Tag Archives: Fringe

July 23

Jeff Jones live at Bonkerz Comedy Club | July 25 – 26, 2014

Don’t miss your chance to catch Jeff Jones at this two-night stand-up stint.  Jones is the creative behind the runaway hit shows Little Miss Fringe, Little Miss Parliament House and Hell Freezes Over. His stand-up career has allowed him to share the stage with Alec Mappa, Joel McHale and Joan Rivers. Expect a show with […]

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 […]

March 07

Janine With a “J” | March 18 – 19, 2014

In this month’s Spotlight Cabaret Series at Winter Park Playhouse, follow the world of a single Jewish Diva Mom, pining for the glamour and bright lights of New York City. Janine with a “J” features familiar music with original re-worked lyrics, comedic cabaret hits and classic Broadway songs. This cabaret is for anyone that still […]

July 28

Behind the Babes of Broadway Brunch: Ginger Minj and The Minx

Behind every great drag queen is an equally great and talented man. Joshua Eads-Brown and Philip Cain are the dexterous duo behind Ginger Minj and The Minx. The two currently host the paramount production that is Broadway Brunch every Sunday at Hamburger Mary’s in Orlando.    What began as a modest musical brunch in the […]

June 15

Knowledge is Power: Logan Donahoo Brings His Fringe Hit “A Field Guide To The Gays” to The Footlight Theatre

  Biting, Ballsy and illuminative, A Field Guide to the Gays is a true class act. Professor Logan Donahoo offers a class in Gay 101 with a lot of heart and a lot of “T.” Writer and performer Donahoo serves up an interactive history lesson, a vocabulary lesson and even answers questions like, “What’s a […]

June 14

Pillow Biter: Fringe Hit Pillow Talk Debuts at The Footlight Theatre

Not to be confused with the 1955 film, this stage production of Pillow Talk takes you inside the personal lives of two male friends on a road trip who, after a pit stop, learn more about life – and each other – than they ever imagined. Akin to a sitcom about two gay men visiting […]

May 23

Fringe Review: Shut Up, Emily Dickinson

A tongue in cheek comedy about loneliness, mental illness and perception Shut Up, Emily Dickinson is true poetic comedy. A pseudo-historical, quasi-biographical, psycho-romantic comedic sketch look at the life of – as O’Debra’s script puts it – “the most annoying person ever.” Reclusive, cooky, death-obsessed Emily Dickinson, played by Tanya O’Debra, unsuccessfully woos the object […]

May 23

Fringe Review: Little Miss Fringe Festival

Jeff Jones returns for the crowning of the 2nd Annual Little Miss Fringe Festival. No, “Little Miss Fringe Festival” is NOT a real pageant. The seven year old girls and their mothers are played by a rotating cast of Orlando‘s funniest performers. In the show, world-famous toddler pageant creator Lionel Del Frisco (Jones) hosts America‘s […]

May 21

Fringe Review: Celebrity Match Game: The Musical(And A Game Show)

Sometimes even the best art benefits from reinvention…but as they say, ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.’ In Michael Wanzie’s latest incantation – a reworked version of last year’s award-winning Celebrity Match Game – Celebrity Match Game: The Musical (And a Game Show), a lot of music, a bit of game show and little […]