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Harold Holzer, Julian Bond, Eugene Robinson and David Selby


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Harold Holzer, Julian Bond, Eugene Robinson and David Selby

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Harold Holzer, Julian Bond, Eugene Robinson and David Selby
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Harold Holzer, Julian Bond, Eugene Robinson and David Selby

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Steve Tyrell, Mike Stoller, Julian Bond

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Julian Bond and wife

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RAGTIME, FREAKY FRIDAY, LEGALLY BLONDE & More Lead Florida's May Theater Top 10 Photo RAGTIME, FREAKY FRIDAY, LEGALLY BLONDE & More Lead Florida's May Theater Top 10
by BWW Staff - May 2, 2022

Florida is never lacking outstanding theatre, whether epic Broadway shows, engrossing dramas or bold fringe offerings. BroadwayWorld is rounding up our top recommended theatre every month.

BWW Review: Theater West End's Reimagined INTO THE WOODS Finds Magic in a Forest with Photo BWW Review: Theater West End's Reimagined INTO THE WOODS Finds Magic in a Forest without Trees
by Aaron Wallace - Feb 7, 2022

Those who haven't encountered INTO THE WOODS before won't miss anything at Theater West End. It's still the story of Cinderella, Red Riding Hood, Jack the giant chaser, and a baker and his wife and the witch that cursed them all heading into the same woods at the same time for very different reasons. Their journeys intersect in song and scandal as Sondheim spins the yarn of didactic fantasy into the gold of complex moral quandry. The result is a work as nuanced and astute in its reflection on the human condition as any that music theatre has ever had to offer...

BWW Review: CABARET Fits Theater West End's Vintage Vibe Like a Fishnet Stocking Photo BWW Review: CABARET Fits Theater West End's Vintage Vibe Like a Fishnet Stocking
by Aaron Wallace - Nov 23, 2021

CABARET and Theater West End are a match made in the heavens of art direction, so much so that it’s nearly a wonder they hadn’t staged it here til now. The plexiglass partitions even hint at the giant mirror that faced this show’s earliest audiences on Broadway — I caught reflections from performers and patrons on several occasions (including my own) and smiled in appreciation of the unintended nod.

RAGTIME to Return to Central Florida Community Arts Theatre Photo RAGTIME to Return to Central Florida Community Arts Theatre
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 25, 2021

Central Florida Community Arts Theatre’s upcoming production of Ragtime brings back familiar faces to share a story of unrest, anxiety and change with historical themes that continue to strike true with audiences across the years.

Central Florida Community Arts Announces 'The Year That Wasn't' Orchestra Concert Photo Central Florida Community Arts Announces 'The Year That Wasn't' Orchestra Concert
by Stephi Wild - Apr 2, 2021

Central Florida Community Arts announced tickets on sale for The Year That Wasn't, their first full orchestral concert of 2021. 

OWN Honors and Celebrates Juneteenth With Day Of Commemorative Programming Photo OWN Honors and Celebrates Juneteenth With Day Of Commemorative Programming
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jun 17, 2020

OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network announced today the commemoration of the Juneteenth holiday with slate of special encore airings of programming

Central Florida Community Arts Seeks Out The Hero In Everyone In A HERO'S JOURNEY! Photo Central Florida Community Arts Seeks Out The Hero In Everyone In A HERO'S JOURNEY!
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 1, 2019

This fall, CFCArts' Symphony Orchestra is embarking on a bold quest to match melody with myth in A Hero's Journey. From the archetypal to the everyday hero, the 160-member orchestra will challenge the notion of what makes a hero with a powerful program thread together by Music Director and Conductor Justin Muchoney.

BWW Review: Garden Theatre's RAGTIME Is Something Special Photo BWW Review: Garden Theatre's RAGTIME Is Something Special
by Aaron Wallace - Sep 3, 2019

For RAGTIME, director Mark Edward Smith and his crew have crafted one of the most appealing and stately sets I've seen at the Garden Theatre. The blocking is clever and thoughtful - important when you have a big ensemble cast on a small stage - and the lighting and costumes are on point. The vaudeville era must be the Garden's charm, because this is certainly the best staging I've seen here since the last season opener, Gypsy. But whether you've seen RAGTIME or not, it's the cast here that is really going to wow you...

Nominations Now Open For NAACP's Most Prestigious Civil Rights Award Photo Nominations Now Open For NAACP's Most Prestigious Civil Rights Award
by Julie Musbach - Oct 10, 2018

NAACP National Board of Directors Chairman Leon W. Russell announced the Association is soliciting nominations for the 104th Spingarn Award.  All nominations for the 104th Spingarn Medal must be submitted, in writing, on or before December 31, 2018.  To be accepted, the postmark date on the envelope must be no later than December 31, 2018.

Opera Orlando Presents NOCHE DE ZARZUELA Photo Opera Orlando Presents NOCHE DE ZARZUELA
by Julie Musbach - Feb 5, 2018

For centuries, Americans have learned to "melt" together, creating a culture all our own. Yet our diversity is always worth celebrating; indeed, it is one of our strongest assets.