It’s the best and the rest of year-end holiday theater in Central Florida reviewed from the front row. Carl F Gauze promises not to sneak out during the intermission.
Carl F. Gauze is a wealthy but reclusive student of the arts, semi-retired from a stellar career as an insurance calendar salesman. His real fortune derives from his great grandfather, Herman S. Gauze, who invented a sterile surgical dressing in Zurich shortly before the First World War, amassing a vast fortune selling it to both sides. Carl has recently been looking at bikes, and can’t decide between a Harley Fat Boy or a Vespa. Decisions, decisions.
Carl F Gauze finds that theater is by no means dead, in fact its alive and well, doing a Howard Hughes in community venues throughout Orlando. Slapstick, Sondheim, classics and drag queens take the stage.
Carl F Gauze is your tour guide for this month’s slog through the cramped seats of Orlando’s finest Black Boxes.
Spring Fever strikes the Orlando Stage! Love, Death, and Lighting! Carl F Gauze gives us a glazed stare from his holiday calendar.
All the News that’s fit to make up on Orlando Theater. According to Carl F Gauze , that is.
Carl F Gauze and Orlando celebrate the Christmas Carol Season, and drag themselves into the new year, bruised but not broken.
The fall theater season opens with a bang in Orlando.
Orlando – and Carl F Gauze – retreats to the theater, hoping the big, bad storms won’t notice us.
The latest, hippest gossip on the Central Florida theater scene, plus a bunch of stuff Carl F Gauze just made up.
Spring blooms with exciting new productions in Orlando’s vibrant Theater Scene! Carl Gauze loads up on antihistamines and reports on this season’s spores.
More thrilling theater reviews from New Playfest, and beyond! Carl F Gauze runs down the gamut from the proto-staging to the finished polished product.
It’s time for the newest major artsy fartsy event on Orlando’s Cultural Horizon, “Playfest! 2005”. And though Carl F. Gauze isn’t thrilled about the exclamation point in the middle, the event still promises some excitng new works and world premieres from local and national writers.
All the holiday cheer that’s fit to print! Er, digitize. Carl F Gauze explains.
Carl F. Gauze takes one last pre-vacation dip into the Orlando theater scene and is mightily impressed by O’Neil and Sondheim productions, and endures a horrid political production that sent even seasoned critics running for the hills.
Sure, it’s hot and muggy. Sure, you can’t touch the steering wheel. Sure, the women are half naked. So what’s the problem? Carl F Gauze gives you some reasons to escape the light into the cool confines of the Orlando theatre scene. If they still have power…
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