- Event Reviews
- January 15, 2019
Generation Axe brought their spectacular shredder show to Orlando in December, and Michelle Wilson was right there among the fans to get her face melted off.
Here’s another way to see the best in short theatrical productions at the 2019 Fringe Winter Mini-fest.
Revisit the glory days of NY theater as the Cavendish family lives, loves, and occasionally need to flee the country.
Notes and quotes on the fifth day of 2018 Orlando Fringe.
Notes and quotes on the fourth day of 2018 Orlando Fringe.
Notes and quotes on the third day of 2018 Orlando Fringe.
Notes and quotes on the second day of 2018 Orlando Fringe.
Notes and quotes on the first regular day of 2018 Orlando Fringe Festival.
Notes and quotes on the third day of technical previews for the 2018 Orlando Fringe.
Notes and quotes on the first day of technical previews for the 2018 Orlando Fringe.
The odd death of a circus animal reveals the seedy underside of rural life in 1916 Tennessee.
A mysterious woman upsets the ultra liberal Taub household.
Proto-type Theater, a performance troupe based in Brooklyn, NY and Lancaster, England, revisits themes of love, death, and fame seen through the prism of Bonnie and Clyde in Third Person (Redux).
Gives You: Music From the Dance Performance Pudel (Licking Fingers). Review by Aaron Shaul.
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 selects the 19 most important public figures to pass away in the last 12 months. Sad — but true!
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.
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…