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Heart, Themed Art Show, Slava Snowshow and Dancing With Fringe


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Slava’s Snowshow, drphillipscenter.org


Is it getting HEART in here or is it just me? Universal Studios Mardi Gras is schlepping Ann and Nancy Wilson on stage to perform their hits “Crazy On You”, “Magic Man”, “Barracuda” and more as part of its Mardi Gras concert series Saturday February 28th at Universal Studios.

Each month, The Falcon Bar does an art show. This month, the theme is Bill Murray. The show opens this Saturday night and runs to March 20th at The Falcon in Thornton Park.

“Slava’s Snowshow is to clowning what Cirque du Soleil is to the circus” says Variety Magazine. The deeply imaginative Slava, who draws on the vaudeville approach grounded in the innocence of discovery, takes his audience on a dreamlike journey reconnecting them with their inner child. The show is a magical experience combining clowning and spectacular visuals culminating in a snowstorm that envelops the audience. Slavas Snowshow is running through March 1st at the Dr. Phllips Center.

Orlando Fringe is doing a wackadoodle show at Hard Rock Live called “Dancing with the Fringe Stars!” hosted by Michael Andrew, house band led by Tod Kimbro, and seven teams featuring one real dancer and one hot mess… or comedic actor. I won’t tell you which is which. The highlights will be Brandon Roberts from PB&J Theatre Factory, Doug Bowser and comedic actor Eric Pinder. The show is Monday, March 2 at 8.

 


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