Opera Orlando presents the World Premiere of “The Secret River” at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in Orlando December 17-19, 2021.
This weekend, FusionFest returns to downtown Orlando in a showcase of the diversity that makes the city so wonderful on November 27-28, 2021.
The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts will host the event, which is free to attend, in its outdoor Frontyard Festival area.
As a reviewer, I feel it’s my responsibility to be upfront with any original sin that may influence your decision to see a particular show. Closer followers of Broadway know that when “Tootsie” debuted, it had its share of critics for a host of reasons. I fall somewhere in the middle of most of them, but my largest criticism of the show is potentially an existential one.
The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts has announced that Steinmetz Hall and Judson’s are nearing completion and they would be celebrating with a series of performances that will kick off in January 2022.
The eldest son of Bob and Rita Marley, Ziggy Marley is bringing his “A Live Tribute to His Father” show to Dr. Phillips Center’s Frontyard Festival presented by AdventHealth on October 7, 2021.
On September 11, join the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park for a free 9/11 20th Anniversary Remembrance Concert at the Dr Phillips Center in downtown Orlando.
Chicago’s legendary sketch and improv comedy theater The Second City returns to the Dr. Phillips Center in Orlando October 1-2, 2021, with their Remix show.
If you’re a fan of Impressionist artists, you won’t want to miss the immersive art installation ‘Lasting Impressions‘ when it is hosted by Orlando’s Dr. Phillips Center August 13 through September 26, 2021.
During the Five-Year Pulse Remembrance Week, which will take place from June 5 to June 12, 2021, a variety of community-wide activities are being held.
In 2016, the city of Orlando was changed forever by the shooting at Pulse nightclub. The loss of 49 souls from the LGBT and LatinX communities reverberated around the world. The way that Orlando and Central Florida came together as one community was something we’ll never forget either.
Here is the list of events planned for the week:
If you miss seeing Broadway shows at the Dr. Phillips Center, then you’ll want to check out the just announced “The Music of Disney on Broadway” March 20-21, 2021, part of the Frontyard Festival.
Last month I told you about the film “Woman In Motion: Nichelle Nichols, Star Trek and the Remaking of NASA,” directed by local filmmaker, Todd Thompson, and if you didn’t get a chance to see its limited theater engagement, there will be a free showing this week on Thursday.
The screening will be held on Thursday, March 11 at 7pm at the Dr. Phillips Center’s Frontyard Festival™.
The annual UCF Celebrates the Arts festival will return to the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts from April 2-10, 2021, and tickets go on sale today.
Orlando native, and Broadway star, Michael James Scott (Aladdin, The Book of Mormon, Something Rotten, Hair, and so much more) will headline the Dr. Phillips Center’s Frontyard Festival with “A Fierce Christmas” on Saturday, December 19 at 8pm.
The show will feature tunes from Scott’s new holiday album of the same name, along with selections that capture his diverse musical background spanning Broadway, funk, jazz and gospel.
Starting this Sunday, December 13, the Frontyard Festival at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Orlando will host a weekly outdoors Disney Movie Night.
Sponsored by Walt Disney World Resort and supported by Experience Kissimmee, the series will present classic stories direct from the Walt Disney Company’s vast film library.
Movies already scheduled include: