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Will Ferrell looking for 18 year old

An unnamed film produced by Will Ferrell is seeking an unknown 18-year-old-looking actor: "We are seeking new/unknown actors to capture the documentary feel. Actors should be comfortable with improv. Storyline: Stewie's well-meaning brother and best friend, Cole, wants to make a documentary of him losing his virginity before his eighteenth birthday." Details on Playbill.com (Photo Source)________________________________________________
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Thomas Thorspecken's sketch blog

Thomas Thorspecken has a fabulous blog displaying his wonderful sketches of scenes in and around Orlando. The above is a sketch he did while attending Brian Feldman's latest in his series of Twitter-Theater-hybrids, txt. Please go check out Thorspecken's blog and leave him a comment or five.________________________________________________
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Neighborhood Excellence Initiative Awards

6th Annual Neighborhood Excellence Initiative: Bank of America will award $450,000 in grants and recognition to deserving individuals and non-profit organizations in Central Florida (Orange, Seminole, Osceola and Lake Counties).

Organizations and individuals are encouraged to submit applications and nominations in the following two categories:1) Local Hero Award: Deadline June 30, 2009
The Local Hero Award was created to honor outstanding individuals who are making a difference in the Central Florida community and serve as role models, advocates, mentors or volunteers and are inspiring others to get involved as well! Consider nominating a board member, volunteer, staff member, a donor, a client, or another leader whom you feel has earned the title of "Local Hero" for their exemplary service to the community.

Award: Five Local Heroes are awarded a $5,000 grant to be given to the eligible non-profit organization of their choice.

2) Neighborhood Builder Award: Deadline June 30, 2…

Free cab rides from Lynx

If you are a registered member of a LYNX Vanpool, Carpool or Bus Pass program and your company enrolls in LYNX Guaranteed Ride Home, you qualify for free cab service home when emergencies or unscheduled overtime work disrupts your day. You can use this free service up to four times a year. Details________________________________________________
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Grants, NonProfits and the Stimulus Bill

The National Council of Nonprofits is sharing with the public an evolving series of special reports about our nation’s economic recovery, including analysis of the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009 (commonly referred to as the economic stimulus bill) that President Obama signed into law on February 17, 2009.Volume I PDF "Nonprofit Grant Opportunities": provides an overview of this historic piece of legislation and identifies key provisions that lend themselves to potential grant opportunities for some nonprofits

Volume II PDF "Stimulus Grant Tips and Thoughts": offers tips for those thinking about applying for a stimulus-funded grant.

Volume III PDF "Whether and How States Are Accepting & Distributing Federal Stimulus Funds": reviews how various states have indicated they will handle the federal funds.________________________________________________
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Links: Ignite Orlando March 4

Republican Tea Party Feb 27- The Patriot Room
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang tix start Feb 27- Broadway Across America
Ignite Orlando is March 4- The Daily City
Death of a Salesman opens March 6- Theatre Downtown
You missed the TweetUp. So did I. Orlando Sentinel
1st b-day kick-off party March 7- B3 Cafe
Moscow String Quartet March 22- Bach Festival________________________________________________
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Seth Rudetsky in Orlando to perform AND teach

Seth Rudetsky is not only coming to Orlando to perform in March, but also to teach. He'll be giving a class in auditioning for the musical theatre Saturday, March 21st, 11:00am to 2:00pm at the Parliament House's Footlight Theatre (410 N. Orange Blossom Trail) which will include...

"Stop singing the wrong 16-bars! Where do I look when I audition? How do I end this song? What do I think about when I’m singing? What should I do with my body/hands? Can I sing this song at an audition for _____? (fill in the blank) Stop hating the song that you are auditioning with. So many people have a signature song, but no longer enjoy singing it. Seth helps people learn to love their song again."

Class is $100 and size (of the class, not you) is limited. Students will be given a 10-15 minute slot to perform and work on their song. To register, email your name, email and phone number to rhapset@aol.com. Pay in advance and get more details.______________________________________________…

Altered State, curated group show

Altered State, curated by Patricia Coyle, is a one-night "uniquely strange, humorous and poignant group show." Each artist created a piece illustrating their own skewed view of life in Central Florida. February 28, 7-11 p.m., Say It Loud, 1121 N. Mills Avenue. The artists: Johannah O’Donnell, Joseph Williams, Linda Hartmann, Morgan Steele, Pam Treadwell, Patricia Coyle, Peg Martin and Tom Hope. Sounds by Adriaan Mol________________________________________________
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Che opens Feb 20 at Enzian

CHE opens Feb 20 at Enzian: (tickets) Oscar-winner Steven Soderbergh delivers this ambitious and sprawling biopic of one of the 20th century's most influential political figures. Starring Academy Award Winner Benicio Del Toro (TRAFFIC, 21 GRAMS) as Ernesto "Che" Guevara , this film is told in two exhilarating parts.________________________________________________
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Bold Hype: Mythology Mural Show

Bold Hype has a new showing called "Mythology Mural Show" running March 7-31. Ten contemporary artists take on ancient mythology. The opening night party is March 7, 8pm-12am at Bold Hype. 1844 East Winter Park Road, Orlando, Florida. More info: 407-629-2965. Artists: Charles Marklin, Andrew Spear, Dres13, Dustin Orlando, Decoy, Morgan Steele, Dolla, Robin Van Arsdal, Feff Riggan, David Hoskins.
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Florida Hospital StoryCorps-ing for it's 100th birthday

Storycorps in New York City, New York


Storycorps in Tucson, Arizona

StoryCorps in Orlando, Florida
StoryCorps is a national independent nonprofit project whose mission is to honor and celebrate one another’s lives through listening. Listen to a sample recording. A recording booth for the project is in Orlando now till February 27th and accepting appointments for Orlando citizens to come in and record a story relating to an experience with Florida Hospital. Make your appointment here.Since 2003, tens of thousands of everyday people have interviewed family and friends through StoryCorps. Each conversation is recorded on a free CD to take home and share, and is archived for generations to come at the Library of Congress. Millions listen to our award-winning broadcasts on public radio and the Internet. StoryCorps is one of the largest oral history projects of its kind, creating a growing portrait of who we really are as Americans.________________________________________________
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Orlando Museum of Art t-shirt: $5

The Orlando Museum of Art has new logo shirts on sale for $5 in it's lobby. Buy one while you're at the Antiques Show & Sale this weekend.
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The Gallery on UCFTV

I am in love with a show offered on UCFTV called "The Gallery." It's a slick, quality video offering highlighting the university's arts events. See above for their West Side story special. Congratulations to "The Gallery"'s producer/director, Elana Cooper Aaron Hosé. Watch more "The Gallery" episodes about the shows Parade and The Piano Lesson.
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Florida Music Festival: Indie Film Jam

Submissions for the 2009 Indie Film Jam (website) are coming to a close. This jam is part of the Florida Music Festival. The deadlines are February 28th, 2009 ($35 fee), March 15, 2009 ($45 fee). Submit now. The two categories, "short film" and "music video" will be juried and awarded prizes for Best in Fest, Audience Favorite, and Special Jury Prize.________________________________________________
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The first annual SolarDay will be held nationwide on the first day of Summer – Sunday, June 21, 2009 – to educate the public about the benefits of solar energy and local solar installations in their area.

SolarDay is the first statewide and national recognition on the importance of solar energy to provide a source of energy that will reduce the U.S. dependence on fossil fuels and foreign oil. This is an annual event held each year on the first day of Summer.

The creator of SolarDay is Elevator Communications, LLC is a California-based communications company. Very innnnnteresting.________________________________________________
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Laughing WIld at Sleuths Mystery Dinner Theatre

The play "Laughing Wild" by Christopher Durang will play 2/19/09 - 2/22/09 at Sleuth's featuring local actors David Almeida and Janine Klein. Tickets are $17. Sleuths is at 8267 International Drive, 1 mile north of the Orlando Orange County Convention Center behind Ripley’s Believe It Or Not. Show times are Thursday-Saturday at 8:30pm, Sunday matinees at 2:30pm. Reservations recommended. Call 407-363-1985). "Two New Yorkers have an unlikely meeting and find an even more unlikely connection in this metaphysical comedy. Laughs abound in Durang's hysterical world of urban angst, satire, and neurosis."________________________________________________
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Montel Williams tonight 7pm

Your dreams have come true: Montel comes to Orlando. See him (and buy his book so he'll sign it) tonight at 7pm at the Barnes & Noble on Colonial near downtown Orlando.
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Orlando Museum of Art: Antiques Show & Sale

Orlando Museum of Art's Antiques Show and Sale is February 20-22, 2009, Friday & Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday Noon-5pm.It's an annual event produced by the Council of 101 featuring distinguished dealers from throughout the eastern United States and showcases their fine antique furniture, jewelry, paintings, oriental rugs, garden ornaments, porcelain and much more. Proceeds from the Antiques Show and Sale benefits the Orlando Museum of Art.________________________________________________
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Writer Workshop with Vanessa Blakeslee

February 22nd Short Fiction Sprint: Vanessa Blakeslee will share a powerful writing lesson and exercise from an award-winning Vermont College faculty writer and mentor that forever transformed her understanding of the short story form and her own short story craft; her stories catapulted from plot-meandering to resonating, published works in less than a year. Register & Details
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Apartment E: ArtStalk

Apartment E is doing ArtStalk every 1st Thursday of the month. This month's is TODAY. Details below.Stop 1 5:00-7:30
The Office Gallery & Art Studios, 47 E. Robinson Suite 205
-"early networking fun"

STOP 2 7:30-8:30
City Arts Factory, 29 S. Orange AVENUE
-Chuck Dinkins, Q Gallery, Keila Glassworks, Kiene /Quigly, Chuck Dinkins, Pound Gallery

STOP 3 8:30- 9:00
Gallery at Avalon Island, 39 S. Magnolia
-Jeff Shonkwiler

STOP 4 9:00
A. K. A Lounge, 68 E. Pine Street
-Christopher Johnson________________________________________________
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Brian Feldman's The End of TV

If you missed the switch from analog to digital television that happened Wednesday morning at 12:00am, here's the Orlando Sentinel's grab of Brian Feldman's piece "The End of TV." It showed three televisions stacked on top of each other at "say It Loud" on Mills. This video also got mentioned on the New york Times blog, TV Decoder.


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Coverage: City of Orlando Puppetroupe PuppetBlast

Review: Jack and the Beanstalk
Writer/Photographer: Tisse Mallon

The production of "Jack and the Beanstalk" by The City of Orlando Puppetroupe was absolutely wonderful. It was a twist on the normal storyline and all characters (10, I think) and the music (kazoo and banjo) are played by one multi-tasking puppeteer, David Stephens.

The audience of children and their parents was thoroughly amused by the mixture of silly jokes, fun melodies, and interactive "spell casting" shout-outs. Stephens spoke about puppets after the show and encouraged the audience to try their hand at making a dog puppet.

My appreciation of the talent involved in bringing a show like this to life took on a new level when I was informed that David Stephens did the show with his right elbow fractured and chipped, due to a fall the morning before the show.







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Coverage: Fab Fringe 2009

The annual fundraiser produced by and for the Orlando Fringe Festival called "Fab Fringe" was held Monday night at the Orlando Shakes building.

Photo Credit: Denna Eramo

Checkerboard Productions

Rob Ward as Pepe

Heather Henson and friend

Jeremy Seghers and accompanist

DexDance
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Coverage: Nude Night 2009

Nude Nite Orlando was February 12-14th at the vacant warehouse at 503 Brookhaven Drive. The event "breaks from the traditional stuffy art show with a 3-nite art event celebrating the beauty of the nude, including all media. All proceeds from beverage and art sales benefit The Artery, Inc. a 501c3, which donates to the education of breast cancer through art.

Photo and Video Credit: Tisse Malon





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Coverage: Why Would They Do That?

Brian Feldman and Jessica Earley performance art-ed Why Would They Do That Saturday, February 14, 2009. The piece was described in their press pack as "an Andy Kaufman-esque piece that will "stereophonically" inform you about the hows, whens, wheres and whys of elopement" at the Gazebo at Mayor Carl T. Langford Park.

Photo and Video Credit: Tisse Malon








Part of the performance


The audience


The poster
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Starbucks: instant coffee Via

Alright coffee snobs, Starbucks is coming out with instant coffee. Discuss.

New instant Starbucks coffee, "Via"

Their tumbler/mixer for the instant coffee


Why it's "not standard" instant coffee________________________________________________
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St Pete art opening: Under the Influence 2

Under the Influence 2, a visual art show, runs March 6 thru April 4 at C. Emerson Fine Arts in St Petersburg, Florida. 909 Central Avenue (Map). Opening Reception: March 6th, 7-10pm, with live performance art by Isabel Czerwenka-Wenkstetten and live screen printing by Rocky Grimes.

Artists showing work: Clayton Chandler, Isabel Czerwenka-Wenkstetten, Rocky Grimes, Patrick Fatica, Patrick Francisco, Jennifer Lewis, Kristen Margiotta, Benjamin Offroy, Josh Taylor, Johnny Vitale________________________________________________
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Art in State Buildings: UCF Physical Sciences Building

The Art in State Buildings Program is accepting applications from artists for some site-specific works in the UCF Physical Sciences building, phase one of which is scheduled for completion early 2009 and phase two, late 2009. -Phase One details ($99k!)
-Phase Two details ($90k)________________________________________________
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Did you go to Nude Night?

If you go to Nude Night (Orlando or Tampa) this weekend, send us a review, photos or video. We want to see how dirty Orlando can get. Oh and happy Valentines/Singles Awareness Day.________________________________________________
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Pew Research Center: Orlando #4 most popular city

Pew Research Center's Social & Demographic Trends conducted a "wide-ranging telephone survey of a nationally representative sample of 2,260 adults Oct. 3-19, 2008." Look which city made the #4 spot on the cities people most want to live in: Orlando! (Source)

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House and Senate phone numbers: the arts

Willow Fox from 4culture.org forwarded me an email from Lynn Basa about arts in the US. She doesn't identify who Basa is, but the email is fascinating and includes some relevant phone numbers. Warning: I have not tried any of these phone numbers, so try them at your own risk."I was at a political fundraiser tonight and got introduced to someone who worked for Obama when he was in the State senate and who is now a lobbyist. I basically cornered him and told him what a terrible impact it would have on artists' livelihoods and those we employ if infrastructure stimulus funds were prevented from being used on public art.

I could see him get very interested when I told him we had a national group of almost 300 artists. He took out his Blackberry and gave me a list of every member of the House and Senate who is on the Conference Committee that is battling it out about what can be put back in the bill. THERE'S STILL TIME to get art in infrastructure back into the stimulus pac…

Americans for the Arts: wish you were here

With the economy being so wonderful and arts orgs doing so well (ticket sales up, paying customers being evicted from sold-out theatres) what better to do that pay $450-$600 for a convention about sustainability in the arts? Sounds like smart thinking to me.

Spend June 18-20 with fellow arts employees who just have too much money and funding to know what to do with. Oh and don't forget your airfare, food, housing and that darling $20 hemp tote with the Americans For the Arts logo. "Reflect on innovative ideas from speakers in more than 75 field-crafted sessions, plus tours and activities throughout the region.

Rethink the possibilities to grow our greatest renewable resources—the arts, culture, and creativity—with more than 1,400 colleagues from across the country.

Renew your commitment to creating a sustainable future for yourself, your organization, and your community."Please. If the arts are doing so poorly (we've all seen that letter circulating on facebook and ema…

Feldman's Twitter of the Shrew

Brian Feldman is doing Shakespeare via Twitter. Can someone please give this man a grant? The Orlando Sentinel's Elizabeth Maupin did such a good job of linking to Feldman's 15 twitter accounts (wow) I'll link to her post and you can get all the poop there. (Image source)________________________________________________
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Opening night for Brandon Dunlap mixed media "Installment"

Tampa mixed media artist Brandon Dunlap
Opening night for "Installment," the latest Dustin Orlando-produced art show, is February 19, 2009, 6-10pm, as part of Downtown Orlando's 3rd Thursday Gallery Walk. The featured artist will be Tampa's mixed media Brandon Dunlap. Open wine bar, live DJ, free admission, open to public.

FORTY VII Clothing: 150 S.Magnolia Suite 101E on the corner of Church and Magnolia. This clothing shop/ art venue will be offering 40% off all denim, 40% off selected outerwear, 50% off all women's shoes, and 50% off select styles of men's shoes.________________________________________________
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For those fired from Universal, some salt

While many folks lose their jobs at Universal Orlando, Steven Spielberg stays employed by Universal, makes money from them and will continue to do so... forever... if he chooses."Steven Spielberg pockets 2% of the gross receipts from Universal’s theme park in Orlando. That comes out to a cool $30 million every 365 days just for "consulting" on park rides and attractions. The deal has been in place for the past 2 decades and continues "in perpetuity."

The former head of Universal, Sid Sheinberg, says, "When we made the deal I was delighted to make it. I thought at the time it was a sensible deal. I think it is now. I don’t regret it at all," adding, "The deal has been criticized by some who have entered the world later. If you set out to do a studio tour and you’re competing with a giant mouse, you better have a lot of weaponry, particularly when you move into Orlando, Florida."' (Source)________________________________________________
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United States of AbFab

Hold on to your Lacroix, the Brit-com Ab Fab is coming to America on Fox with two leads you'd never guess. "Stage and screen stars Kathryn Hahn (Boeing-Boeing) and Kristen Johnston (The Women) will co-star in the American version of the hit British comedy "Absolutely Fabulous." Variety reports that Hahn and Johnston will head the cast of the Fox series, which will be titled "AbFab."

Marcia Shulman, Fox's executive vice-president of casting, told the industry paper, "From working with Kate Winslet to Will Ferrell, it's [Hahn's] broad range of talent that inspired us to give her a development deal. 'AbFab' was bought with her specifically in mind."' (Image Source)________________________________________________
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Facebook's 25 things meme: fun with notes

ReadWriteWeb says Facebook finally passed MySpace in traffic to become the top online social network. Traffic rose 15% on the site in January. And that "25 Random Things About Me" thing that went around in January on Facebook had a part to play in it:"According to the latest data from Compete, the '25 Random Things About Me' meme has not only given us access to a plethora of random facts about people we barely know, but this digital fad has also been good for Facebook. According to the latest data from Compete, four times more people than usual visited the 'Notes' section on Facebook in January. Compete estimates that close to 20 million users used 'Notes' in January, while only about 4 million used it in October 2008."Good to know for those of you using Facebook to market your arts projects. And with Fringe coming up in May, we'll be bombarded with Facebook marketing here in Orlando, both good and bad, from artists and others. Keep your…

FilmSlam 2009: free to submit

FilmSlam has and always will be free to submit to. I encourage you to submit to this fun monthly event, especially if you have something to promote: a Fringe show, a play, a new coffee shop... make a short film involving your "thing" you want to promote and submit it to film slam. Make sure it's good and not just a commercial. But I know you know that already. Here's a letter aboutt he FilmSlam's free-ness from its programmer and host, John Theisen: FilmSlammers,

I just wanted to take a moment to reconnect with everyone in this New Year. I am happy to report that the first two months of the Enzian FilmSlam 2009 have been very successful - both in the quality of the films being showcased, as well as the overall attendance and support.

I know many of us are feeling the tough economic times right now, so I wanted to remind everyone that the FilmSlam is FREE to submit to. No need to beg for fee waivers or discounts like I am sure many of you are doing with other film f…

Wanna go to FSU? Admissions Seminar in Orlando

Do you have questions about the FSU college admissions process? You and your children (8th-10th grade recommended) are invited to attend an information session with Janice Finney, Director of Admissions and John Barnhill, Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management. Let them walk you through what can be an overwhelming and stressful process, unless you have all the right information. Topics covered will include:-How to find the right college
-How to prepare your student academically
-How to navigate the application process
-How colleges make decisions
-How to apply for financial aid
-And moreMarch 10, 2009, 5:30-6:30pm
The Plaza Theatre — 425 N. Bumby Avenue, Free Admission________________________________________________
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Brian Feldman & Jessica Earley: Why Would They Do That?

Jessica Earley (interview, website, Bedroom Piece, just_for_today, 10,000 Steps: Yay for Me! I'm Alive!) and Brian Feldman (website, Link 33, I Am a Red Chair, Leap Year Day) perform together for the first time in Why Would They Do That?, an Andy Kaufman-esque piece that will "stereophonically" inform you about the hows, whens, wheres and whys of elopement. Featuring the musical stylings of Omar Delarosa (Little Insects), Why Would They Do That? is the dangling query of the year.

Saturday, February 14, 2009, 12-4pm. (approx.)
The Gazebo at Mayor Carl T. Langford Park
1808 E Central Blvd Orlando FL 32801
Free to attend. Valentine's cupcakes provided!
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March: Boston Pops and Marrin Mazzie!

March 09 is already a great month for top-knotch shows, but now it's getting even better. The Boston Pops is coming to the Bob Carr Performing Arts Center in Orlando March 8th at 8:00pm. Joined by one of Broadway’s golden couples, Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley, they’ll perform “A Tribute to Oscar and Tony,” highlighting music from Tony Award winning musicals and Oscar winning movies. Buy tickets: 407-849-2577. View tour website.March 8, 2009 at 8PM at the Bob Carr Auditorium in Orlando, FL
March 9, 2009, 8pm at the Hayes Hall/Philharmonic Center in Naples FL
March 10, 8pm at the Van Wezel PAH in Sarasota, FL
March 11, 8pm at the Broward Center in Ft. Lauderdale, FL
March 13, 8pm at the Peabody Auditorium in Daytona Beach, FL
March 14, 5:30pm at the Riverside Park in Vero Beach, FL
March 15, 2pm & 8pm at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach, FL
March 16, 8pm at Ruth Eckerd Hall Clearwater, FLMarin Mazzie is a three-time Tony Award nominee for her performances in Kiss Me, Kate; Ragti…