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You Got No Show, Without The Producers!

Todd Zimmerman and Brandon Roberts. The cast is great!

Todd Zimmerman and Brandon Roberts. The cast is great!

Osceola Arts, 2411 E Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, Kissimmee, FL 34744, presents The Producers, May 6 – 22, 2016.

In Mel Brooks’ Broadway hit, a down-on-his-luck producer and his mild-mannered accountant come up with a scheme to produce the most notorious flop in history by bilking their backers out of millions of dollars. One problem: the show is a smash hit! Featuring the gloriously
offensive “Springtime For Hitler,” this outrageous, laugh-a-minute comedy is a sure-fire winner.

Orlando funnymen Todd Zimmerman and Brandon Roberts star as Bialystock and Bloom. Featuring a stellar supporting cast including Michael Colavolpe as Roger De’Bris, Kevin Kriegel as Franz Liebkind, Moses Galarza as Carmen Ghia, and introducing Kalen Dennis as Ulla, The Producers once again sets the standard for modern, outrageous, in-your-face humor.

Directed by Adam Graham, with choreography by Michelle Alagna, the show runs at Osceola Arts Friday May 6th – Sunday May 22nd.

Friday and Saturday shows are at 7:30 PM. Sunday shows are at 2:00 PM with one Thursday show on May 12th, 2016 at 7:30 PM.

Tickets may be purchased online at www.OsceolaArts.org, or at the box office an hour before show. Ticket prices range from $15 – $22.

For information contact 407-846-6257 or visit www.OsceolaArts.org.

Phantasmagoria Orlando: A Mesmeric Revelation

Last night Phantasmagoria Orlando debuted its sixth annual show titled, “The Darkness Returns,” at Mandell Theater inside the Lowndes Shakespeare Center or as the cool kids know them, Orlando Shakes, in Winter Park. It was the first in a total of thirteen performances throughout October. The last being on, when else? Halloween!

Earlier this week we were invited to a rehearsal, where we got a sneak peek of what’s to come and what goes into each show, from sound and multimedia to stage combat and… monster blocking? Our lips are sealed, as are those of the cast, crew and last night’s audience. However…

We had the grand opportunity to chat with a few of the key players; Phantasmagoria Orlando Creator (and Central Florida Top 5 theatre contributor!) John DiDonna and co-director/producers Seth Kubersky and Kevin Becker. Check out our interview #throughglass below! (Special thanks to the Phantasmagoria lighting crew for the assist!)

What is Phantasmagoria?

DiDonna explains, “(Phantasmagoria) is a Victorian, horror circus that has Steampunk overtones – that’s for sure. It is a storytelling troupe that has traveled through the ages for 2,000 plus years, telling stories and bringing them to life. So as we tell them, they are actually given life and become real.

Don’t let the words ‘horror circus‘ scare you too much, scaredy cats. The stories performed may be macabre in nature and at times, intense in presentation for some, but think of it in more of a Hitchcockian way, only a bit more visual, louder and older. MUCH older. With fire and aerial acrobatics. (YES!)

We like to think of it as a Halloween treat for people who aren’t into the guts and the gore of the haunted houses but still want something that’s spooky in a kind of classical way,” says Kubersky, who knows a thing or two about the other side of this spectrum.

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Photo Credit: Barry Kirsch (Murder City Media)

It’s a family affair… kind of.

The cast and crew of Phantasmagoria are a whimsical family on and offstage. Their family of course being extraordinarily talented and fantastically entertaining, but not theirs may not necessarily be a family show. “There’s nothing explicit but it’s probably PG-13 in terms of the tone,” says Kubersky.

Don’t let this deter you at all, horror and steampunk fans! DiDonna fleshes it out a little more, “There are certainly frights in the show. It wouldn’t be a horror show if there weren’t. They’re more Edgar Allen Poe type frights or H.P. Lovecraft type frights, rather than being Jason or Freddy. Which are great, those are amazing frightening things for a different kind of audience.

A sneak peek at @PhantasOrlando’s #TheDarknessReturns @OrlandoShakes!

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While Phantasmagoria was created and regularly perform right here in Central Florida, they also tour across the country with, as Kevin Becker explained, a few expansion plans on the front burner. A theatrical start-up, if you will.

KB: “Just this summer we went up to Atlanta and had a weeklong workshop with children, ages 10-18 and basically (showed them how) to do Phantasmagoria. Starting with stories that are classic literature; Edgar Allen Poe was one of the stories. We got to run them through how we do what we do and then kids got to do our pre-show. We had a little mini-show before we actually went on. We’re actually building on that tour because we sold out three or four out of five performances–

JD: “Which was incredible! In a town where nobody knows us, so it was amazing!”

KB: “We’re expanding (Phantasmagoria) to Baltimore in the Spring, in March, as well as looking to take it to New York City.

SK: “In addition to touring outside of the state, we also tour around the Florida area. If you don’t come to Shakes, you can see us – we were at the (Orange County) Library just recently, Renningers…”

JD: “Special events, Creative City Project upcoming, Zombie Ball… We’re supposed to be a one month a year show and we’re working twelve months of the year at this point!”

SK: “If you have a bar mitzvah or a bris…”

JD: “We have an AMAZING bris horror story!”

I’m fairly sure if this layered labour of love wasn’t truly that, the Phantasmagoria team would still be a one-month-out-of-the-year troupe.

JD: “It’s weird. In the second year, we did our first special event, someone wanted us to do something and we were like, ‘Oh that’s interesting, let’s try that,’ and we haven’t stopped since. We’ll hang up our boots December 6th, that’s our last event for this year, and then we start January 4th with an event next year! So we get Christmas off… maybe.

For this troupe, that’s a LOT of free time. Anyone in need of a Krampus show?

Phantasmagoria's "Alice" graces the cover of this month's OCLS Books & Beyond!

Phantasmagoria’s “Alice” graces the cover of this month’s OCLS Books & Beyond!

Get thee to a show!

The producers of Phantasmagoria have extended special ticket pricing for you, Central Florida Top 5 readers! Use promo code CentFlTop5 to order tickets online for a performance between now and 5pm on October 12 via www.orlandoatplay.com and receive an EXCLUSIVE Central Florida Top 5 20% DISCOUNT, so act fast!

Fine print: This code is good for any show(s) between October 9th and 31st, Friday, Saturday, Sunday nights and Monday the 19th and 26th, all at 8:00pm start (Box office opens at 7:15 – be there no later than 7:45). Tickets are limited to 4 per order, per event, and service fees will be applied. A limit to 15 CFLT5 discounts per performance night during run. (If tickets are sold out for one show, try another night)
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Photo Credit: Murder City Media (Barry Kirsch)

ProTip: VIP Tickets include a glass of wine, a treat, a souvenir, a download on Halloween night and a special VIP show with fire and even more surprises for only $10 more!

What may one expect from this year’s show?

You’ll get no spoilers here! Director John DiDonna will only give a few clues. The rest you’ll have to see for yourself…

We have monsters. Lots of monsters. Tales going back to 700 A.D., all the way to the 1800s. Definitely an Edgar Allen Poe, we’re committed to doing a Poe every year that we do the show. You can certainly expect our brand of stage combat. You can expect large scale puppets. Dances! We have about five, six amazing dances in this one. Multimedia… and a few surprises. We’re not going to let the audience know what we’re doing this year. Normally it’s in the program – not this year, folks! We’re going to let you follow the journey with the characters this time.”

More Show information:

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/461837514019494/

Official Websitehttp://www.phantasmagoriaorlando.com

Twitter | Instagram

Ticketing info & purchaseswww.orlandoatplay.com

**20% off Promo code CentFlTop5 good until 5pm on 10/12!**

Performance Dates:
Oct 9 (Fri), Oct 10 (Sat), Oct 11 (Sun)
Oct 16 (Fri), Oct 17 (Sat), Oct 18 (Sun) Oct 19 (Mon)
Oct 23 (Fri), Oct 24 (Sat), Oct 25 (Sun), Oct 26 (Mon)
Oct 30 (Fri), Oct 31 (Sat) (All Performances begin at 8pm, with VIP show immediately following main stage show)

AGE RESTRICTIONS: Due to nature of classic and literary horror such as Poe, the show is not recommended for children under 8. Infants or toddlers will not be allowed in.

Central Florida Theatre in Process Picks June 5-11

CENTRAL FLORIDA THEATRE IN PROCESS (CFTIP) WEEKEND CHOICES and PICKS –  June 5th – June 11 2015

Openings, continuing shows, upcoming events and auditions/education!
OPENING THIS WEEK
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Element Earth – presented by Emotions Dance. Friday June 5 and Saturday June 6 at 8pm at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center’s Mandell Theatre.

Tickets are $20 GA and $15 for students and seniors (65+). https://www.facebook.com/events/1637882156432283/
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BULLSHOT CRUMMOND – Valencia College Theater (Orlando) Check out the campy British comedy at Valencia’s East Campus Black Box Theater!

June 5, 6 ,8, 11, 12, & 13 at 7:30pmJune 7 & 14 at 2:00pm. SAVE $2 per ticket when you purchase online at www.valenciacollege.edu/arts and use the Promo Code ‘VALENCIAWEB.’
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CALAMITY JANE presented by Circle Theatre Company at the Orlando Repertory Edyth Bush Theatre, June 4th-June 7th. This good-hearted Western musical is the story of gun-totin’, hard-ridin’, tough-talkin’ Calamity Jane, and her love-hate relationship with famed gunslinger Wild Bill Hickok.

Tickets $12-$14 (Family friendly) www.circletheatrecompany.com/shows/calamity-jane/
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ONGOING PRODUCTIONS
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ONGOING: “DRIP” DRIP, industrial bar and show. Dress down, drink up and rock out while dancers tell a love story while dancing in paint, flying water and sand, backed by a LIVE rock band. You will get messy!
Thursdays (followed by a local art night), Fridays, Saturdays
Doors opens at 8pm, show starts a little after 9pm.
Tickets: www.ILoveDRIP.com
$35 DRIP 8747 International Dr. Ste 102 Orlando, Fl 32819
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ONGOING: “SAK Comedy Lab” is a 200 seat improv comedy theater in downtown Orlando. Conveniently located at the City Arts Factory’s second floor, 29 S. Orange Ave. SAK performs LIVE improv comedy shows that are fun and suitable for ALL AGES, Tuesday through Saturday. www.sak.com
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OPENING SOON

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The Flick, written by Annie Baker and starring Daniel Cooksley, Jessie Grossman, Marcellis Cutler, and Coletyn Hentz, opens June 19th in the Dr Phillips Center Pugh Theater, tickets on sale now!

Industry Night: June 29th, Tickets only $25.
http://www.drphillipscenter.org/…/20774-the-flick.stml
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SPOTLIGHT CABARET SERIES featuring David Almeida – Winter Park Playhouse, 711-C Orange Avenue, (Winter Park).  Mr. Almeida will perform popular songs made famous by Broadway divas, television shows and comedies like the popular British comedy Monty Python’s Flying Circus. Tickets are $18 + one drink minimum. Standing room tickets are available for $10 (with no drink minimum) when seating has sold out.

Wed & Thu, June 24 & 25 ONLY!

(Rated PG) The Winter Park Playhouse online: winterparkplayhouse.org or call 407-645-0145

https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?show=53512

EDUCATION
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DANCE/FITNESS: Now offering a Student/Theater/Dancer discount for Dion Leonhard’s Dance Barre classes at Barre Bellas! Drop-in rate for any classes Monday or Wednesday 10:30am and 11:30am is $15 (your very first class is free).

Package of 5 classes for $50; (package good for a year). A unique combination of classic Pilates Technique blended with ballet exercises, dance stretches and cardio. http://barrebellas.com

AUDITIONS/JOB OPENINGS
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The Athens in DeLand will hold open auditions for Footloose! on June 8 & 9 (starting at 6-8pm) at the Athens Theatre. An additional Call Back Date is Wednesday June 10. The Athens Theatre is located at 124 N. Florida Avenue in Downtown DeLand. https://www.facebook.com/events/625255240944004/
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AUDITION NOTICE: Orlando Repertory Theatre is seeking Equity and Non-Equity actors for six exciting shows the upcoming 2015-2016 season. Please visit http://www.orlandorep.com/auditions/ for the Audition Schedule, Audition Guidelines, and Character Breakdown. We strongly encourage all ethnicities to audition for all productions!
There are a total of three general calls, each of which requires an appointment.
General Audition #1 – Friday, June 5th (9:00am-5:00pm)
General Audition #2 – Wednesday, June 10th (2:30pm-9:30pm)
General Audition #3 – Wednesday, June 24th (2:30pm-9:30pm)
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Auditions for Neil Simon “God’s Favorite” this Sunday and Monday Show will be at the Atlantic Center for the Arts in New Smyrna, July 17th and 18th. call 909-560-7454 auditions will be at 203 Washington, in NSB 32168 https://www.facebook.com/events/1619102021680913/
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IMMEDIATE HIRE: TheatreWorks Florida is now accepting submissions for COSTUME DESIGNER for SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK LIVE!. 3+ years of musical theatre experience required. Salary: Independent Contractor Salary. To apply, please send a cover letter of interest highlighting your experience and a resume to Abel Gonzales, TWF Company Manager, at: theatrecares@theatreworksfl.org
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Auditions for Clandestine Arts production of “Carrie The Musical” are quickly approaching, and slots are filling up. Be sure to schedule an appointment so you don’t miss out on this rarely produced show!  https://www.facebook.com/events/955259921162696/
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Holiday Hijinks at Rollins Fred Stone Theater with Sleigh!

by Kelly Green

post office TerrenceWant to the find the “happy” in “Happy Holidays”? Look no further than PB&J Theatre Factory’s Sleigh. Presented by the Rollins College Dept. of Theatre and Dance, Sleigh runs for one week (December 17-21) at the Fred Stone Theatre on the Rollins College campus.

Set in the quiet mountain town of Sugar Falls, scenes of the season come to life, from picking out the perfect tree to holiday air travel. And by quiet, I mean… quiet! There are no spoken words in this play (with the exception of an occasional “gingerbread”). Don’t worry, though. There are plenty of silly sounds and accompanying pratfalls that will “speak” volumes. You’ll also hear lots of laughter!

Our family has enjoyed their seasonal silliness many times. It’s a holiday tradition that’s woven its way into our history, as we reenact scenes while baking cookies, or visiting the post office, hearing the music of The Nutcracker, or pulling out an airline boarding pass… giggling the whole time!

nutcrackerIf you need a break from the chaos of the season, or if you just want to enjoy a night of smiles and festive fun that’s appropriate for the whole family, Sleigh will fill the bill. Not to mention filling you with good cheer.

Cast
Brandon Roberts, Becky Eck, Terrence Yip, Chelsea Hiland, Anthony Smith

Show Time
Nightly at 8 pm, Dec. 17, 18, 19, 20, 22;

Matinees at 2 pm, Dec. 20, 21

Tickets
$20 for general admission, $15 for children 12 and under

All seats $15 on Dec. 17 and 22

Box Office
Tickets can be purchased at the door (if available), or reserved in advance at www.pbjtickets.com or by calling 407‐574‐5794.

spread em

 

THEATRE WEEKEND CHOICES and PICKS for Thursday, September 20th-26th 2012

 

(Now no one can say there is nothing going on!) From Central Florida Theatre in Process! Events all over Central Florida!

Each week CFTiP will provide resources and links to a variety of events playing in the Central Florida area, along with news and views!  To get involved, join the conversation at our facebook group by becoming a member at https://www.facebook.com/groups/277284114334/

 

EVENTS THIS WEEKEND

“The Miss Firecracker Contest”  by Beth Henley – Annie Russell Theare, Rollins College (Winter Park)
A glittering explosion of laughs sparkle throughout Beth Henley’s story of one small Mississippi town’s biggest annual celebration: the 4th of July Festival and beauty pageant. Carnelle has quite the reputation as a less-than-respectable young lady of Brookhaven. But she is determined to trade in her undesired (yet deserved) nickname of “Miss Hot Tamale” for the glamorous coveted title of “Miss Firecracker.”
Box Office: 407-646-2145
Discounts available for current students with valid ID; group rates available
http://www.facebook.com/events/111553708997284/
www.rollins.edu/annierussell

 

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‘Savage In Limbo’ – Art’s Sake Resident Ensemble Production/ Art’s Sake Studio (Winter Park)
Five lost souls, one last call — John Patrick Shanley’s “Savage” offers a unique view into the lives of five 32 yr-olds in a Brooklyn bar trying to negotiate their mangled lives, romances, demons, disappointments and friendships. Runs Fridays and Saturdays September 21st, 22nd, 28th, 29th, Oct 5th, & 6th @ 8 pm / savagereservations@gmail.com or407-494-5425
$12 general admission/ $10 students & seniors
http://www.facebook.com/events/502098236486814/
Mature themes & language – adult audience only

 

“The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged)” – Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Lowndes Shakespeare Center (Orlando) The Three Stooges meet the History Channel when three merry men in tights weave their wicked way through all 37 of Shakespeare’s comedies, histories, and tragedies. September 12 and runs through October 7, 2012. Tickets, priced at $20-$40, are on sale now (407) 447-1700 or http://www.orlandoshakes.org. Student Rush tickets available 30 minutes before show time. RATING: General Audience.

*$10 off evening performances on September 26, 27, and 28th only with Coupon Code: ABRIDGED. Fine Print: Tickets subject to availability. Cannot be combined with another offer.

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“Pete ‘n” Keely”,  Winter Park Playhouse (Winter Park) Musical comedy – American’s favorite singing couple reunite live on national television, five years after their divorce. Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 2pm, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm. Industry discounts available at every performance while tickets last. Reservations recommended 407-645-0145www.winterparkplayhouse.org

 

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“Wait Until Dark” –Sept. 21 – Oct. 14 — Bay Street Players (Eustis) — Box Office Phone 352-357-7777or book online at baystreetplayers.org. The historic State Theatre in downtown Eustis. A blind woman plays a deadly game of survival…. An intense thriller; may not be suitable for young children.

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“Miss Saigon” – Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center (Sanford)  by Alain Boublil, Claude Michel Scoenberg and Richard Maltby, Jr., based on Puccini’s “Madama Butterfly”. Performed with LIVE orchestra. Performances September 13 – 23, Thursday – Saturdays at 7:30, Sundays at 2:00. $10 tickets on THURSDAYS if you tell the Box Office you ‘work in the industry’.

https://www.facebook.com/WDPAC)/ 407-321-8111 www.wdpac.com

 

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“Of Mice and Men” – FINAL THREE Theatre Downtown (Orlando)  American classic of friendship and sacrifice Thursday – Saturday @ 8:00. $20.00 for adults and special discounts for students and seniors. Call 407 841-0083 for reservations.

www.theatredowntown.net

RATING: Middle School and Up (Some mature themes)

 

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“THE PAPER BAG PRINCESS”:- September 6-30, 2012 at The REP (Orlando)! Tickets start at just $11 with public performances on Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm and 5:30pm. OPENING SATURDAY BOGO: Buy one adult ticket and get one child’s ticket FREE to either performance in the opening Saturday, September 8, of The Paper Bag Princess! Call 406.896.7365 http://www.orlandorep.com/Index.aspx

 

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SPECIAL EVENTS:

 

EDUCATIONAL

Orlando Shakespeare Theater’s essential Shakespeare training
If you are an actor who is afraid of Shakespeare, you just haven’t met the right classes… It’s truly not intimidating once you learn the basics. Our classes are designed to eliminate your “Shakesfeare.” No Shakespeare experience is required.
Paraphrasing
Dates: October 9 – 30, 2012 (4 weeks)
Time: Tuesdays, 7 – 10 p.m.
Tuition: $150
The first rehearsals of any Orlando Shakes production are devoted to paraphrasing. In this class, actors will learn how to paraphrase Shakespeare into modern speech, find an emotional connection to the lines, and translate those discoveries to Shakespeare’s text.
Register at www.orlandoshakes.org or call 407-447-1700 ext 208.

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G.O.A.T. Three week intensive with Dennis Neal!

https://www.facebook.com/#!/events/329016003861114/

 

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AUDITIONS UPCOMING:

 

DANCER AUDITIONS – Emotions Dance Company (Orlando) – Emotions Dance seeks professional dancers for their upcoming season of works. 3 female, 3 male and one apprentice spot open.
https://www.facebook.com/events/349750175108197/
www.emotionsdance.org

 

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 “Playfest! The Harriet Lake Festival of New Plays.” Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is holding an Equity & Non-Equity open call.  For more information, visithttp://orlandoshakes.org/auditions

 

Auditions will be held on Thursday, September 25 from 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 E. Rollins Street, Orlando, Florida, 32803.

 

For an audition time, please email Melissa E. Koerner at melissak@orlandoshakes.org.

For more information, visit http://orlandoshakes.org/auditions.

 

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

 “Oleanna” – Valencia College Humanities Speaker Series, Valencia College Black Box (Orlando) David Mamet’s searing play about power and sexual exploitation on a College Campus. FREE PERFORMANCES and TALK BACKS – Sept 27 @ 7:30 / Sept 28 @ 1pm. https://www.facebook.com/events/270801333037098/#!/events/270801333037098/272899709493927/?notif_t=plan_mall_activity – Rating Mature audiences

 

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“The Exit Interview” – Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Lowndes Shakespeare Center (Orlando)  – Nothing is taboo in this raucous comedy about The Big Three—Religion, Sex and Politics. One of the funniest and smartest contemporary comedies in years, A National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere. September 27 through October 21, 2012.
Tickets, priced at $22, are on sale now (407) 447-1700 or http://orlandoshakes.org.
* ½ price tickets to “The Exit Interview” available for September 29 and 30, October 4 with Coupon Code: EXIT Fine Print: Tickets subject to availability. Cannot be combined with another offer.

RATING: Recommended for adult audiences only.