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Behind the Scenes at Universal, Candlelight Scrooge and Lasers: Cultural Holidays Worth the Miles

| December 16, 2011

Art behind the scenes at theme parks, holidays in space by way of the Kennedy Space Center, laser light shows, Scrooge by candlelight, and more.

From South Pacific to Tuna, Texas: Culture Worth the Miles

| November 30, 2011

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical South Pacific at the Bob Carr, Michael Kevin Baldwin and Mark Lainer take on the 24 characters of Tuna, Texas, a trio of affordable art events, and more.

Handel and Tchaikovsky Duels: Nutcrackers and Messiahs Worth the Miles

| November 25, 2011

All sorts of performances of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker, the Orlando Philharmonic’s holiday special on Nov. 27, a free Handel’s Messiah at the Bob Carr Performing Arts Center on Nov. 27, and more.

Kid Rock, Bob Seger and Festival Overload: Culture Worth the Miles

| November 10, 2011

Kid Rock, Bob Seger, The Doobie Brothers and The Killers: an all-start lineup for Orlando Calling Music Festival. Winter Park, Maitland and Deland all have art events on schedule this weekend.

Art Icons, American Voices and Cocktails: Culture Worth the Miles

| November 3, 2011

A Fall Fiesta in the Park, Florida Icons of Art in Lake Eustis, the Orlando Philharmonic’s epic concert of music, poetry and song, and much more.

Sunset Symphony, Partying Like Cavemen and Comedy with Class: Culture Worth the Miles

| October 27, 2011

The Orlando Philharmonic at Bok Tower Gardens, Disney Bargains, the Orlando Science Center’s Neanderthal Ball, a festival of new plays at the Orlando Shakespeare Theater, and more.

Ruthless Hilarity, Shop of Horror, Altar Boyz and Philharmonic Oscars: Culture Worth the Miles

| October 6, 2011

The absolute fun of “Ruthless: the Musical” at the Winter Park Playhouse, “Little Shop of Horrors” at the Winter Garden Theater, “Altar Boyz” at Orlando’s Abbey, the Oscars with the Orlando Philharmonic, and much more.

Bug Worlds, Juilliard Secrets, Great Arrangers and Even Mica: Culture Worth the Miles

| September 29, 2011

A bug invasion at the Orlando Science Center, the Juilliard School comes to Edgewater to tell you how to apply, the Orlando Philharmonic’s Great Arrangers (Copland, Stravinsky, Holst), Family Fitness in Winter Park Village, and more.

Soviet Propaganda as Art, Pedro Brull, Opera Madness: Culture Worth the Miles

| September 22, 2011

The Neu America Fine Art Festival in Casselberry celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month (that’s how you spell it), Soviet propaganda posters graduate to art, the Orlando Philharmonic’s Verdi and Puccini-gasm, Epcot Food and Wine, and more.

The Importance of Being Earnest, Or Verdi, Or Not: Culture Worth the Miles

| September 15, 2011

Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest by The Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Kevin Kelly and Kate O’Neal at the Winter park Playhouse, Showdown’s country, Verdi’s greatest hits, improv and more.

Black Communities Through a Camera Lens, Louis Armstrong and More Dance: Culture Worth the Miles

| September 8, 2011

Black photographers’ eye on Jacksonville, Daytona Beach and Winter Park, Satchmo at the Waldorf at the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre, Orlando’s Third Thursday exhibits, and more.

So You Think You Can Dance in Orlando, Wild Art in Sanford: Culture Worth the Miles

| August 31, 2011

Robert Mier’s wild Florida at Gallery First, So You Think You Can Dance comes to the Amway Center in Orlando, Disney on Ice, the Musical of Musicals at the Winter Park Playhouse, and more.

Museum of Florida Art Turns 60, Cirque Du Soleil Florida Special: Culture Worth the Miles

| August 10, 2011

The Museum of Florida Art’s 60th birthday celebrates children, Cirque du Soleil offers special prices to Floridians, celebrity impersonators, the musical of musicals and more.

Tony Robbin, Philharmonic Horns, the Art of Trash: Culture Worth the Miles

| July 27, 2011

A Tony Robbin retrospective at the Orlando Museum of Art, Theresa Rebeck’s “The Understudy” at the Mad Cow Theater, Parker Sketch and M Scott Morgan at Gallery Q, and more.

Hairspray, Sounds of Summer and Orlando’s Looming Boom: Culture Worth the Miles

| July 21, 2011

Doug Bloodworth at the Gallery at Avalon Island, a youthful “Hairspray” at the Orlando Repertory, the Orlando Philharmonic’s Sounds of Summer Series, Orlando as the next boom town, and more.

Kerouac’s Original Dharma Bums, Sovereign Brass and Snow White: Culture Worth the Miles

| July 6, 2011

Kerouac’s Dharma Bums manuscript on exhibit at the Orange County History Center, the Orlando Shakespeare Festival’s version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the Sovereign Brass in the Orlando Philharmonic’s Sounds of Summer Series, and more.

July 4 Celebrations in Art, Song and Fireworks: Culture Worth the Miles

| June 29, 2011

The evolution of video games, July 4 fireworks with Hot Chelle Rae, Paper Tongues, Shontelle and Cody Simpson at Altamonte’s Cranes Roost Park, free admission at Winter Park’s Morse Museum, Medieval Times tournaments and laser shows at the Orlando Science Center.

Cut Glass, Sounds of Summer, “Hair” and Claude Bolling: Culture Worth the Miles

| June 23, 2011

An exhibit of brilliant American cut glass at the Orlando Museum of Art, American Brilliant Cut Glass 1876-1914, the Morse Museum in Winter Park’s free programs, the Orlando Philharmonic’s Claude Bolling-rich Sounds of Summer, “Hair” and more.

Early Bette Midler, Men Painting Men, Sondheim’s Forum: Culture Worth the Miles

| June 1, 2011

120 competitors ages 10 to 22 at the World Ballet Competition at the Bob Carr Performing Arts Center, Men painting Men at the new Gateway Center in DeBary, early Bete Midler, ageless Stephen Sondheim.

Eying Jobs and Tourism Dollars, Orlando Ready to Build $274 Million Arts Center

| May 29, 2011

Arts columnist Josh Garrick appraises the value of Orlando’s Philips Center for the Performing Arts–stalled for four years, now scheduled to open in 37 months with two stages, and a third at a later date.

Star Wars Returns, Symphonic Fireworks, Psychedelic Art: Culture Worth the Miles

| May 20, 2011

Theatrical madness of Orlando’s uncensored Fringe Festival, return of Disney’s Star Tours at Hollywood Studios, the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation’s Annual Statewide Conference, the Maitland Symphony’s soundtracks, and more.

The Taste of 100 Wines, Henry Patrick Raleigh, Shrek & Fringe: Culture Worth the Miles

| May 11, 2011

All Florida art at the Mennello Museum, American illustrator Henry Patrick Raleigh at the Maitland Art Center, the science of wine-tasting at the Orlando Science Center, Shrek at the Bob Carr Performing Arts Center, violinist Joshua Bell, and more.

Violinist Joshua Bell with the Orlando Philharmonic and Other Virtuoso Acts: Culture Worth the Miles

| May 5, 2011

Joshua Bell in two concerts with the Orlando Philharmonic, and the Orlando Philharmonic’s Concert at the Springs, Epcot’s annual Chef’s Gala to benefits Heart of Florida United Way, The Audubon Center for Birds of Prey’s “Baby Owl Shower” in Maitland, and more.

Jonathan May Remembered, Sounds of Music and Texting Mommies: Culture Worth the Miles

| April 28, 2011

The Metropolitan Area Youth Symphony celebrates Jonathan May Day, “The Sound of Music” at the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden, a new musical for texting moms at the Plaza Theater, the Orlando Philharmonic’s La Boheme, the senior pageant comes to Orlando, and more.

Phantom of the Opera, Art for $100 or Less, Snake Farming: Culture Worth the Miles

| April 21, 2011

The Morse Museum’s new wing opens, the Works Progress Administration’s arts come to life at the Mennello Museum of American Art, Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera at University High School, art for $100, snake farming and more.

Paul McCartney Redone, Sophocles at the Improv and Xanadu: Culture Worth the Miles

| April 13, 2011

Brigan Gresh and Dina Mack at the Lake Eustis Museum of Art, a Greek tragedy a-la-improv at the Annie Russell Theatre, the Annual Taste of Oviedo, Tony Kishman as Paul McCartney, and more.

Shakespeare, Carmen and Burlesque: Culture Worth the Miles

| April 7, 2011

A sizzlingly luscious interpretation of Bizet’s ‘Carmen’ at the Orlando Ballet, the Harriet Lake Festival of New Plays at the Orlando Shakespeare Theater, ‘Sugar Babies’ at the Winter Park Playhouse, and more.

Civil War Recreations, a Pie Festival, Art, Cocktails and a One Act Fest: Culture Worth the Miles

| March 30, 2011

‘First Thursday’ at the Orlando Museum of Art, Jon Didier at the Maitland Art Center’s Culture and Cocktails gathering (April 8), Tab Benoit and other New Orleans musicians at the Plaza Theater, a pie festival, and more.

Gleeful Power Chords, an Illustrious Wasteland and Gordon Lightfoot: Culture Worth the Miles

| March 22, 2011

Gordon Lightfoot at the Plaza Theater, ‘My Illustrious Wasteland,’ the rock musical, returns to Orlando, the Glee-like Power Chords at the Orlando Repertory Theatre, the Orlando Philharmonic’ shows off its brass, and more.

Theatrical Premieres and a Unique View of the White House: Culture Worth the Miles

| March 15, 2011

A new comedy about five would-be actors at the Mad Cow Theater, “Greater Tuna,” the critically acclaimed comedy, at the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden, “Charm” at the Orlando Shakespeare Theater, and more.

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