Die Mommie Die!

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Die! Mommie Die! is a comic melodrama by Charles Busch which evokes the 1960’s films that featured ageing stars such as Bette Davis, Joan Crawford and Lana Turner.

Directed by Wayne Shaw

Tickets available through www.brownpapertickets.com

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Dick Fox’s Golden Boys starring Frankie Avalon, Fabian, and Bobby Rydell

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Hailed as one of the most exciting acts in show business, Dick Fox’s Golden Boys starring Frankie Avalon, Fabian and Bobby Rydell returns to Ruth Eckerd Hall on Sunday, January 15 at 1 pm. Fabian, along with Frankie Avalon and Bobby Rydell were united by Producer Dick Fox. These “Golden Boys” were three of the most popular teen idols of the late ‘50s and ‘60s. They have proved to be an overwhelming live concert success. Countless television appearances, a special performance for the President of the United States and a Golden Boys PBS special have brought on a vast audience of fans, not only from the fun generation, but all generations.

The Golden Boys spotlights each of the performers and their all-time greatest hits including Fabian’s Turn Me Loose, Tiger and I’m A Man, Frankie Avalon’s Venus, De De Dinah, Bobby Sox to Stockings and Bobby Rydell’s Volare, Wild One and Kissin’ Time. The three stars combine their talents on several songs and will perform a tribute to the material of Elvis Presley, Bobby Darin, Rick Nelson and Bill Hailey.

Pornicopia at the Parliament House

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PORNICOPIA comes to the Parliament House! 4 hot porn stars + extra male dancers + erotic vendors + so much more! Hosted by Addison Taylor

Footlight Players 10pm & 12am. DJ Brianna spins til 3am.

Country music stars speak out about anti-gay bills, but record labels? Not so much

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Nashville (AP) – Several country music artists and songwriters have condemned proposed laws that discriminate against LGBT people, but anyone looking for reaction from the record labels and production companies on Nashville’s Music Row has heard only the sound of silence.

New laws in North Carolina and Mississippi have drawn the ire of businesses and celebrities alike, with Bruce Springsteen and Bryan Adams canceling shows in those states. Legislation dealing with the treatment of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people was vetoed by Georgia’s governor, but bills are still being considered in Tennessee and South Carolina.

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Pet Shop Boys return with Super after more than 30 years of pop and circumstance

By : Billy Manes
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“We were never being boring,” Pet Shop Boys singer Neil Tennant slyly ruminated on 1990’s release Behaviour. “We were never being bored.”

He was right. Sandwiched somewhere between elegy and eloquence, the pop duo – Tennant out front, Chris Lowe fiddling with the keys and technology in back – have made a mark on pop culture in all of its facets over three decades, sometimes with a slight frown, but always with a pop hook. There have been films, ballets, books, scores and tours, but Pet Shop Boys have always had that somewhat cocked brow of high art threaded just so – along with an incredibly palpable dryness of humor – allowing for an unparalleled career in the pop pantheon.

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Watermark is bringing Movies Out Loud to The Abbey and this time it’s Fringey!

By : Jeremy Williams
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ORLANDO | Watermark Media and the Orlando International Fringe Festival are teaming up to resurrect Movies Out Loud for a new audience (and the old one too). The first one will be July 8 and continue on the second Wednesday of each month, but instead of a roaming venue, they have found a permanent home at The Abbey.

“The Abbey has stepped up as sponsor and it really is the perfect location,” said George Wallace, executive director to Fringe, via email.

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Stars join Elton John’s call for Dolce & Gabbana boycott

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LOS ANGELES (AP) – From the Oscars red carpet to the TV smash “Empire,” Dolce & Gabbana is everywhere in Hollywood. But might that soon change?

Several celebrities have joined the boycott bandwagon launched by Elton John after fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana criticized same-sex parents and the use of in vitro fertilization in an Italian magazine, calling the resulting children “synthetic.”

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Fringe at Hard Rock: Dancing with the Fringe Stars

By : Jake Stevens
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The 3rd annual Fringe at Hard Rock raised $9,000 at this year’s event, themed Dancing with the Fringe Stars and held March 2.

Seven dance groups competed and five other acts performed. The prize included VIP passes to the festival this year along with bragging rights.

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