- Music Reviews
- September 24, 2020
All The Misery Money Can Buy (Soundly Music). Review by James Mann.
A group of desperate 4F’s fake an Andrews Sister Concert for troops heading to war in the Pacific.
Another stunning chanteuse sings her life story.
Six women sing 60 or so songs from the 60’s.
Orlando’s greatest pianist breaks the comedic wall with this cabaret featuring actual Doctor Demento Hits.
Sparkling outfits and sparkling music for the Holiday Season
Cowboys and courtesans, oh my!
Second time may be lucky, but not without some serious drama along the way.
Hanna Laird starts out an awkward kid and ends up semi-famous in this charming one-woman cabaret.
Six new musicals over four exciting days! Part 2!
Six new musicals over four exciting days – Here’s the lowdown on the first half of the festival!
A midlife crisis attacks the otherwise idyllic marriage of Annie and Steve.
Broadway Shawn Kilgore returns to home base and wows us with a medley of Broadway hits.
Gene Kelly and his writing partner Stan Donen create “Singin’ in the Rain” despite disease, disagreement and a collapsing MGM fighting them all the way.
Kevin Kelly walks into a bar and says: “Wow! What a crowd!”
The soul and jazz sounds of Orlando’s best jazz musicians invades the lobby of the Winter Park Playhouse.
Join the jumpin’ Jive at Winter Parks pop up version of The Cotton Club!
Kate Zaloumes and Lindsay Nancz serenade us with pop and Broadway as they sparkle in front of Chris Levey’s piano.
Todd Allen Long sings an eclectic collection of Holiday favorites.
Holidays and pink slips lead to fine singing and a heartwarming finish in this musical holiday special.
A new cabaret series at Winter Park Playhouse emphasized African American artists and music.