s daring and unique each time. Chance elements are increased as audience members are engaged to cue sound, design the set, and direct. Show Up provides a wild, unpredictable ride for the audience as Marino navigates this high wire, simultaneously commenting on social anxiety, depression and performance challenges. Ultimately, Show Up demonstrates that the value of truth in autobiographical performance is totally subjective. And there’s a party!

Show Up

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Award-winning out solo show performer, director and producer Peter Michael Marino (Desperately Seeking the Exit, Late with Lance!) returns to the Orlando Fringe in “Show Up” – using his decades of solo performance expertise to turn the often vilified clichés of the genre on their clichéd heads. Marino exploits an arsenal of Post-it® Notes to compile and transform the challenging and enlightening real-life audience experiences into a single vibrant life-story that’s daring and unique each time. Chance elements are increased as audience members are engaged to cue sound, design the set, and direct. Show Up provides a wild, unpredictable ride for the audience as Marino navigates this high wire, simultaneously commenting on social anxiety, depression and performance challenges. Ultimately, Show Up demonstrates that the value of truth in autobiographical performance is totally subjective. And there’s a party!

Show Up

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Award-winning out solo show performer, director and producer Peter Michael Marino (Desperately Seeking the Exit, Late with Lance!) returns to the Orlando Fringe in “Show Up” – using his decades of solo performance expertise to turn the often vilified clichés of the genre on their clichéd heads. Marino exploits an arsenal of Post-it® Notes to compile and transform the challenging and enlightening real-life audience experiences into a single vibrant life-story that’s daring and unique each time. Chance elements are increased as audience members are engaged to cue sound, design the set, and direct. Show Up provides a wild, unpredictable ride for the audience as Marino navigates this high wire, simultaneously commenting on social anxiety, depression and performance challenges. Ultimately, Show Up demonstrates that the value of truth in autobiographical performance is totally subjective. And there’s a party!

Show Up

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Award-winning out solo show performer, director and producer Peter Michael Marino (Desperately Seeking the Exit, Late with Lance!) returns to the Orlando Fringe in “Show Up” – using his decades of solo performance expertise to turn the often vilified clichés of the genre on their clichéd heads. Marino exploits an arsenal of Post-it® Notes to compile and transform the challenging and enlightening real-life audience experiences into a single vibrant life-story that’s daring and unique each time. Chance elements are increased as audience members are engaged to cue sound, design the set, and direct. Show Up provides a wild, unpredictable ride for the audience as Marino navigates this high wire, simultaneously commenting on social anxiety, depression and performance challenges. Ultimately, Show Up demonstrates that the value of truth in autobiographical performance is totally subjective. And there’s a party!

Show Up

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Award-winning out solo show performer, director and producer Peter Michael Marino (Desperately Seeking the Exit, Late with Lance!) returns to the Orlando Fringe in “Show Up” – using his decades of solo performance expertise to turn the often vilified clichés of the genre on their clichéd heads. Marino exploits an arsenal of Post-it® Notes to compile and transform the challenging and enlightening real-life audience experiences into a single vibrant life-story that’s daring and unique each time. Chance elements are increased as audience members are engaged to cue sound, design the set, and direct. Show Up provides a wild, unpredictable ride for the audience as Marino navigates this high wire, simultaneously commenting on social anxiety, depression and performance challenges. Ultimately, Show Up demonstrates that the value of truth in autobiographical performance is totally subjective. And there’s a party!

Art Is A Drag returns to the Sanford Art Walk

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As part of the Sanford Art Walk, Art is a Drag 2 returned featuring lots of well known Central Florida drag performers invading historic downtown Sanford for the art stroll and ending with a night of drag at the Wayne Densch Theatre.

Throughout the walk and the performance, guests of Art is a Drag 2 were introduced to the 13 Heels Project, which included a special high heel honoring the 49 victims of the Pulse massacre. The funds raised from this specific heel went to The 49 Fund scholarship program.

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LGBT festival canceled in Haiti amid threats, government order

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) – Organizers of a cultural festival in Haiti celebrating the Afro-Caribbean LGBTQ community said Sept. 27 that it has been called off due to numerous threats of violence and a subsequent prohibition by a government commissioner.

The four-day Massimadi film, art and performance event was supposed to start Sept. 27 in the capital, Port-au-Prince, but organizers said it had to be postponed after a prominent Haitian cultural institution known as FOKAL and other co-hosts were threatened with arson and other attacks.

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8.13.16 ABC ‘Anything But Clothes’ Party at Southern Nights Tampa

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#SwankSaturdays Invites you to our ABC ‘Anything But Clothes’ Party also Kylie Blak’s Birthday!

NO COVER before 10pm 21+ (18+ Welcomed)

WIN $150 in cash and prizes for the most original ABC costume

Hosted by Roxxxy Andrews, Jade Embers, and Jeffrey Kelly with special performance by Birthday Girl Kylie Blak

Fun Home – A Benefit Concert for Orlando

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Fun Home – A Benefit Concert for Orlando

Show date: Sunday, July 24, 2016
Show times: 7 p.m.
Tickets start at $30.00
Walt Disney Theater

FUN HOME, the groundbreaking, Tony® Award-winning Best Musical, will play a one-night-only benefit concert performance at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday, July 24, 2016. This performance will be a concert version of the musical to raise money for Equality Florida and the LGBTQ community of Orlando.

All nine of the show’s current Broadway onstage company members, including Tony® Award-winner Michael Cerveris, four-time Tony® Award nominee Judy Kuhn, 2015 Tony® Award nominees Beth Malone, and Emily Skeggs, Gabriella Pizzolo, Roberta Colindrez, Cole Grey, Zell Steele Morrow, and Joel Perez, along with the show’s Tony® Award-winning creators Lisa Kron (Book & Lyrics), Jeanine Tesori (Music) and Sam Gold (Director) will be in attendance.

100% of the net proceeds of this benefit performance will support the future work of Equality Florida, and the victims of the Pulse shooting. Half of the money raised will be distributed directly to victims and their families, and half will support Equality Florida’s work to end discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.