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Monday Movie Review

WANZIE: Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara and Kyle Chandler all deliver rock solid portrayals of very unique characters in “CAROL,” but neither these interesting performances nor the inclusion of precious lickable sweet-faced hunk actor Jack Lacey could compensate for the excruciatingly slow pace of this otherwise beautiful film. It’s a lesbian love story that takes forever to get to the love. The art direction - which is the real star of this film set in the early 1950’s - is gorgeous. The story is extremely straight forward. The cinematography is at times stellar, and at other times downright gimmicky. The script is smart. The situations and the characterizations are believable and intriguing, but the snail’s pace at which this film advances and the over abundance of celluloid-wasting shots where nothing essentially happens rob this film of its grip, until eventually you just want it to end. At only one hour and 53 minutes long, CAROL is easily 53 minutes too long. These top notch actors at the top of their game deserved to have their story play out in far less laborious fashion than this sluggish CAROL, which at times was a bit of a bore.
2 1/2 Pink Triangles.

DOUG: Everyone to a person was great in this movie, but none of the performances were Oscar worthy. And watching this movie was like watching paint dry. Besides which, there was absolutely nothing likable about Cate Blanchett’s Carol. There was no reason for anybody to fall in love with her, let alone half the people in the film. Boring!
2 Pink Triangles.

TRASH 2 TRENDS Designers And Their Creations
Meet Designer, Constance Blackmon Lee

WG: What is the name of your creation?
CBL: ”Punk Reloaded”’

WG: Whats it made from?:
CBL: Curb-side Italian Leather sofa and webbing, junk yard water drainage pipe, door knobs, springs, trash can pool screening, clothing scraps, casket corners.

WG: Would you share with our subscribers the runway description of your garment?
CBL: Punk Reloaded is like steampunk but loaded with more soul presenting “AFROPUNK;”  a man’s swagger top coat in reptile scales from a curb-side Italian leather sofa, trash-can pool screening and drainage pipe and parts. 

WG: What was your inspiration for this garment - did anything, in particular spark the idea?
CBL: The design was inspired by neighborhood sofas and chairs put out on the curb for trash pickup. So one day I took one home; it was screaming for a “NEW LIFE!” 

WG: As of receipt of the questionnaire - is your garment completed?
CBL: Oh Yes!!! That is if you believe that art can be completed, my personal aesthetic and philosophy is that art is a never ending process similar to the human experience.

WG: How many hours did you invest in creating your garment?
CBL: It’s taken me about three months of continuous work to get to this level.

WG: How did you hear about and become involved with Trash 2 Trends?
CBL: After showing a part of my "TransAtlantic" series at the City of Orlando Gallery this summer, Jody Buyas approached me to exhibit more of my work in Trash 2 Trends.  It was obvious to me why she asked me in particular because all of my art is made from recycled materials.

WG: Are you a first-year participant at this event? And if not, what were your previous submissions?
CBL: I am. My background is in costume design and fiber art, but I have often thought about creating an avant garde fashion line as a way to push my own artistic boundaries. 

WG: Please provide a brief bio of your yourself as a designer:
CBL: I hold a B.F.A. in costume design from DePaul University, Chicago, IL. Most recently I have been adjunct professor teaching costume design at Valencia College, and currently work as an interdisciplinary fiber artist in such art shows as Miami’s prestigious Art Basel & the Spoken Soul Festival. In Chicago I designed for projects such as Women Made Gallery, Erica Mott Productions, The Chicago Literary Guild, Chicago Dramatist, Sharon Bridgeforth-The Theatrical Jazz Institute, Chicago Dance Makers Forum, Opera Matic, E.T.A Creative Arts Foundation, and Opera in the Ozarks, Eureka Springs, AR. I was nominated for Best Costume design in Chicago by The Black Theatre Alliance, and I have installed several fiber art pieces in art museums & galleries.

WG: Anything more you would like our Subscriber Friends to know about you or your garment, or are there any observations on this experience you wish to share?

CBL: Fashion, theatre, and other art events like Trash 2 Trends should be the new art trend.  The fashion industry is one of the most polluting industries, therefore humans who have a higher level of consciousness must support artists who are actively moving away from environmental pollutants without having to sacrifice style or design. I chose the leather sofa material because I thought that as sophisticated beings we must respect animals that gave their lives for our comfort, so the least we can do out of respect is to find creative ways to reuse the leather material that is already here instead of killing another animal just because we want something new. At this moment my creation is a reptilian inspired coat, but who knows where the artistic energy will rework this piece into something completely different and new once again. 

Lee’s website:

ConstanceBlackmonLee.com

Lee’s fb page:

https://www.facebook.com/blackmondesign/?ref=hl

Meet Designer, Benjamin Shores:

WG: What is the name of your creation?
BS: Sexy in the City

WG: Whats it made from?:
BS: Painted shopping bags, the bottom of aluminum cans, and pieces of mirrors. 

WG: Would you share with our subscribers the runway description of your garment?
BS: I chose shopping bags to give the tremendous bulk that I wanted at the bottom of the dress for dramatic effect. I chose the bottom of aluminum cans for the silver color and round shape as I thought it would be pleasing to the eye, and finally pieces of mirror so that the dress will sparkle and give it that something extra. 

WG: What was your inspiration for this garment - did anything in particular spark the idea?
BS: The design was inspired by a dress in the series finale of Sex in the City. 

WG: As of receipt of the questionnaire - is your garment completed?
BS: Yes, the dress is completed, but I am working on a head piece to match and complete the look.

WG: How many hours did you invest in creating your garment?
BS: I haven't really kept track, but I would estimate at least 50 plus hours

WG: How did you hear about and become involved with Trash 2 Trends?
BS: I know Jody Buyas, and she encouraged me to submit a design. 

WG: Are you a first -year participant at this event? And if not, what were your previous submissions?
BS: Yes, this is my first year.

WG: Please provide a brief bio of your yourself as a designer:
BS: I have no education or experience in fashion or costume design. I'm an artist and creative person, so this is something totally new for me. 

WG: Anything more you would like our Subscriber Friends to know about you or your garment, or are there any observations on this experience you wish to share?
BS: I am the program director for the associate members at the Orlando Museum of Art, and I have an art studio at FAVO (Faith Arts Village Orlando)

Benjamin’s fb page:

Facebook.com /benjaminsart obsession

TRASH 2 TRENDS is the totally fabulous annual event that fuses fashion and art together with the environmental community, while also raising funds to benefit the local eco-friendly nonprofit Keep Orlando Beautiful.

This year’s fashion show takes place on Saturday evening, February 6 in the Port of Call area of Sea World Orlando. Complimentary parking and non-touristy entry are provided for attendees of this special event.

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKET TO 2O16 TRASH 2 TRENDS

Take a look at our own WANZeGRAM Subscriber friend and Trash 2 Trends event coordinator Jody Buyas during her recent FOX 35 TV appearance along with Gail K. Warner and our two upcoming spotlight designers:

http://www.fox35orlando.com/good-day/79564454-video

Fringe Corner

ATTENTION ALL CABARET ACTS
ANNOUNCING DEDICATED CABARET SPACE FOR FRINGE ARTISTS AT SAVOY

Savoy Orlando is now a BRING YOU OWN VENUE (BYOV) for the 2016 Orlando Fringe Festival. The disco bar - which can be closed off from the remainder of the complex - will become a dedicated Cabaret space during this year’s Orlando Fringe. So if you didn’t make it off the wait list and your show is Cabaret in nature - standup comedy, story-telling, etc. - Savoy represents the perfect affordable choice for you.

Qualified artists simply pay a $200 dollar fee directly to Fringe for mandatory listing in the master program. The fee for Savoy is only $100 per performance, inclusive of electronic keyboard and microphone, and 4 and 8 raised platforms for the performer(s). It’s a great Cabaret setting with seating for at least 50 (guaranteed) and possibly up to 65 - a combination of banquette seating, table seating, bar seating, and three to four rows of newly-purchased resin folding chairs. This provides an intimate, excellent view of the performer(s). The perfect Cabaret setting in the easy-to-access and close-to-the-festival Ivanhoe Village location of 1909 N. Orange Avenue (near White Wolf Cafe).

PICK YOUR OWN SCHEDULE! Choose as few or as many performance slots as you may like - up to 7 - and pick your own dates and times based on a first paid/first choice basis.

YOU SHOULD KNOW - Storage is limited to music books/hand props/ and possibly a costume - basically whatever you can fit into YOUR SELF-PROVIDED ONE STANDARD-SIZE RUBBERMAID STORAGE CONTAINER which can be stored between performance dates in the venue’s office. No set pieces can be accommodated. Lights Up and Lights Out is basically as far as lighting goes. There is a Mirror Ball and a Spotlight available to you - if you provide a qualified operator - at no additional charge. Piano and Bench/Piano Light/One Music Stand/One Microphone, inclusive in fee.

To book your Solo/Duet Cabaret Act / Stand Up Comedy/ Story Telling  Act into what will be heavily promoted as “CABARET AT THE FRINGE,” email Wanzie immediately. Include your name and phone number, the title of your show/act, and a brief description of what you intend to present, plus the number of performances you desire: wanziemichael@gmail.com

Mark Your Calendars:

February 5, 6 & 7
FRINGE FAVE, MARTIN DOCKERY & WIFE

The Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie of Fringe Festivals (and America
s sweethearts) - Vanessa Quesnelle and Martin Dockery - return to Orlando with encore performances of two Fringe Favorites!

As part of the FRINGE-YEAR-ROUND series, Vanessa and Martin will be performing “Moonlight After Midnight” on February 5 & 6, and “The Pit” on February 7. So if you didnt get a chance to see these shows at a Fringe Festival, or you want to see them again,  February is your chance. Now is the time to make your reservation:

orlandofringe.ticketleap.com

February 29
ANNUAL FRINGE FUNDRAISER AT HARD ROCK LIVE!

Dinner and a show, and what a show this will be! The most expansive fundraising event in Orlando Fringe History is what the 2016 Hard Rock event will be, with a cavalcade of acts that will present sophisticated top notch entertainment, not the least of which will be some Fringe favorites whose Fringe show made it to Off Broadway and around the world. The evening will include a video montage of Wanzie’s involvement in Fringe over a 24-year period, and a brief stage appearance by the writer of this Gram. This is always a fantastic affair, and so very reasonably priced. Show only - $27.50 or VIP (First choice seating at tables before show- only folks are admitted) Dinner Buffet - including Dessert and Show - $50. It’s an amazing night out at a great price, and 100% of the proceeds benefit Orlando Fringe.

407.351.5483 (L-I-V-E)

Picture(s) of the Week

IN CLOSE QUARTERS First Cast & Crew Meeting/Table Read


In foreground with backs to camera, left to right: Kenny Howard (Sound Design) and Playwright Wanzie. From left to right around the table: Director Chris Yakubchik, Co-Producers Rich Kuntz and Douglas White, Actor Harrison (PFC James Ivey) Flanders, and actor Zach (PFC Matthew Dolan) Lane


Table read as seen from the makeshift work station of Composer Rich Charron who is creating original underscoring for

IN CLOSE QUARTERS

THE STORY
Two young U.S. Army Privates take refuge in a small underground bunker when the Vietcong take over their encampment above. Their weapons are lost during the skirmish, so leaving the restrictive space would mean certain death. Forced to live and survive together in a hole in the ground, the two men develop an usual bond. But when one soldier “
comes out” as gay, that bond is fractured. Accusations and fists begin to fly as the two young men struggle to deal with sexual and emotional issues while trapped in close quarters.

Wanzie Presents & D Squared Productions

IN CLOSE QUARTERS
A Story of Love & War

Written by
MICHAEL WANZIE

Original Musical Underscoring by
RICH CHARRON

Directed by
CHRIS YAKUBCHIK

Starring
HARRISON FLANDERS   &   ZACHARY LANE

Costumes and Sets by
D Squared Productions

Coming In May To A Fringe Festival Near You

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It’s back with an all new experience!

Joe’s NYC Bar
LADIES’ NIGHT

Joe's NYC Bar is an interactive, improvisational, immersive theatre experience in which the audience is transported to a bar in Brooklyn New York. Debuting as part of the 2001 Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival, Joe's ran for 4 years and 76 performances. In March 2015 Joes returned from a ten year absence and was greeted with positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. The show sold out all 16 performances last year and, returns for all new shows in 2016. Ten years later, Joes has proven to be a concept art piece of theatre more relevant and popular than ever.

"3-D Theater that will pull you in!”
Tyler Gray, Orlando Sentinel

“If you want to understand the promise of interactive theater…take in the triumphant return of Joes NYC Bar.” 
Seth Kubersky, Orlando Weekly

“Artistically, watching the actors is watching pros at the top of their game…Sociologically speaking, observing the audience is like peering through a window into America’s soul.” 
Matt Palm, Orlando Sentinel

“Funny and smart… Highly recommended.” 
Carl F. Gauze, INK 19

“Dont just see the show; BE the show.” 
Steve Schneider, Orlando Weekly

Joe’s NYC Bar
LADIES’ NIGHT

Featuring
 
Anitra Pritchard-Bryant   A Ali Flores   John Connon   Sarah French   Jenn Gannon   Simon Needham  
Christian Kelty   Christine Robison-Laurence   Jodi Chase   Marty Stonerock    John Chaky  

Musical Act For The Entire Run:
Milka Ramos 

Only 6 Performances:

February 14 - March 20 

SUNDAY MATINEES ONLY

Doors 3 PM    ShowTime 3:30 PM

$15 Advance/$20 Door, if available

All tickets are general admission. Arrive early for best seat selection.

All shows in 2015 Sold Out! Most were sold out in advance.
Reservations strongly recommended:

RESERVE YOUR ADMISSION NOW

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EVEN AFTER HER DEATH BUSH SHAMELESSLY
CONTINUES TO EXPLIT SHIAVO

By Mike Dorman

If you had asked me to predict who would run the most disgustingly self-serving and tasteless campaign ad given the choice of current Republican poseurs, I'd probably have said Donald Trump or Rafael Cruz. Neither has, to date, displayed any obvious problem with being deceitful and self-aggrandizing with truth as the victim. I might even have, on a whim, picked Ben Carson because of his obvious belief that Jesus speaks through him, and because historically he’s insane. I would have missed the boat on all three counts. As a Floridian of some thirty plus years, I have seen some "serious shit," to quote Doc Emmet Brown, as far as strange and questionable political adverts, but the latest from one John Ellis ("Jeb") Bush sits atop the dung heap that is modern campaign filth.

This political hack, once described by a Dallas print journalist as "the smart one," would have us believe that he stands for those Republican values of freedom from government intrusion in our lives, and legislative restraint. How does he show these beliefs? Why, by showing a picture of Terry Schiavo as an exemplar of how he, as Florida governor, protected these sacred trusts.

For those who were spared the Florida portion of this circus, the Terri Schiavo case was a legal struggle involving Theresa Marie "Terri" Schiavo, a woman in an irreversible persistent vegetative state. Following her doctors' decisions that she was brain dead and permanently vegetative, Schiavo's husband and legal guardian elected to remove her feeding tube, while her parents argued in favor of continuing artificial nutrition and hydration, and challenged Schiavo's medical diagnosis. Fought almost nightly in the media, the highly publicized and prolonged series of legal challenges presented by her parents, ultimately involving then Governor Jeb Bush and federal politicians up to the level of President George W. Bush, caused a seven-year delay before Schiavo's feeding tube was ultimately removed. In the meantime, we were treated to such spectacles as Senate majority leader Bill Frist, a cardiac surgeon, pronouncing, based on grainy video, that she was "alive in there,” and her brain was functioning.

Of course the upshot was that the USSC wisely decided that the doctors knew better than the politicians; the tube was removed, and she died. Because, and only because, of the continued Far Right interest in the case, an extensive autopsy was performed. Terry Schiavo's brain damage was, in the words of the Chief Medical Examiner, "irreversible, and no amount of therapy or treatment would have regenerated the massive loss of neurons." In other words, the physicians, licensed by the state, were correct from the first, and the politicians, led locally by Governor Jeb Bush, and nationally by his short bus brother and various equally reprehensible posturing state and national Congressman, drug out a family tragedy for political gain over a seven year span.

Bragging about his role in this pathetic overreach and intrusion into private lives while refusing to label the Oregon domestic terrorism for what it truly is, shows how utterly shameless Jeb Bush is in his desperation to gain the vote of persons who are so single issue oriented that they are easy dupes for his "man of faith" shell game. Deliver us from trust fund-spoiled brat poseurs like Trump, Bush et al.

Mike Dorman is the Father of Realtor to the Stars David Dorman and his power-voiced Sister Julie Ohrberg. Mike resides in The Villages with his lovely wife Emily, where the two are proud members of a silent minority; they do not have any STD’s.

Now Playing

Friday February 5
PEPE’S TRUTH OR DARE DATING GAME
The Venue

$10 Advance / $15 Door
Click Here for Tickets

Friday, February 5 & Saturday, February 6
PENN & TELLER
Hard Rock Live!

$35-$55
Click Here for Tickets

Friday, February 5 & Saturday, February 6
Vanessa Quesnelle and Martin Dockery
MOONLIGHT AFTER MIDNIGHT
Orlando Shakes

$16
Click Here for Tickets

Through February 7
CFC Arts Presents
THE CRUCIBLE
Central Christian Church

$15 Advance/$18 Door
Click Here for Tickets

Sunday, February 7
Vanessa Quesnelle and Martin Dockery
THE PIT
Orlando Shakes

$16
Click Here for Tickets

2 CELLOS
Dr. Phillip’s CFPA
Wat Disney Theater

At press time only balcony seats remained @ $38.75
Click Here for Tickets

Through March 13
NAKED BOYS SINGING

Footlight Theatre

$17- $32
Click Here for Tickets

Through February 14
FUNNY MONEY
Sonnentag Theatre at The Ice House

$10- $20
352.383.4616

Through February 21
Orlando Theatre Works Presents
HANDS ON A HARD BODY
The Garden Theatre

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

Through February 21
ART
Mad Cow Theatre

$25-$38
Click Here for Tickets

Through February 27
DANCING LESSONS
Orlando Shakes

$21 - $46 / $12 Student Rush
Click Here for Tickets

THEATER - NAKED BOYS SINGING
The Central Florida debut of NAKED BOYS SINGING under the Direction of The Footlight Theater’s new Artistic Director, Tim Evanicki.
This hilarious revue features 16 original songs, 7 gorgeous guys, and no clothes – a winning combination if ever there was one! From the sassy opening number “Gratuitous Nudity,” to the screamingly funny “Bliss of a Bris,” audiences and critics alike have hailed “NAKED BOYS SINGING!” as a sure-fire crowd-pleaser.

The show features Broadway veterans, local celebrities, and Original   NAKED BOYS SINGING Cast members from NYC:

James Berkley   William Bruce   Mitchel Burns   Kevin Kelly
Bryan Manley   Joshua Roth   Cannon Starnes

Musical Direction
JOHN GARDNER

Choreography by
PETE SIMPSON
 

TREAT YOUR SWEETHEART to NAKED BOYS for Valentine’s Day! All tickets on Valentine’s Day come with an extensive dessert buffet before the show!

The Parliament House Presents

NAKED BOYS SINGING!

 Directed by
TIM EVANICKI
 

February 5 – March 13, 2016

Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays

Also

Monday, February 29

FOOTLIGHT THEATRE
At The Parliament House

$17- $32

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NOTE: While actors in the show are nude a majority of the time, nothing about the show, material, or staging is pornographic in any way whatsoever.

 

THEATER - HANDS ON A HARD BODY
A fresh and unique Broadway musical in which an actual pickup truck takes center stage! For ten hard-luck Texans, a new lease on life is so close they can touch it. Under a scorching sun for days on end, armed with nothing but hope, humor, and ambition, they'll fight to keep at least one hand on a brand-new truck in order to win it. Inspired by true events and nominated for numerous awards, you won't want to miss the Central Florida regional premiere of this high-energy musical infused with rock, country, blues, and gospel that can only be described as “musical theater heaven!”

TheatreWorks Florida Presents

Book by Doug Wright | Lyrics by Amanda Green
Music by Trey Anastasio & Amanda Green
Directed by Scott A. Cook

Featuring WANZeGRAM Subscriber Friend
And Everyone’s Favorite Virgin Mary

JESSICA HOEHN

January 29 – February 21, 2016

Thursdays through Saturdays at 8 PM

Sundays at 2 PM

Industry Night - Monday, February 8 at 8 PM

THE GARDEN THEATRE
160 W. Plant St.
Winter Garden, FL   34787

$33 Adult/$29 Students & Seniors

Discounted Opening & Industry Night & Thursdays

Click Here for Tickets

Comming Attractions

REMAINING TOURING COMPANY PERFORMANCES
IN CURRENT 

FAIRWINDS BROADWAY ACROSS AMERICA SEASON

And Special Season Add-On Performances

KINKY BOOTS

February 23 - February 28

STOMP

March 23 - 24

DIRTY DANCING
March 20 - April 3

BEAUTIFUL

THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL

May 3 - May 8

Other Upcoming Attractions at Dr. Philips Center For The Performing Arts and Bob Carr Theater include

Orlando Philharmonic: THE GARLAND MAGIC

SHEN YUN - GUY FIERI - ANNA IN THE TROPICS

GIRLS NIGHT OUT: THE MUSICAL - PORTRAIT OF A QUEEN

JOSH GROBIN - MOODY BLUES - TONY BENNET

Orlando Ballet:  DON QUIXOTE

GAITHER VOCAL BAND - HERBIE HANCOCK & WAYNE SHORTER

GOOGOOSH LIVE IN CONCERT - IL VOLO

EMERIL LAGASSE - R5 - YANNI - PATTI LABELLE

Orlando Ballet: BEAUTY & THE BEAST

Tickets to all shows listed immediately above may be purchased by calling the Dr. Phillips Center Box Office, or by visiting the Box Office at 445 Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, FL 32801

Mondays through Fridays between 10 AM and 4 PM
or on Saturdays between Noon and 4 PM

Dial: 844.513.2014

or order online:

www.drphillipscenter.org

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.

February 8 TWO CELLOS Dr. Phillips CFTPA
February 9 SHEN YUN Dr. Phillips CFTPA
February 10 THE TEMPEST Orlando Shakes
February 10 Movies Out Loud CASUAL SEX The Abbey
February 11 GUY FIERI Dr. Phillips CFTPA
February 11 COMEDY NIGHT with Akeem Woods and Preacher Lawson, Hosted by JEFF JONES Footlight Theatre
February 12 EXPECTING ISABEL Annie Russell Theatre
February 12 R5 Dr. Phillips CFTPA
February 12 MAMA MIA SING ALONG The Abbey
February 12 PAT BENATAR & NEIL GERALDO King Center
February 13 Orlando Philharmonic: BARBER TO BOLERO Dr. Phillips CFTPA
February 14 BLACK HISTORY THROUGH THE ART OF DANCE Dr. Phillips CFTPA
February 13 YANNI Dr. Phillips CFTPA
February 15 SING OUT WITH MISS SAMMY The Abbey
February 18 Live Band: NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS Footlight Theater
February 20 PATTI LaBELLE Dr. Phillips CFTPA
February 21 ANNA IN THE TROPICS Dr. Phillips CFTPA
February 21 JAY LENO King Center
February 23 KINKY BOOTS Dr. Phillips CFTPA
February 25 GIRLS NIGHT: THE MUSICAL Dr. Phillips CFTPA
February 27 OUTSIDE MULLINGAR Mad Cow Theatre
February 27 HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS Amway Center
March 2 JOSH GROBIN Dr. Phillips CFTPA
March 4 Natalie Cordone & Shawn Kilgore -SIDE BY SIDE: A Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme Tribute Winter Park Playhouse
March 8 MOODY BLUES Dr. Phillips CFTPA
March 9 TONY BENNETT Dr. Phillips CFTPA
March 18 THE SKIVVIES The Abbey
March 18 THE WHALE The Garden Theatre
March 18 GYPSY Sonnentag Theatre at The Icehouse
A Note From Wanzie

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again:

It’s not Donald Trump who concerns me; it’s those who cheer him on.

I’m WANZIE And That’s All I Wrote!

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