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Thursday, September 22, 2016

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Wanzie was in Tampa working on a Cruise Line show.
AMY STEINBERG Is All That At The Venue!

Orlando’s own singer/songwriter/musician extraordinaire, Amy Steinberg, returns home to perform her trademark original music as well as present her debut original rock musical about teen suicide, BREAKING THE MOON.

Nationally touring award-winning artist, Amy Steinberg has produced 4 successful one woman shows in addition to her 9 independent music CDs. Her one-woman appearances are explosive, authentic and hilarious. She is a blogger for the Huffington Post, and is the creator of Magical Mondays, a weekly series of videos, and when she is not touring and performing she teaches musical theatre at the Childrens Theatre of Charlotte. Before living in Charlotte, she lived in Orlando for 9 years, winning Orlando Music Awards and Fringe accolades for her work. She is thrilled to be returning to Orlando this month with her original music and her original musical. Both events will take place at The Venue.   

 BREAKING THE MOON

The musical shines a spotlight on the deep issues that lead teens to suicidal thoughts and self-destructive behavior. Every year approximately 50,000 teens attempt suicide, and around one thousand teens complete the act. BREAKING THE MOON takes place in a treatment center where seven teenagers struggle to explore the fear of visibility and rejection and the healing power of connection and recovery. Through song, movement, and dialogue, the characters break through to an inner awareness that they are worth doing the work to survive and thrive. BREAKING THE MOON just completed a successful limited run in NYC as one of the winning selections in the annual New York Musical Festival.

THE VENUE
511 Virginia Drive

Orlando, FL

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My Two Cents

I have a number of friends (yeah, I know, who'd have thought it?) who are adamant supporters of Donald Trump's candidacy. What I don't have is a concrete reason from any of them regarding why they support him. They may, and frequently do, spew a litany of reasons (none related to competence in running the nation) as to why they don't like Mrs. Clinton. These are usually simply mimicry of the Trump campaign's smear tactics.

One writer's letter to the local paper recently is exemplary. After my letter pointing out that the Clinton foundation is actually one of the top rated charities in America, higher than even St. Jude's, the author apparently decided it wasn't enough that the Clinton foundation actually was honest, open, and extremely effective with minimal admin costs, and roughly 90% of all funds going to direct aid, but it had to go to causes the writer espoused or it was a scam. Fighting AIDS and hunger worldwide with funds solicited worldwide was apparently not enough. The real issue, as with so many, is that once Trump levied a general and false accusation at Mrs. Clinton ("Crooked Hillary"), the truth became irrelevant.

The same is true of speaking fees. The attack ads run by Trump supporters, especially Florida's should-be felon and current governor, Rick Scott's PAC, simply list some of the Clinton's speaking fees with zero factual data, implying that because they were paid a lot, it is either illegal, immoral, or fattening. This approach plays into the receptors of one branch of the "deplorables" - that being the "ignorants."  Ignorant means lacking knowledge or being undereducated, and both apply to much of the Trump power base. To them other people having money is wrong, and other people being paid a lot for anything (other than jacked up pickup trucks and meth) is wrong. What passes these morons unnoticed is that Trump has made at least 17 speeches at 3 times the payday of Mrs. Clinton 's most highly compensated speaking  engagements, giving absolutely none of it back to charity. Where's the outrage?

As for the other categories which Mrs. Clinton unfortunately publicly described as the “deplorables," it has been lost in the shuffle that she said "about half" and also specified that they fell into categories which most decent folks would indeed call deplorable - homophobes, racists, xenophobes, religious zealots who would force their beliefs on others, etc. While she should have been more attuned to the way this might be used against her, I would have no problem with the attributions or the percentage. If you do, simply look at the people at Trump rallies. Mrs. Clinton, in this one instance, unfortunately used a labeling tactic, which Trump does daily. She did, however, specify and was accurate. At least she didn't mock a handicapped man, a Gold Star mother, or allude to a female journalist’s monthly visitor!

Finally, if you actually can read this and intend to vote for the most sociopathic, ego driven, undereducated blowhard I have seen in a lifetime of following American politics, from Eisenhower to the present, do me, and perhaps yourself,  a favor before election day. Take a quiet five minutes, get a pad and paper, and make a list of factual reasons why you support Trump. I don't mean reasons why you don't like Hillary, I mean real world attributes which make Trump presidential material. I have tried to do so being as objective as I can. I got nuthin'. Of course if you are a bigot, homophobe, xenophobe, or evangelical who is actually ingenuous enough to believe that Trump actually has any spiritual side to his nature, or cares about you, then feel free to list it, but be aware of your bias. Good luck. And please, please, if you do actually come up with what you consider valid reasons, send them to Mr. Wanzie at

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so he may include them in next week’s edition of the WANZeGRAM so we might all be enlightened.

Mike Dorman is a guy who doesn’t much care for Donald Trump.

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Now Playing

TONIGHT - Thursday, September 22
Spotlight Cabaret
ROY ALAN - ASTAIRE WAY TO PARADISE
Winter Park Playhouse 7:30 PM

$20 w/one drink min. / $10 Standing Room
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Through September 24
THE PARTY
The Footlight Theater

7 PM
$20 / Prime Seating $28
Click Here for Tickets

Friday, September 23
AMY STEINBERG IN CONERT
The Venue 8 PM

$25
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Saturday, September 24
Amy Steinberg’s New Musical
BREAKING THE MOON
The Venue 8 PM

$25
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Saturday, September 24
PETER CETERA
Dr. Phillips CFT PA 8PM
Walt Disney Theater

$48.75 - $98.75
Click Here for Tickets

Through September 24
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
Stonewall Orlando 7:30 PM

$22
Click Here for Tickets

Through September 25
Greater Orlando Actors Theatre
JEKYL & HYDE
Central Christian Church - On Ivanhoe at I-4

$25 / $20 Seniors & Students
Click Here for Tickets

Sunday, September 25
Orlando Gay Chorus
SUNDAY FUNDAY BRUNCH
Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida

$39.95 Including Bottomless Mimosas & Entertainment
Click Here for Tickets

Through September 28
AS IS
Breakthrough Theatre 8 PM / 3 PM Sun.

$20 / $18 Senior / $15 Students / $10 Breakthrough Alumni
407-920-4034

Through October 2
BONNIE & CLYDE
The Garden Theatre 8 PM Thurs. - Sat. / 2 PM Sun.

$33 / $29 Seniors & Students
Click Here for Tickets

Through October 6
CORPSE
Sonnentag Theatre at The Ice House Various times

$22 Fri.-Sun. / $20 Wed. & Thurs. / $15 Students / $10 Children
Click Here for Tickets

Through October 9
WEST SIDE STORY
Orlando Shakes 7:30 PM / 2 PM Matinees

Just Added: Tuesday evening performance on September 27
$35 - $65
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Through October 9
ALL HANDS ON DECK
Winter Park Playhouse 7:30 Evenings / 2 PM Matinees

$40 Evening / $36 Senior / $30 Matinee / $15 Student /$15 Industry
Click Here for Tickets

Through October 16
MARY POPPINS
Osceola Arts 7:30PM / 2 PM Sundays

$22 / $19 Senior / $15 Student
Click Here for Tickets

Through October 23
All Female Cast
1776
Mad Cow Theatre 7:30 / 2 PM Sundays

$23 - $47
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Comming Attractions

Lillly Tomlin   The Doobie Brothers

Shanghai Acrobats of the People's Republic of China

Orlando Ballet: Dracula   Bebel Gilberto

Rock of Ages   Festival of Bacon   Neil deGrasse Tyson

Amour   Dionne Warwick   Alan Cumming

Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons

Second City Hits Home   Lindsey Sterling   Puscifer

Orlando Ballet: The Nutcracker

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone In Concert

The Boston Pops Plays The Beatles

Joe Bonamassa   Pilobolus: Shadowland

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science

Pokemon: Symphonic Evolutions

Florida Theatrical Association Presents

Fairwinds Broadway In Orlando 2016/2017 Season

At Dr. Phillips Center For The Performing Arts

The NATIONAL THEATRE Production Of
CURIOUS INCIDENT
of the DOG in the NIGHT-TIME

November 1 - 6, 2016

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
December 13 - 18, 2016

A GENTLEMAN’S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER
February 7 -12, 2017

Disney’s THE LITTLE MERMAID
March 7 -12, 2017

MATILDA The Musical
May 9 -14

FINDING NEVERLAND
June 6 -11

SEASON TICKETS NOW ON SALE:

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SPECIAL ADDED FEATURE:

WICKED
January 11 - 29, 2017

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In the following area you will find opening dates for future attractions at various venues in the Greater Orlando Area so you may plan ahead. Emboldened listings indicate events added as of this edition of your Gram. Shows and Events opening tonight through this coming Monday are listed in the NOW PLAYING section of this edition of your Gram.

September 23 All Female 1776 Mad Cow
September 28 ROCK OF AGES Dr. Phillip's CFTPA
September 29 BYE BYE BIRDIE Roth JCC - Maitland

September 29

Orlando LGBT Theater Festival Presents BREATHE

The Parliament House

October 1

THRILLER The Ultimate 80’s Party

The Parliament House

October 1

ORLANDO PHILHARMONIC: RUSSIAN MASTERS

Bob Carr Theater

October 1

THE LARAMIE PROJECT

Osceola Arts

October 1

CHASING JOHAH With INSEL

The Venue

October 3

Rebecca Fisher Cabaret: BECKY’S FUNTIME HOUR

The Abbey

October 4

THE ILLUSIONISTS - LIVE FROM BROADWAY

Dr. Phillip’s CFTPA

October 4

PULSE - TWISTED DORM

The Abbey

October 7

Emerald City Cabaret
DARK LITERATURE

The Venue

October 7

THE CHEATERS In Concert

The Abbey

October 8 GARTH BROOKS & TRISHA YEARWOOD Amway Center

October 8

SWINGING WITH THE BIG BAND

Bob Carr Theater

October 8

BIG GAY BRUNCH

The Abbey

October 8

Real Housewives of Atlanta NENE LEAKES

The Parliament House

October 9

TELEVISION’S GREATEST HITS

Breakthrough Theatre

October 12

JEKYLL & HYDE

Orlando Shakes

October 14 SECOND CITY HITS HOME Dr. Phillip's CFTPA

October 15

BOB ROSS PAINTING WORKSHOP

Osceola Arts

October 15

AMOUR - 3 VOICES

Dr. Phillip’s CFTPA

October 17

DECADES PARTY

The Abbey

October 18

SCOTT BRADLEY’S POST MODERN JUKEBOX

Dr. Phillip’s CFTPA

October 20

ROCKY HORROR Watch Party

The Abbey

October 21

THE GLASS MENAGERIE

Garden Theatre

October 21

CURTAINS UP

Winter Park Playhouse

October 21

THE GOD GAME

Mad Cow

October 21

PECHACUCHA NIGHT ORLANDO v19

Dr. Phillip’s CFTPA

October 21

Emotions Dance Company: 7 DEADLY SINS

The Venue

October 22

ORLANDO PHILHARMONIC:
GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK

Bob Carr Theater

October 21

SICK ’N WRONG FILM FESTIVAL

The Venue

October 28

ORLANDO BALLET: DRACULA

Dr. Phillip’s CFTPA

October 29

LINDSEY STIRLING

Bob Carr Theater

October 30

MAGIC MEN LIVE

Bob Carr Theater

 

FOOD/MUSIC - ORLANDO GAY CHORUS SUNDAY FUNDAY BRUNCH
Orlando Gay Chorus Presents Sunday Funday Brunch at Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida. Olive Garden Executive
Chef Jim Nuetzi will present a Pasta Station, Salad, Antipasti, and Cheese, Carving Station with Italian Roast Turkey and Roast Beef. Catering for Good will serve Traditional Brunch Breakfast Buffet items and other Savory Eats. The Orlando Gay Chorus will present a Piano Bar in the Atrium and Musical Ensembles in the main dining room while diners eat and drink Mimosas, as well as a 30 minute Musical Review on the main stage.

SUNDAY  FUNDAY  BRUNCH

To Benefit Orlando Gay Chorus and Second Harvest Food Bank

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Reservations start at 10 AM based on availability

$39.95
includes Brunch Buffet, Entertainment, and Bottomless Mimosas!

Optional BLOODY MARY BAR available for additional fee

Reservations:

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Or

407.514.1070

THEATER - BONNIE & CLYDE
Central Florida Regional Premiere of the Frank Wildhorn Broadway Musical under the dire
ction of Rob Winn Anderson. With a mutual craving for excitement and a wish for fame, two small-town nobodies in Depression-era Texas meet and immediately set out to chase their dreams. Together their bold and reckless behavior turns the young lovers thrilling adventure into a downward spiral, putting themselves and their loved ones in trouble with the law. Resorting to robbery and murder while on the run, the infamous duo will do anything to survive. This musical, infused with blues, gospel, and fiddle-filled rockabilly, was nominated for Outstanding New Broadway Musical and Outstanding New Score by the Outer Critics Circle Awards, and for Original Score at the 2012

Now Playing Through October 2, 2016

Thursdays through Saturdays at 8 PM
Sunday at 2 PM

THE GARDEN THEATRE
160 W. Plant Street
Winter Garden

$33 / $29 Seniors & Students

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THEATRE - ALL HANDS ON DECK
Based on Bob Hope
s 1942 USO tour to the troops, this all singing, all dancing musical delivers an electrifying evening of classic songs, dances, and laughs. From Roadshow to Radio Broadcast, the timeless hits with tight harmonies, on air antics, and rousing comedy will delight audiences of all ages!

Playing Now Through October 9

ALL  HANDS  ON  DECK

WINTER PARK PLAYHOUSE
711 N. Orange Ave
(Between Mills/Orlando Ave and Fairbanks)
Winter Park

Evening Performances at 7:30 PM

Fridays, Saturdays, and select Thursdays

Matinee Performances at 2 PM

Saturdays and select Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays
$40 Evening / $36 Senior Evening (62 and over)
$30 Matinee / $15 Student (11-25 years old)
$15 Industry (Entertainment Professional)

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THEATER - ROCK OF AGES
The action of ROCK OF AGES
is set at the tail end of the big, bad 1980s in Hollywood, and the party has been raging hard. Aqua Net, Lycra, lace, and liquor flow freely at one of the Sunset Strip’s last legendary venues, a place where sex machine Stacee Jaxx takes the stage, and scantily clad groupies line up to turn their fantasies into reality. Amidst the madness, aspiring rock star (and resident toilet cleaner) Drew longs to take the stage as the next big thing (and longs for small-town girl Sherri, fresh off the bus from Kansas, with stars in her eyes). But the rock and roll fairy-tale is about to end when German developers sweep into town with plans to turn the fabled Strip into just another capitalist strip mall. Can Drew, Sherri, and the gang save the strip - and themselves - before it's too late? Only the music of hit bands Styx, Journey, Foreigner, Bon Jovi, Whitesnake, and more hold the answer. ROCK OF AGES is TheatreWorks Floridas fourth Central Florida regional premiere production.

TheatreWorks Florida Presents

Created By
CHRIS D’ARNEZI

Directed by
SCOTT COOK

Musical Direction by
SHANNON KROPF

Playing NOW Though OCTOBER 9
Tuesdays through Fridays at 8 PM
Saturdays 2 PM & 8 PM
Sundays at 2 PM & 7 PM

DR. PHILLIP’S CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
JIM & ALEXIS PUGH THEATER

$26.75 - $38.75

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THEATER - A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
Howler
s Theatre and Unseen Images Theatre of Orlando presents A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM as an environmental theatre piece that will take place on the patio of Stonewall Orlando. This particular production will be employing lots of gender bending of the characters in a very non-traditional way that gives it a very modern and updated flare.

Although the performances will take place outdoors, the audience will be completely covered from rain, and all performances will go on rain or shine.

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
By William Shakespeare

Directed by
Scott Browning & Jamie DeHay

Friday and Saturday evenings through September 24 at 7:30 PM
Exception: Saturday, September 10 performance will begin at 7 PM

STONEWALL ORLANDO
741 W Church St.

Orlando, FL 32805

Limited capacity. Advance purchase strongly recommended:
$22

Click Here for Tickets

THEATER  -  AFFORDABLE REHEARSAL SPACE AVAILABLE
Need rehearsal, meeting, or workshop space? Orlando Fringe has got you covered! Located on the 2nd floor of the Lowndes Shakespeare Center situated within the Fringe office complex is a fabulous 1,960 square foot space complete with a small stage, light tree, sound board, and wired microphones to meet your minimum technical needs.

The space is typically available seven days a week from 9 AM-11 PM.

The facility also features 50 seats, restrooms, folding tables, Wi-Fi, a small kitchenette for storage of hot or cold food, and an elevator for loading and ADA compliance.

Rates are as low as $15/hour. House managers and technicians are available upon request for an additional reasonable fee.

For more information, contact the lovely and always helpful Paula Whigam: paula@orlandofringe.org or call 407-648-0077

A Note From Wanzie

While having early evening cocktails in the pool at the Hilton Garden Inn after cruise show rehearsal the other day, I casually mentioned Hollywood Swimming Star Esther Williams, as one is prone to mention whenever in a swimming pool with a drink in one’s hand if one is also a gay male over the age of 40 who is also a spectacle junkie. And I was delighted to discover my colleague and drinking companion Joyce was also a devotee of Esther’s films.

For the uninitiated among you, Esther Williams was a particularly beautiful competitive swimmer in the late 1930’s with the L.A. Swim Club who had won three national championships in both the breaststroke and freestyle. She was on the 1940 Olympic team headed for Tokyo when the games were canceled with the outbreak of World War II. Esther’s dreams of Olympic Gold were dashed, but she continued to compete stateside and was often featured on the sports pages of newspapers in sexist cheesecake poses which caught the attention of producer Billy Rose.

Rose (one time husband of Fanny Brice) was at the peak of his career producing and over producing spectacles and musical extravaganzas of every kind, culminating with his water based spectaculars featuring synchronized swimming routines and high diving stunts in his elaborate “Aquacades.” Rose had contracted Olympic swimmer turned moviedom Tarzan, Johnny Weissmuller, to star in his next “Aquacade” and invited Williams to audition to be his costar. Legend has it Weissmuller himself handpicked the statuesque Williams from among the 75 hopefuls to swim alongside him in the show. Williams was featured as the Aquabelle in choreographed duet swims with Aquadonis, Weissmuller, and thus began her performing career.

MGM Studios brass saw Williams perform in the Billy Rose Aquacade and offered the swimmer a screen test; and the rest, as they say is, Hollywood History.

BATHING BEAUTY was Hollywoods first swimming movie heralding in a new genre movie musical with which I became mesmerized when they were later run on Television in my formative years. Obviously Esther’s films failed to inspire me to take up swimming or diving, but in the late 1970’s I did produce an elaborate “Aqua Nativity” for my then annual Christmas In July Party presented in the lake front swimming pool of Lemon Tree Condominiums in Orlando. It was truly spectacular and was going off without a hitch until the illegally-gotten Disney-caliber pyro used in the finale set all the pussy willows and shrubbery along the lake on fire which began to quickly spread, and required the intervention of several pieces of equipment dispatched by The Orlando Fire Department after receiving several frantic 9-1-1 calls from concerned condo-owners…but I digress.

The films created to showcase Esther Williams were ridiculously contrived epics where storyline and plot were secondary to the whimsy of the inimitable Director/Choreographer Busby Berkley who surrounded Williams with a bevy of supporting bathing beauties performing intricate synchronized swimming routines amid fountains and flames and all manner of special effects.

MGM constructed a special 90-foot square, 20-foot deep pool inside their Sound Stage 30, complete with hydraulic lifts, air hoses, and special camera cranes for overhead shots. Williams had plenty of land lover roles in non-swimming movies; in fact her first screen appearance was in a Mickey Rooney Hardy Boys picture.  But it was her water escapades films such as BATHING BEAUTY, MILLION DOLLAR MERMAID, NEPTUNE’S DAUGHTER, and DANGEROUS WHEN WET that made her a star in my mind. The following clip provides some great examples of the over the top shit they did in these films that won me over. Of course now it plays like total camp. It’s a hoot!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQj0Saj3L4s

As a child from Connecticut on a family vacation to Florida, one of the absolute highlights was getting to see the Florida-shaped swimming pool that had been constructed at Cypress Gardens for Esther Williams to swim in, in EASY TO LOVE. It was in that same film that she famously water skied alongside Cypress Gardens skiers as a helicopter flew overhead and lowered a trapeze bar. Esther, on skies, let’s go of the tow rope and grabs the trapeze bar as the helicopter rises up and away. Esther heaves herself up into a standing position on the trapeze bar suspended below the ‘copter, and then takes a spectacular dive into Lake Eloise below! As a child (and actually, still as an adult) that kind of shit was so much more impressive to me than the sequences in shoot-‘em-up, explode-everything-in-sight action movies of that era, or even now. Here’s a clip of the rather lengthy water skiing sequence from EASY TO LOVE (at the one minute, seven second mark [1:07] you can briefly see the Florida-shaped pool) culminating with the afore mentioned helicopter stunt and high dive filmed at Cypress Gardens.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-2KH9PmyCM

Had I been able to afford the rental of a helicopter back during my Lemon Tree days, I can assure you my Virgin Mary would have dove into that Nativity scene from a high flying trapeze; but due to budget constraints, I had to settle for the Mother of God catapulting into the water from a unicycle at the end of a pool-side ramp. (Totally serious.) But the point is, it was all Esther Williams-inspired. Even in the award-winning short film I wrote and co-directed, A DAY IN THE LIFE OF MISS SAMMY, there is a swimming pool sequence nod to Esther Williams that included Miss Sammy rising up from underwater with lighted sparkles sticking out of her bathing cap, almost just as Eshter Williams had done in a similar sequence in MILLION DOLLAR MERMAID. Yet another example of how Esther Williams’ films have influenced my creative endeavors - and will likely continue to do so - as we aspire to one day install one of our cruise line show concepts into one of the Aqua Theaters on one of those mega ships in the Royal Caribbean Line.

For now I’m happy where my feet are…on dry land in Tampa working alongside some of my favorite people on this planet. Life is Esther Williams good!

I’m WANZIE And That’s All I Wrote!

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