Orlando’s own Wayne Brady is returning home for a headlining show at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on October 12, 2019, and we have a pair of tickets for you to win!
Brady is known as one of the most versatile entertainers in showbiz, with a resume that includes acting, singing, hosting, and comedy.
Cost $10 advance/$15 day of
It’s Improvised at the 129! is a monthly live improvised variety show that highlights an array of performing arts disciplines and features a mixture of interviews and performances by special guests ranging from well-known local and national talent to city and regional officials. The show is hosted by Four First Names, comprised of Orlando improvisers Chris Barry and Richard Paul, and Music Director Elaine Pechacek.
The 28th annual Orlando Fringe Festival returns May 14th-27th to Orlando’s Ivanhoe Village and Loch Haven Park, with a wealth of artistic endeavors, music, and more.
What is the Fringe? It is a 14-day arts festival that is founded on the concept of being 100% unjuried, uncensored, and accessible.
Ventriloquist Terry Fator returns to Orlando with a show at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on December 30, 2018.
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The comedic group “Before Ghosts Comedy” is set to introduce their one-of-a-kind improv comedy to the Orlando community at the Central Florida Improv Fest on Friday, March 9.
Before Ghosts was cultivated by a group of six friends – Kyle Brandon, Deanna Schaekel, Ben Bush, Jordy Martin, Melanie Leon and Daniel Pacchioni – who bonded over their ability to comedically express concepts, characters and situations and effortlessly bring them to the stage.
Chris Hardwick, the crowned King of the Nerds, is bringing his Funcomfortable Tour to Central Florida in August for two shows in Orlando and Tampa.
Hardwick is the creator of popular pop-culture site Nerdist, which has branched out over the years to podcasts, video, and more. He is also host of TV shows like AMC’s “Talking Dead” and Comedy Central’s “@Midnight with Chris Hardwick,” an actor/writer/producer/musician/voice artist, and a regular moderator for panels at the annual Comic-Con.