Throwing Paint At Age 75

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Orlando gay  artist Del Cain is having an art exhibit opening night at City Arts Factory,Pine and Orange Streets,downtown Orlando, on Thursday,June 20th, 6-9 P.M.

The show is colorful,  dripped and thrown Jackson Pollock influenced oil paintings. The show runs to August 12th.,2017.

All are welcome.

The Great and Powerful Tim: Magic To The Future

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A comedy magic show with a plot! When an accident sends an unconfident magician’s assistant back through time, does he have the courage to do a show on his own and generate enough magic to get back to the future? A tribute to 80s films from Back To The Future to The Terminator. Featuring a robot that solves Rubik’s cubes, a shake weight time machine, and a mind-reading goldfish.

Originally from Orlando and an ensemble performer at SAK Comedy Lab, this is Tim’s 5th consecutive Fringe appearance. He currently lives in Los Angeles and is a member of the Academy Of Magical Arts and the Magic Castle.

Venue: Breakthrough Theatre Of Winter Park
421 W Fairbanks Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789

Price: $12 + Fringe Button

Show Times:

Sunday 5/21: 9:00 PM
Wednesday 5/24: 10:00 PM
Thursday 5/25: 7:00 PM
Sunday 5/28: 3:00 PM

The Struggle Is Real – Orlando Fringe Red Venue

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What do a wisecracking scientist, a time-traveling soldier, an artificial intelligence robot and a princess all have in common? These are just a few of the eccentric characters you’ll meet in “The Struggle Is Real” at Orlando Fringe in the Red Venue! “The Struggle Is Real” is a one-hour sketch show that invites you to laugh along with Runaways as they explore the struggles of women throughout history and time. This is the inaugural scripted show by improv troupe Runaways, official selections of The Atlanta Improv Festival 2016, Tampa Bay Improv Festival 2016, Miami Improv Festival 2016, and UCB’s Del Close Marathon (NY) 2017.

 

“The Struggle Is Real” is written by a team of bright newcomers including Rebecca Walters as head writer with Tiffany Anthony, Carolyn Fin, Leigh Grimes, and Nifer Sims. Directed by Kathleen Capdesuñer. Produced by Carolyn Fin. Tickets available at http://orlandofringe.org/!

 

Show times include:

 

Wednesday, May 17th at 6:15 PM

Saturday, May 20th at 2:30 PM

Sunday, May 21st at 1:00 PM

Monday, May 22nd at 8:30 PM

Thursday, May 25th at 10:15 PM

Saturday, May 27th at 7:15 PM

Sunday, May 28th at 11:30 AM

 

Keep up to date at:

https://www.facebook.com/RunawaysTheStruggleIsReal/

FALKLAND at Orlando International Fringe Festival

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Tasty Monster Productions, Heather Bagnall, and Luke Tudball are very proud and super excited to be returning to the Orlando Fringe Festival for another wonderful year with their new show

FALKLAND

Under the starry blanket of night two unlikely friends, an idealistic young recruit and a reluctant farmer turned Captain, find a new camaraderie as the big show plays out in the theatre of war surrounding them. Bitter conflict, questionable politics, and moral debate engage us in a traumatic, but necessary, journey through the lives of the two men and the many twists and turns they encounter on the road to redemption.

Written by Heather Bagnall, Falkland is coming soon to the GREEN VENUE in Loch Haven Park for the following performances:

Friday, May 19th – 7:15 PM
Saturday, May 20th – 4:30 PM
Sunday, May 21st – 8:45 PM
Tuesday, May 23rd – 8:45 PM
Friday, May 26th – 5:15 PM
Saturday, May 27th – 4:30 PM
Sunday, May 28th – 11:15 AM

#OrlandoFringe #KeepingItTasty

New Orleans: The Beginnings – A Live Interactive Experience

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In 1840s New Orleans, cotton is king and money flows freely along the Mighty Mississippi. But all is not as it seems. Different factions of society battle for control of the city. Do your loyalties lie with the elegant Creoles, the seductive vampires, the roguish vagabonds, the adventurous pirates, or the voodoo practitioners? Choose wisely, because in this interactive thriller, you are in control, and one wrong move could spell disaster.

Lisa Fritscher and Andy Frack are excited to announce the worldwide debut of their new interactive theater experience, New Orleans: The Beginnings, at the Orlando International Fringe Theater Festival this month. Under the umbrella of their production company, Gini Lynn Productions, LLC, the show serves as an hour-long proof of concept and prequel for a two-hour permanent installation they plan to open in the fall.

But this is no ordinary theatrical production. Rather than sitting in a seat watching the action unfold, audience members (players) will be right in the middle of it. As new immigrants to historical New Orleans, they will physically navigate through an outdoor tavern, meeting and interacting with the local citizens. Nothing is as it seems, as each person has his or her own agenda, and the decisions players make may affect not only what happens on the night they attend, but also the larger show to follow this fall.

Why This Show?

Producer Andy Frack explains, “We want to change the world. Everything has become so divisive lately, and it is our hope that by taking people back to the challenges of the 1840s, we can get people thinking and talking about the issues that divide us today. People are just people, but stereotypes and preconceived notions make that tough to remember. If we can break down those barriers, we can find ways to work together instead of tearing each other apart.”

Due to the interactive nature of this experience, tickets are extremely limited. They have been on sale since April 17, so time is of the essence! Tickets are available through Orlando Fringe at https://orlandofringe.showare.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=100 Prospective players are also encouraged to visit the show website at nobeginnings.com and subscribe to the newsletter for updates.

The Fringe show is rated PG-13 for thematic content and language. Vampire myths, voodoo practices, slavery, homelessness, and harsh moral dilemmas are explored in an up-close and personal way. Players will be asked to think through issues, make tough decisions, and influence the citizens’ daily lives.

New Orleans: The Beginnings – A Live Interactive Experience

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In 1840s New Orleans, cotton is king and money flows freely along the Mighty Mississippi. But all is not as it seems. Different factions of society battle for control of the city. Do your loyalties lie with the elegant Creoles, the seductive vampires, the roguish vagabonds, the adventurous pirates, or the voodoo practitioners? Choose wisely, because in this interactive thriller, you are in control, and one wrong move could spell disaster.

Lisa Fritscher and Andy Frack are excited to announce the worldwide debut of their new interactive theater experience, New Orleans: The Beginnings, at the Orlando International Fringe Theater Festival this month. Under the umbrella of their production company, Gini Lynn Productions, LLC, the show serves as an hour-long proof of concept and prequel for a two-hour permanent installation they plan to open in the fall.

But this is no ordinary theatrical production. Rather than sitting in a seat watching the action unfold, audience members (players) will be right in the middle of it. As new immigrants to historical New Orleans, they will physically navigate through an outdoor tavern, meeting and interacting with the local citizens. Nothing is as it seems, as each person has his or her own agenda, and the decisions players make may affect not only what happens on the night they attend, but also the larger show to follow this fall.

Why This Show?

Producer Andy Frack explains, “We want to change the world. Everything has become so divisive lately, and it is our hope that by taking people back to the challenges of the 1840s, we can get people thinking and talking about the issues that divide us today. People are just people, but stereotypes and preconceived notions make that tough to remember. If we can break down those barriers, we can find ways to work together instead of tearing each other apart.”

Due to the interactive nature of this experience, tickets are extremely limited. They have been on sale since April 17, so time is of the essence! Tickets are available through Orlando Fringe at https://orlandofringe.showare.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=100 Prospective players are also encouraged to visit the show website at nobeginnings.com and subscribe to the newsletter for updates.

The Fringe show is rated PG-13 for thematic content and language. Vampire myths, voodoo practices, slavery, homelessness, and harsh moral dilemmas are explored in an up-close and personal way. Players will be asked to think through issues, make tough decisions, and influence the citizens’ daily lives.

The Struggle Is Real – Orlando Fringe Red Venue

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What do a wisecracking scientist, a time-traveling soldier, an artificial intelligence robot and a princess all have in common? These are just a few of the eccentric characters you’ll meet in “The Struggle Is Real” at Orlando Fringe in the Red Venue! “The Struggle Is Real” is a one-hour sketch show that invites you to laugh along with Runaways as they explore the struggles of women throughout history and time. This is the inaugural scripted show by improv troupe Runaways, official selections of The Atlanta Improv Festival 2016, Tampa Bay Improv Festival 2016, Miami Improv Festival 2016, and UCB’s Del Close Marathon (NY) 2017.

 

“The Struggle Is Real” is written by a team of bright newcomers including Rebecca Walters as head writer with Tiffany Anthony, Carolyn Fin, Leigh Grimes, and Nifer Sims. Directed by Kathleen Capdesuñer. Produced by Carolyn Fin. Tickets available at http://orlandofringe.org/!

 

Show times include:

 

Wednesday, May 17th at 6:15 PM

Saturday, May 20th at 2:30 PM

Sunday, May 21st at 1:00 PM

Monday, May 22nd at 8:30 PM

Thursday, May 25th at 10:15 PM

Saturday, May 27th at 7:15 PM

Sunday, May 28th at 11:30 AM

 

Keep up to date at:

https://www.facebook.com/RunawaysTheStruggleIsReal/

“An Ordinary Life”

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Dennis Enos presents his one man autobiographical show, “An Ordinary Life” at the Orlando Fringe Festival.  The show, directed by Jeremy Seghers, is a sometimes serious, sometime whimsical presentation of Dennis’s life.  Presented in just under forty minutes, Dennis hopes to show you that every little thing in life awaits our attention; attempting to teach us and prepare us for what comes next. But many of us are too busy waiting for the next big thing to happen. If we just pause and take notice, we will know why the bird sings.

FALKLAND at Orlando International Fringe Festival

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Tasty Monster Productions, Heather Bagnall, and Luke Tudball are very proud and super excited to be returning to the Orlando Fringe Festival for another wonderful year with their new show

FALKLAND

Under the starry blanket of night two unlikely friends, an idealistic young recruit and a reluctant farmer turned Captain, find a new camaraderie as the big show plays out in the theatre of war surrounding them. Bitter conflict, questionable politics, and moral debate engage us in a traumatic, but necessary, journey through the lives of the two men and the many twists and turns they encounter on the road to redemption.

Written by Heather Bagnall, Falkland is coming soon to the GREEN VENUE in Loch Haven Park for the following performances:

Friday, May 19th – 7:15 PM
Saturday, May 20th – 4:30 PM
Sunday, May 21st – 8:45 PM
Tuesday, May 23rd – 8:45 PM
Friday, May 26th – 5:15 PM
Saturday, May 27th – 4:30 PM
Sunday, May 28th – 11:15 AM

#OrlandoFringe #KeepingItTasty

New Orleans: The Beginnings – A Live Interactive Experience

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In 1840s New Orleans, cotton is king and money flows freely along the Mighty Mississippi. But all is not as it seems. Different factions of society battle for control of the city. Do your loyalties lie with the elegant Creoles, the seductive vampires, the roguish vagabonds, the adventurous pirates, or the voodoo practitioners? Choose wisely, because in this interactive thriller, you are in control, and one wrong move could spell disaster.

Lisa Fritscher and Andy Frack are excited to announce the worldwide debut of their new interactive theater experience, New Orleans: The Beginnings, at the Orlando International Fringe Theater Festival this month. Under the umbrella of their production company, Gini Lynn Productions, LLC, the show serves as an hour-long proof of concept and prequel for a two-hour permanent installation they plan to open in the fall.

But this is no ordinary theatrical production. Rather than sitting in a seat watching the action unfold, audience members (players) will be right in the middle of it. As new immigrants to historical New Orleans, they will physically navigate through an outdoor tavern, meeting and interacting with the local citizens. Nothing is as it seems, as each person has his or her own agenda, and the decisions players make may affect not only what happens on the night they attend, but also the larger show to follow this fall.

Why This Show?

Producer Andy Frack explains, “We want to change the world. Everything has become so divisive lately, and it is our hope that by taking people back to the challenges of the 1840s, we can get people thinking and talking about the issues that divide us today. People are just people, but stereotypes and preconceived notions make that tough to remember. If we can break down those barriers, we can find ways to work together instead of tearing each other apart.”

Due to the interactive nature of this experience, tickets are extremely limited. They have been on sale since April 17, so time is of the essence! Tickets are available through Orlando Fringe at https://orlandofringe.showare.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=100 Prospective players are also encouraged to visit the show website at nobeginnings.com and subscribe to the newsletter for updates.

The Fringe show is rated PG-13 for thematic content and language. Vampire myths, voodoo practices, slavery, homelessness, and harsh moral dilemmas are explored in an up-close and personal way. Players will be asked to think through issues, make tough decisions, and influence the citizens’ daily lives.

New Orleans: The Beginnings – A Live Interactive Experience

By : Alex Storer
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In 1840s New Orleans, cotton is king and money flows freely along the Mighty Mississippi. But all is not as it seems. Different factions of society battle for control of the city. Do your loyalties lie with the elegant Creoles, the seductive vampires, the roguish vagabonds, the adventurous pirates, or the voodoo practitioners? Choose wisely, because in this interactive thriller, you are in control, and one wrong move could spell disaster.

Lisa Fritscher and Andy Frack are excited to announce the worldwide debut of their new interactive theater experience, New Orleans: The Beginnings, at the Orlando International Fringe Theater Festival this month. Under the umbrella of their production company, Gini Lynn Productions, LLC, the show serves as an hour-long proof of concept and prequel for a two-hour permanent installation they plan to open in the fall.

But this is no ordinary theatrical production. Rather than sitting in a seat watching the action unfold, audience members (players) will be right in the middle of it. As new immigrants to historical New Orleans, they will physically navigate through an outdoor tavern, meeting and interacting with the local citizens. Nothing is as it seems, as each person has his or her own agenda, and the decisions players make may affect not only what happens on the night they attend, but also the larger show to follow this fall.

Why This Show?

Producer Andy Frack explains, “We want to change the world. Everything has become so divisive lately, and it is our hope that by taking people back to the challenges of the 1840s, we can get people thinking and talking about the issues that divide us today. People are just people, but stereotypes and preconceived notions make that tough to remember. If we can break down those barriers, we can find ways to work together instead of tearing each other apart.”

Due to the interactive nature of this experience, tickets are extremely limited. They have been on sale since April 17, so time is of the essence! Tickets are available through Orlando Fringe at https://orlandofringe.showare.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=100 Prospective players are also encouraged to visit the show website at nobeginnings.com and subscribe to the newsletter for updates.

The Fringe show is rated PG-13 for thematic content and language. Vampire myths, voodoo practices, slavery, homelessness, and harsh moral dilemmas are explored in an up-close and personal way. Players will be asked to think through issues, make tough decisions, and influence the citizens’ daily lives.

FALKLAND at Orlando International Fringe Festival

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Tasty Monster Productions, Heather Bagnall, and Luke Tudball are very proud and super excited to be returning to the Orlando Fringe Festival for another wonderful year with their new show

FALKLAND

Under the starry blanket of night two unlikely friends, an idealistic young recruit and a reluctant farmer turned Captain, find a new camaraderie as the big show plays out in the theatre of war surrounding them. Bitter conflict, questionable politics, and moral debate engage us in a traumatic, but necessary, journey through the lives of the two men and the many twists and turns they encounter on the road to redemption.

Written by Heather Bagnall, Falkland is coming soon to the GREEN VENUE in Loch Haven Park for the following performances:

Friday, May 19th – 7:15 PM
Saturday, May 20th – 4:30 PM
Sunday, May 21st – 8:45 PM
Tuesday, May 23rd – 8:45 PM
Friday, May 26th – 5:15 PM
Saturday, May 27th – 4:30 PM
Sunday, May 28th – 11:15 AM

#OrlandoFringe #KeepingItTasty