Tag Archives: Blue Starr

July 31

Art in Equality | August 7, 2014

As part of the Orlando Museum of Art’s “First Thursdays,” the museum will present this equality themed art exhibit. To mark the museum’s 90th anniversary, the evening will feature performances by Blue Starr, Tod Kimbro, The Orlando Gay Chorus & more! Artists include Jack Caranci. For more info., click here!

May 30


Jeff Jones’s hit production Little Miss Parliament House returns to The Footlight Theatre. The show, which celebrated three previous sold out runs at the Parliament House and a successful run at the 2013 Orlando Fringe Festival, now returns with an updated version just in time for Gay Days 2014. Join a cavalcade of comics for […]

April 30

2014 Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival | May 14 – 27

Now in its 23rd year, Orlando International Fringe Festival is an institution, the highlight of the theater year. A defining feature of the Fringe Festival, is all the LGBT acts by local favorites as well as international fare. In fact, Fringe was listed as one of the reasons Advocate voted Orlando one of the gayest […]

August 19

Lizzie Borden: A New Musical | August 23 – September 8, 2013

The newly re-imagined musical production of Lizzie Borden, from the minds of Rich Charron and Michael Wanzie, debuts at the Theatre Downtown beginning Friday, August 23. In this latest incantation, the writers take you into a modern day setting, where the murders of Lizzie and Emma Borden’s parents are sensationalized along with the trial, by […]

May 22

Miss Comedy Queen Revue Show | May 29th

Positioned right between Fringe Festival and Gay Days, it’s the Miss Comedy Queen Revue Show! Have a laugh Wednesday, May 29 at Parliament House at 8pm. Proceeds from the show will benefit The Barber Fund, a local cancer charity named after Miss Comedy Queen 2009 John Barber aka “Tweeka Weed.” The night will consist of […]

May 16

Fringe Review: Blue & Tod: In The Black

I wish all cabaret was this riotous. Who knew Pearl Jam and Muse could be turned cabaret? Or am I at a negro spiritual? Orlando Fringe Festival icons Blue and Tod Kimbro are back In The Black. The lively duo enraptures their audience with their literal adaptation of “Black Cabaret;” black back-up singers, band, songs […]