Join the young and brave d’Artagnan and his band of Musketeers on a daring quest to do what is right. From brotherhood to betrayal, from sword fights to grand romance, this swashbuckling adventure will thrill and amaze audiences as Alexandre Dumas’ classic story leaps from the pages and comes to life onstage.
Wednesdays – Saturdays at 7:30pm and every Sunday and select Saturdays at 2pm – starting at $30
Preview Performances and Senior Matinees – starting at $20
The 2020-2021 season of FAIRWINDS Broadway in Orlando has yet to be revealed, but Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts is kicking things off by announcing the Orlando returns of the hit musicals Hamilton and Wicked.
This program features Philharmonic favorite Capathia Jenkins – returning after the success of “A Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald” – and three-time Grammy Award nominee Ryan Shaw, performing such iconic hits as “Respect,” “Think, A Natural Woman,” “Chain of Fools,” “Amazing Grace,” and many others.
The show will also feature the Bethune-Cookman University Concert Chorale. Lucas Waldin will be the conductor for this event that has two show times at 2pm and 8pm.
This festival will be taking place during the upcoming Orlando Fringe Winter Mini-Fest in January, and the special morning will be filled with kid-friendly shows, art activities, creative play stations, and more.
Tickets for each of the two performances are $5 each for both parents and children. Parents receive a free button to The Orlando Fringe Winter Mini-Fest with their Mini-Mini-Fest show ticket purchase.
What is the Winter Mini-Fest? It is a 4-day condensed version of the Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival featuring hand-picked, award-winning, and fan favorite shows.
As with the original Orlando Fringe Festival, a Fringe button and a show ticket are required for admission. The 2020 Winter Mini-Fest Button is only $3, and one button is good for the entire Mini-Fest. Show tickets are $15 per person for each show.
Time to take a magic carpet ride as Disney’s Aladdin, part of the FAIRWINDS Broadway in Orlando series, will transform the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts into a whole new world from January 22 through February 9, 2020.
Orlando Fringe has announced the launch of a new program aimed at elevating start-up producing companies and providing them with resources to grow.
Called The Fringe Collective, the new program provides the emerging arts groups with office space complete with office supplies, software, meeting rooms, and rehearsal space as well as “think tank sessions” with like-sized organizations.
If you’re a fan of Jane Austen, you’ll want to check out the Orlando Shakes production of “Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley,” running at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center through December 29.