“Come From Away” captures the loving kindness our northerly neighbors provided when terror struck.
Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor, in town for a concert with the Orlando Philharmonic, talks about his craft, the travel ban turmoil, and his beloved horses.
Actually, "Something Rotten," unlike its title, is a fresh, rousing sendup of Shakespeare's Elizabethan-era genius and the most popular favorites of contemporary musical theater.
Earthy, charming, playful: "Waitress" is a delicious musical treat.
Post-grad theater student Amanda Lee assumes nigh every duty as she stages a production of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night'' with an all-female cast of friends.
Beginnings and endings mark Orlando Ballet’s upcoming performances of 'Romeo and Juliet.'
A Snap! Space show focuses on photographers Jamel Shabazz and Shawn Theodore. Plus a look at other striking local exhibits.
Energetic 'School of Rock' is great fun as it disses stodginess with a rebellious riff.
Call us captivated by a stellar 'La Mancha' at Shakespeare Theater and an intriguing art exhibit at OMA.
Here are 6 not-to-be-missed shows at the annual theater festival, which ends this weekend.
The all-day Accidental Music Festival features 18 ensembles and soloists performing in succession.
"Disenchanted" casts Disney princesses in a delicious new light
Exhibits at Snap! Space and Cornell Museum explore the portrayals of African Americans in art.
"An American in Paris” transports you to an exhilarating world of music, dance, dance and more dance.
Eric Jacobsen and the Orlando Philharmonic will play a world premiere work of Lisa Bielawa, who finds artistry amid the noise.
Gallery owners Patrick and Holly Kahn offer powerful exhibits showcasing photographer Roger Ballen, as well as Pulse tribute images.
Offerings at the Global Peace Film Festival include a documentary about the Pulse nightclub tragedy.
A big sale this weekend precedes McRae Art Studios' departure from Winter Park. Where to next?
A multitude of Broadway and Orlando performers gather for back-to-back shows to benefit LGBT groups—and lift a city’s spirit.
Here are 10-must see shows. Snag your tickets. Now.
The Orlando Philharmonic’s Eric Jacobsen says goodbye to his longtime string quartet cohorts in a concert on April 27.
Four remarkable headliners make the 14th annual Orlando Cabaret Festival a can’t-miss event.
Florida Opera Theatre has a new name, with a celebration and April performances coming up.
The 'Women of Vision' photography exhibit at Orlando Museum of Art offers a stunning emotional journey.
Writers Matthew Salesses and Kristen Arnett will read from their works Saturday night.
'Blair Witch’ producer Robin Cowie organizes gatherings for those with tales to tell.
Reflections on the debt that "Star Wars'' owes to science fiction author Frank Herbert and "Dune.''
A photography exhibit explores The Fab Four and The Stones, while a film documents the rise and fall of Janis Joplin.
Florida Opera Theatre explores the legendary soprano as teacher in “Master Class.’’
On Thursday, actor LeVar Burton speaks on the power of storytelling, and photographer Jess T. Dugan discusses her compelling exhibit.
Excitement (and fog) are in the air as Orlando Ballet and orchestra stage weekend performances of “Giselle.”
Bat Boy Found Living at The Abbey!!!!
Cole NeSmith and company take to the downtown streets again with a night of artistic bliss.
The Global Peace Film Festival is screening 57 new movies at three locations through Oct. 4.
Dee Roscioli's sendups of showbiz goddesses turn the "Spamalot'' silliness up a notch.
Performance artist Brian Feldman returns to Orlando to explore quirky adventures in dishwashing and leaving phone messages.