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Thursday, March 19, 2015

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Movie of the Week

WANZIE – Finally a CINDERELLA that fleshes out the early years of Ella’s life and establishes not only her loving relationship with her father, but also WHY her stepmother grows to despise her so. The Disney folks do a real good job of not letting this live action non-musical version of the tale come off feeling like a knock off of their animated feature, even though there are a few delightful homages to that hand-drawn classic, as in the case of the mice who are the heroine’s most loyal friends. The mice were my particular favorites in this film. Lilly James is sublime in the title role, and happily never comes off as weak or needy. Cate Blanchett does not fall victim to the usual pitfall of playing stepmother Lady Tremanne as a one-dimensional bitch (and she gets to wear some of the very best costumes in the picture). Derek Jacobi brings palpable heart and warmth, as well as back story, to the role of The King, and the relationship between King and son is nicely established, as well. Helena Bonham Carter breathes humor and quirkiness into her Fairy Godmother, and smoldering Richard Madden as Prince Charming is the stuff of which slightly moist cinema seats are made. Don’t look for the trademark castle of Florida’s Magic Kingdom fame; this Cinderella strives for a completely different, more medieval fortress type palace, and an overall art direction that will surely earn the film an Oscar nomination in that category. It’s a beautiful thing.
4 PINK TRIANGLES

DOUG – What was the point? Why would you make yet another movie about Cinderella if you weren’t going to bring anything new or different to the table? Her father was played off as a saint. She was played off equally prefect. Nobody and nothing in this move was the least bit believable. Ugggghhh!
2 PINK TRIANGLES

Orlando’s 2015/2016 BROADWAY ACROSS AMERICA Season Announced

The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, together with Florida Theatrical Association and Broadway Across America, has unveiled the lineup of shows for the 2015/2016 FAIRWINDS Broadway in Orlando season. Filled with Tony Award-winning hits and remarkable family favorites, the 2015/2016 Season kicks off with Rodger’s & Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA, a lush new production that features a contemporary take on the classic tale. The Season also includes the holiday favorite DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS! THE MUSICAL, a brand new production of the timeless classic THE SOUND OF MUSIC, and the six-time Tony Award-winning smash hit KINKY BOOTS. Rounding out the Season at the Dr. Phillips Center is the worldwide phenomenon DIRTY DANCING – THE CLASSIC STORY ON STAGE, and the remarkable true story musical hit, BEAUTIFUL – THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL.

The 2015-2016 FAIRWINDS Broadway in Orlando Season at a Glance:

RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN’S CINDERELLA
November 10 – 15, 2015

DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS! THE MUSICAL
December 8 – 13, 2015

THE SOUND OF MUSIC
January 5 – 10, 2016

KINKY BOOTS
February 23 – 28, 2016

DIRTY DANCING – THE CLASSIC STORY ON STAGE
March 29 – April 3, 2016

BEAUTIFUL – THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL
May 3 – 8, 2016

Tickets to individual shows in the 2015/2016 season are not available for purchase at this time. However, Season Subscriptions are now on sale!

Prices for the six-show Season Package start at $219, depending on performance time, day of week, and seating location selected. FAIRWINDS Broadway in Orlando Season Subscribers enjoy a number of exclusive benefits, including:

  • Access to the best seat locations for all six season shows before the general public

  • The opportunity to purchase additional tickets for family and friends before they go on sale to the public

  • Ticket exchange privileges and free lost ticket replacement

  • Broadway Bon Appétit dining discount offers

Season Ticket Packages can be purchased at-
www.OrlandoBroadway.com

~ or ~

By calling
800.448.6322

~ or ~

in person at
The Florida Theatrical Association Box Office
100 S. Eola Drive, Suite 101
Downtown Orlando
M – F - 10 AM – 5 PM

Pictures of the Week

“My jaw literally dropped and didn't correct itself until the show ended.”
Lauren Culver

“Another VarieTEASE that comes highly recommended by me…(slightly sequel-esque) to CARNIVALE.”
-
Beth Marshall

“If you are a fan of VarieTEASE, it has evolved into so much more with CARNIES. The Abbey gives the artistry room to breath and come alive like never before. Must see more than once.”
Jessica Hoehn

“Blown away! Beautiful!”
Jamey Harper

“CARNIES is hands down the best VarieTEASE ever!...Chalk it up to the clear emphasis on storytelling, emotional connectivity, intimacy, inclusiveness, understandable interpretive dance, and other physical artistry…There. I said it. I mean it. Now go see it!”
Michael Wanzie

NOW PLAYING THROUGH MARCH 28 at The Abbey TICKETS:
www.ticketweb.com

Now On Sale In Our Box Office

NOW PLAYING
SUNDAY MATINEES ONLY – THROUGH APRIL 19 ONLY
3:30PM

CHRISTIAN KELTY   WANZIE
     MICHAEL MARRINACIO  ANTITRA PTICHARD
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SIX SHOWS ONLY

Sundays Only - March 15 through April 19, 2015 – 3: PM

Very Limited Per-Show Capacity
Reservations Strongly Encouraged

$15 Advance/$20 day of show if available – cash-only at the door

RESERVE YOUR GUARANTEED ADMISSION NOW

JOE'S NYC BAR is a unique, interactive, and improvisational theatrical experience that transports its audience to a bar in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Popular Orlando watering hole, St. Matthew's Tavern, located in Orlando's Mils 50 District, will be utilized as the setting, complete with full-liquor service during each performance. This one of a kind theatrical experience is brimming with characters whose stories will compel viewers to become participants as they sit alongside and mingle with JOE's employees and clientele. JOE’s debuted as a part of the 2001 Orlando International Fringe Theater Festival, and went on to run from 2001-2004: 10 episodes, 76 performances, with a total of 43 SOLD OUT shows. Over 6,000 audience members saw the performances, and JOE’s employed over one hundred of Orlando’s finest actors, musicians, and visual artists who brought the show to life.

CAST:
Ten years later, JOE’s still has an excited audience base, and is returning with a stellar cast including the show's creator,
Christian Kelty along with Ali Flores, Trenell Mooring, John Connon, Jenn Gannon, Michael Marrinacio, Anitra Pritchard-Bryant, Glenn (Chrysanthemum) Pace, Simon Needham, and Wanzie. 

MUSICAL GUESTS:
Each of the six Sunday-Matinee-Only performances will feature a live musical act performing intermittently throughout the show:

March 15th - Tod Kimbro & Jeff Forte     March 22nd - Eugene Snowden (of The Legendary JC’s) & Friends

March 29th - Kayleigh  Baker     April 5th - Phil Longo     April 12th - Mad as Adam

April 19th - TBD

SEATING:
All tickets for JOE'S NYC BAR are General Admission Only. Choice of seating will be on a first come first served basis. All seating is on barstools. Although this venue is wheelchair accessible, please be advised that persons who cannot transfer to a barstool will have a very limited view of the action. Seating is quite limited. Advance online ticket purchase is essential. St. Matthew’s Tavern will open for seating/bar service 30 minutes prior to show time.

JOE’S NEW YORK CITY BAR

Sundays Only - March 15 through April 19, 2015 – 3:30 PM

ST. MATTHEW'S TAVERN
(Formerly PARADISE, SWANK, CACTUS CLUB, SILVER HAMMER)
1300 N. Mills Avenue
Orlando, FL 32803

$15 Advance/$20 day of show if available – cash-only at the door

RESERVE YOUR GUARANTEED ADMISSION NOW

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Now Playing

Saturday, March 21
Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra
RIMA PLAYS SIBLELIUS
Bob Carr Theater

Starting at $20
www.drphillipscenter.org

March 21 & 22

WINTER PARK SIDEWALK ART FESTIVAL

Central Park and along Park Avenue / Winter Park, Florida

FREE!

SUNRAIL WILL BE OPERATING!

Train times:

sunrail.com

Sunday, March 22
JOHN MELLENCAMP
Dr. Phillips Center For The Performing Arts

Starting at $42.50
www.drphillipscenter.org

Through March 22
HENRY V
Orlando Sakes

$20 -$45/$10-$22 Senior Matinees/$12 Student Rush/
$10 Off ticket price – Military & Students
407.447.1700
www.orlandoshakes.org

Through March 28
A DAY IN HOLLYWOOD A NIGHT IN THE UKRAINE
Winter Park Playhouse

$18-$38
321.783.3127
www.WinterParkPlayhouse.org

Through March 28
VarieTEASE CARNIES
The Abbey

$30/$50 VIP
Save $10 per ticket by using booking code word “venue”
1.866.468.7630
www.TicketWeb.com

Through March 29
Playwrights Roundtable
COERCION
Orlando Shakes

$15
407.447.1700
www.OrlandoAtPlay.com

Through April 5
DIARY OF A WORM, A SPIDER, AND A FLY
Orlando Repertory Theatre

$18
407.896.7365

Through April 4
BOEING BOEING
The Garden Theatre

$25/$21 Students & Seniors/$15 Industry Night
407.877.GRDN (4736)
Click here for tickets

Through April 19
THE PHILADELPHIA STORY
Mad Cow Theatre

$11 - $36.75
407.297.8788

Sundays Only through April 19
JOES NYC BAR
St. Matthew’s Tavern

$15 Advance/$20 at Door, if available
http://www.wanziepresents.com/boxoffice/index.php?event_id=161

Through April 26
JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH
Orlando Shakes

$9-$15
407.447.1700
www.OrlandoShakes.org

With 16 concerts lighting up the stage; 1.8 million beads flying through the air; a wild and wonderful parade led by amazing, outrageous performers, and great food—Mardi Gras at Universal Orlando® is Florida‘s Biggest Party.

The Mardi Gras concerts, parade and French Quarter bands are included with your Annual Pass or Universal Studios® Admission.

  • Friday, March 20, 8:30 PM: Becky G

  • Saturday, March 21, 8:30 PM: Yandel

  • Sunday, March 22, 8:30 PM: The B-52’s

  • Saturday, March 28, 8:30 PM: Phillip Phillips

  • Saturday, April 4, 8:30 PM: The All-American Rejects

  • Saturday, April 11, 8:30 PM: The Band Perry

  • Saturday, April 18, 8:30 PM: Trey Songz

Through May 17

EPCOT

Included With Regular Theme Park Admission
One-Day Ticket $97
GARDEN ROCKS Weekends Concert Series:
March 20-22: EN VOGUE
March 27-29: STARSHIP
April 3-5: THE ORCHESTRA
April 10-12: THE VILLAGE PEOPLE
April 17-22: JOHN SECEDA
April 24-26: THE GUESS WHO
May 1-3: TAYLOR DANE
May 8–10: LITTLE RIVER BAND
May 15–17: HERMAN’S HERMITS Starring PETER NOONE
All Performances on stage at
THE AMERICA GARDENS THEATRE
Amphitheater situated directly across from
The American Adventure attraction on the far side of
Epcot’s World Showcase Lagoon
5:30 PM 6:45 PM 8:30 PM
All Performances Included With Regular Theme Park Admission

DRAG – COMPLIMENTARY MAKE-UP CLASS
Instruction in the art of Drag Make-up will be taught by a Makeup Pro from Mehron Cosmetics, one of the leading suppliers of theatrical makeup.  Only 8 spots are available for this fantastic class being offered by and at Embelish FX in college park.

DRAG MAKE-UP CLASS

Wednesday, March 25
3:30 – 6:00 PM

EMBELLISH FX
2628 Edgewater Drive
Orlando, FL 32804 

Reservations a must:
407-251-7110

THEATER -  BMP’s TOP TEENS SHOWCASE
Join Beth Marshall and Wanzie and other subscriber friends for a night of celebration and showcase of the top teens who are coached in theater by Beth Marshall throughout the year. Beth coaches over 300 teens in Central Florida. Come see the TOP 10% of her students perform their award winning material, and see who the judges will choose as BMP’s TOP TEEN of 2015, and be among the first to hear the announcement of the 2015-2016 Beth Marshall Presents Theatrical Season!

Talent being showcased includes CK Anderson, Cydney Clark, Alexia Correa, Luis Difo, Angela Fairley, Harrison Flanders, Nacia Goldberg, Roberto Guevara, Amanda Grace Hughes, Daisy Layman, Daniel Luis Molina, Natalie Raphael, Jake Shackelford, Elizabeth Thornton, and Adrian Rivera.

THE JUDGE 

Tony Award Winning Producer, Education Director for Florida Theatrical Association
Artistic Director of The Abbey
Kenny Howard

Top Florida Talent Agent for Film, TV shows & Commercials
Owner of Brevard Talent Group
Traci Danielle

Actor/Director/Playwright/Producer/Spiritual Leader
Real Radio 104.1 Personality
Michael Wanzie

Award winning and critically acclaimed Actor/Director/Writer
Peg O’Keef

Executive Director of Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival
George Wallace

Critically acclaimed Actor/Director and Artistic Producer of Orlando Fringe Theater Festival
Michael Marinaccio

Owner/Director of Class Act Studios/Professional Actor of Film/TV/Stage/Commercials
Acting Coach
Lauren O’Quinn Burns

Acclaimed Musician/Composer/Musical Director and Magician
Julian Bond

Beth Marshall Presents’

TOP TEENS SHOWCASE

Thursday, April 2, 2015

7 PM

Lake Howell High School

LAKE HOWELL THEATER COMPANY
Black Box Theatre

4200 Dike Road
Winter Park, FL

$12/$6 Students

Only 65 Seats Available

Online ticket sales strongly suggested:
BethMarshallPresents.com

THEATER – BOEING BOEING
It’s the 1960s, and swinging bachelor Bernard couldn’t be happier. A flat in Paris and these gorgeous stewardesses all engaged to him without knowing about each other. But Bernard’s perfect life gets bumpy when his friend Robert comes to stay and a new and speedier Boeing jet throws off all of his carful planning. This Tony Award-winning farce has enjoyed hit revivals in London and New York. Lift your tray tables and fasten your seat belts… BOEING, BOEING is up and away on the Garden stage!

March 20 - April 4, 2015
Thursdays through Saturdays at 8 PM
Sundays at 2 PM

Industry Night, Monday, March 30 at 8 PM

THE GARDEN THEATRE
160 West Plant Street
Winter Garden, FL   34787

$25/$21 Students & Seniors/$15 Industry Night

 407.877.GRDN (4736)

 Click here for tickets

 DANCE - VarieTEASE CARNIES: 
Orlando favorite Blue Star brings her renowned VarieTEASE to The Abbey with a brand new show, CARNIES VarieTEASE. This all new VarieTEASE production explores what happens when the lights go down and the vagabond “Carnies” live out love, life, and their collective search for personal truths in the shadows outside the spotlight. Blue Star is collaborating with Abbey Artistic Director Kenny Howard on CARNIES; these two mainstays of the Orlando performing arts scene have joined forces to create a mesmerizing experience utilizing the entire Abbey as their playground.

Remaining Performances

Tonight, March 19 – 8 PM     Friday, March 20 – 8 PM
Saturday, March 21 – 9 PM     Thursday, March 26 – 8 PM    
Friday, March 27 – 8 Pm    Saturday, March 28 – 1 PM

$30 General/$50 VIP – Reserved Table Seating

Special WANZeGRAM Subscriber Discount
Save $10 per VarieTEASE ticket
by using booking code word “venue”
Valid on all dates!

Click here for tickets

866.468.7630

Groups of eight or more may reserve discounted tickets by calling
407.704.6116
or by emailing:  groups@artfulevents.com.

OPERA – COSI FAN TUTTE
Florida Opera Theatre presents the fully staged production of Mozart's comedy, COSÌ FAN TUTTE, the story of a man about town who bets two suitors that their girlfriends will not remain faithful! WANZeGRAM Subscriber friend Maestro Robin Stamper is Music Director and WANZeGRAM Subscriber friend Frank McClain returns to Orlando to direct. Known for its innovative productions, Florida Opera Theatre is proud to showcase this classic opera as its first within this exciting new venue – the sleek and beautiful 2nd stage theater Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. Director Frank McClain says of the show, "It is a wonderful opera with both comedy and pathos, and I think the intimacy of the Alexis and Jim Pugh Theater at the new Dr. Phillips Center is the perfect venue in which to present it."

COSI FAN TUTTE

Directed by
FRANK McCLAIN

Musical Director
ROBIN STAMPER

Starring
Shannon Jennings     Sarah Limper      Anthony Ciaramitaro     Sean Christopher
Sean Stork     Vanessa Rodriguez     Blake Hudson 

Friday, March 27, 2015 & Sunday, March 29, 2015

DR. PHILLIPS CENTER FOR THE PERORMING ARTS

Alexis & Jim Pugh Theater

Starting at
$33.60

Click here for tickets

In this section you will find opening dates for future attractions so you may plan ahead. Emboldened listings indicate events added as of this edition of your GRAM.
Coming Attractions

BROADWAY ACROSS AMERICA Touring Productions:

Disney's
BEAUTY & THE BEAST
May 12-17, 2015

PIPPIN
April 21 – April 26

ANYTHING GOES
May 26 – 31

I LOVE LUCY: LIVE ON STAGE
June 23 – 28

SHOWS FOR CHILDREN:
DINOSAUR TRAIN LIVE     CHUGGINGTON LIVE
THE LEGEND OF ZELDA-SYMPHONY OF THE GODESS

VARIETY:
SHEN YUNG       PILOBOLUS     MYTH BUSTERS

BIG STARS:
JAY LENO     SERGIO MENDES
DAVID SEDARIS     BOB DYLAN
IRA GLASS     IDINA MENZEL

Details & Reservations:
DrPhillipsCenter.org
844.513.2014

Box office hours 10 AM - 4 PM
Monday - Friday
(Closed on holidays and weekends)

March 19 JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH Orlando Shakes
March 20 BOEING BOEING The Garden Theatre
  Playwrights Roundtable - COERCION Orlando Shakes
  HANK WILLIAMS: LOST HIGHWAY Sonnentag Theatre at The Ice House
  THE PHILADELPHIA STORY Mad Cow
March 21 ABBA GIRZ TRIBUTE Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center
  3rd Annual BARK & BREW Lake Eola Park, near World Of Beer
March 23 SARA JONES The Abbey
March 25 THE SKIVVIES The Abbey
March 26 Movie Classics On Magnolia: KING KONG Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center
March 30 ALICE RIX The Abbey
March 31 T.S. MADISON Parliament House
April 11 80’s Party Parliament House

 

A Note From Wanzie

I’ve spent a good portion of the last few days railing on Facebook about the epidemic of rude and inconsiderate audience members in Orlando theaters. It has gotten so bad it truly stupefies and mystifies. But before I abandon the subject completely (for the time being anyway), may I ask what is wrong with parents that they no longer see fit to exercise control over their own children in public settings? If a child cannot remain seated at the table in a restaurant, or in a seat at a movie theater, then said child does not belong in a restaurant or a movie theater. And here’s a little Hint From Helloise; one very good way to teach your child by example that during a live theatrical production or the screening of a movie is not the time in which to engage in conversation would be, quite simply, to NOT answer your child in a voice as inappropriately loud as his or her own when they wrongly pipe up and pose questions in a darkened theater.

All right, enough on that.

So, I show up at the BROADWAY ACROSS AMERICA season announcement event at 6 PM this past Monday because the invitation was for 6 PM. I knew there was a show at 7:30 PM, but nonetheless, the invitation was for arrivals at 6 PM; so I naturally assumed there would be something going on prior to the announcement. Upon arrival I discover there is no pre-show reception or entertainment of any kind, and now all there is to do is wait for a full 90 minutes prior to the presentation. Once begun, the well-organized announcement program clipped right along and was very entertaining. During the pre-show wait, however, I happily sat down in one of the cozy lounge-like areas off the main lobby amid a sea of long-suffering senior-citizen season subscribers, and oh my gawd the shit these people were spewing fourth was amazing.

For the record, I love the Dr. Phillips facility, and have had no difficulties parking or accessing events, and I think the Center comes off on performance nights as being well run. The ushers and front of house staff are upbeat, friendly, courteous, and helpful. Wait times for refreshments have been more than reasonable. The acoustics in the Walt Disney Theater are sensational, and the auditorium handsome and comfortable. I even like overall decor and the industrial look of the place, even though I know many others who do not. But whether or not one likes the look of the joint, I think its fair to say most people would never think anything about the Bob Carr being better than The Dr. Philips Center for the Performing Arts. That is, unless you sat amid the sea of senior-citizen subscribers during the 90-munute wait before the start of the Broadway season announcement program this past Monday night.

Honest to Christ, it is was a bitch-fest of nonsensical comparisons and complaints in an exercise of one-upmanship, each person or couple vying to top the statements made by the previous person or couple who had spoken up, over what they deemed to be the greatest mistakes and missteps undertaken in the design and running of the beautiful new facility in which they were now comfortably seated. Here they lounged while sipping coffee and cocktails, and munching various snacks, and were able to do so without being in anyone else’s way, and these complete strangers were finding a common bond with one another, and were seemingly enjoying one another’s company (something that was very nearly unachievable in the lobby at The Bob Carr). Being the clear junior member of the grouping (even at 58 years of age as of last week), I dared speak up only once, saying, “Isn’t it nice though to be able to arrive early and have a sense of place? To be able sit here like this, in this beautiful, really comfortable little area, without anyone bumping in to you, or crossing your path?”

Nothing. Blank stares.

Truly taken aback that not one person could bring themselves to concur we were indeed seated in an inviting and welcoming environment conducive to friendly chit chat, I continue with, “It’s really nice, isn’t it; to be able to relax and sit in a comfy chair and actually visit and chat with all these other theater goers?”

Complete silence.

All those present looked one to another with expressions that clearly were meant to convey,  “Who is this ridiculous interloper making this absurd observation that does not speak to our collective viewpoint?”

The awkward moment of silence was pierced by a gruff gravely-toned voice from off in the corner finally chiming in with, “Well, I don’t know about anyone else here, but personally, I don’t’ come to the theater to sit in a chair and chat with other people,” to which everyone else roared their approval. As the laughter died down, I looked directly at the old geezer who made that comment and I said, “But ‘cha are, Blanche! Ya are in that chair; sitting and chatting.”

Complete silence.

Not one iota of recognition that would indicate anyone present was familiar with WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE, or that I was even speaking English. As I slunk back down into my soft cozy little club chair, I glanced around making eye contact with everyone else who was enjoying the comforts of the conversation nook, and I said, “Well, don’t mind me. Please, ya’ll just continue with your bitch fest about what a dump this place is. It’s really very amusing.” And at least a half dozen people – including gruff Mr. Gravel Voice - simultaneously rose up from their seats to go stand needlessly in the line of those already unnecessarily queued up of their own accord, awaiting the opening of the theater doors, while guys going to and from the restroom in front of which they had now planted themselves kept walking in between them with, “Excuse me.”  “Pardon me”.

Boy, they showed me!

Back in the lounge area, I sheepishly returned to my crossword while trying desperately not to smile too broadly as I felt the barrage of glares and mental daggers coming my way from all directions, as all those who had remained with me sat in complete silence until the doors of The Walt Disney Theater swung open precisely at the 7:30 PM designated time.

After everyone else filed in, I left my club chair and entered the Theater, where once seated, I was treated to non-stop chatter and occasional singing by those seated all around me, throughout the entire presentation.

I’m WANZIE And That’s All I Wrote!

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