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MOOM #5 | Nov 20, 2009 | 8am | Urban Think! Deli

The fifth incarnation of The Daily City's monthly creative meetup, MOOM will be Friday, November 20, 2009 from 8am-9am at Urban Think! Deli (625 East Central Boulevard, Orlando). They've generously offered to open up early just for us. (Facebook Event Page)

Once again, Jeff Wirth will be acting as Guest Host. He is the creator of the Interactive Performance Lab and is very well known in the creative and improv communities in and outside Orlando.

What is MOOM? MOOM is short for "Meeting of the Orlando Minds." MOOM will be a place for Orlando creative movers and shakers to connect (and re-connect) with each other, to discuss details of current projects and upcoming plans, and to to share resources and build interdisciplinary collaborations that create a more robust creative community in Orlando.

Past MOOM events:
MOOM #4 | October 16, 2009 at Seven Sisters Coffee
MOOM #3 | August 14, 2009 at Roho Art and Coffee
MOOM #2 | July 24, 2009 at Rockn Joes Coffee Panel Series #1 | Producing Large Events in Central Forida

Photo Credit: Brian Feldman
Download the 2 hour discussion that took place September 4, 2009, from 7pm-9pm, at Rollins College during Panel Series Panel #1: "Producing Large Events in Central Florida." Credit for the recording of this event goes to The Daily City team member Dan Ginader.

Don't have the time to listen to the mp3? Tim Rosenblatt took copious notes and is offering them on his blog.

The panel included:Chris Blanc | Florida Film Festival
Carole Moreland | Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival
Beth Marshall | Orlando Fringe Festival
James Schoepflin | Orlando Hispanic Film Festival
Jamie Donmoyer | Orlando Puppet Festival
John Carter | Nerdapalooza (500 attended in 2009)
Greg Pollack | BarCamp OrlandoThe goal of the panel was to illustrate the first steps of producing a large event using the 2010 Orlando Improv Festival as an example. Mark Baratelli, Editor of The Daily City and producer of this improv festival, moderated the panel.

Listen here:


Panel | Producing Large Events in Central Florida

Help Mark Put on a Festival:
A Panel on Producing Events in Central Florida
Friday September 4, 2009 | 7pm-9pm
Fred Stone Theatre, Rollins College
Tickets: $5 donation to the Orlando Improv Festival

Confirmed panel:
Chris Blanc | Florida Film Festival
Carole Moreland | Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival
Kristine Iverson | Mills 50 District, Program Director
John Carter | Nerdapalooza (500 attended in 2009)
Greg Pollack | BarCamp Orlando

What to Expect
The panelists will speak briefly about their events and experiences. Then with the 2010 Orlando Improv Festival as their "project," they'll guide the audience through "producing 101," revealing the basic first steps one must take to produce a sizeable event. Their shared knowledge base and experience will provide for interesting listening. They'll start at the beginning and end up wherever they do by the end of the night. Audience questions and participation are welcome, of course!

In 2010, I am going to produce the …

Comedy Panel and Q&A at SAK

SAK Comedy Lab is producing it's first ever panel/Q&A on the subjects of improv and comedy called "Laugh!", featuring select members of the SAK Comedy Lab ensemble. The topic will be "the science, magic, and business of comedy" with a style, as SAK puts it, "think of 'Inside the Actor's Studio' meets 'Real Time with Bill Maher.'The panel:

Stephen Kadwell

Robyn Pendretti

Mark Baratelli

David Charles

Mike Carr

Dave Russell

Jay HopkinsSAK Comedy Lab
380 W Amelia Street, Orlando, FL 32801| MAP
Monday, July, 6th 2009, 7:30pm

John Voight in Orlando April 5

AN EVENING WITH JON VOIGHT, Featuring MIDNIGHT COWBOY, Sunday, April 5, 6:45-9:30 PM, Enzian, $30 tickets include the Film and Discussion.

Join the Florida Film Festival in welcoming a phenomenally enduring and charismatic actor, Jon Voight. Oscar and Emmy winner, Mr. Voight has created some of the most memorable characters in cinema, starring in films as diverse as Deliverance, Ali, Mission Impossible, Conrack, Coming Home, National Treasure, Transformers, and scores of others. His debut performance as Joe Buck in Midnight Cowboy heralded a career that is remarkable in its depth and breadth - a masterfully rendered span of characters that embody the American dream.________________________________________________
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Mad Cow Salon returns Jan 18

Mad Cow Theatre is bringing back their popular Salon Series for a 2009 run starting this Sunday evening, January 18 at 7pm. The theme for Sunday's salon will be "Art and the Economy." Mad Cow will assemble "a panel of local theatre leaders and artists" to discuss this topic. And, why not do a little marketing while you're at it? They will "introduce members of the casts of Mad Cow's two upcoming shows... and provide an update on the concert staging of Sweeney Todd. Ask them about Christin Ebersole and how that rumor even got started.