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Money Show, Musicals, Enzian and Taste of Oviedo


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Image: James Baldwin in I Am Not Your Negro (2016), imdb.com

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350 dealers will be buying and selling coins, gold and silver and all this paper at the National Coin and Money Show tomorrow at the Orange County Convention Center. For details go to nationalmoneyshow.org.

Two actors play 18 different characters in a retirement community in a musical called “Assisted Living the Musical” tomorrow at 1 and 6 and Sunday at 2. For details go to assistedlivingthemusical.com.

A documentary about writer James Baldwin’s relationships with Malcolm X and Martin Luther King called “I am Not Your Negro” is playing all weekend at Enzian Theatre. For tickets go to enzian.org.

200 restaurants and food vendors will be on hand during the Taste of Oviedo Saturday 10 to 6. For directions go to tasteofoviedo.org.

Want to watch children sing songs from and act scenes from the 1980s movie musical Xanadu? Who doesn’t? Xanadu Junior is being performed Saturday at 2 and 6 at Orlando Shakespeare Theatre. For information go to orlandoshakes.org.

And as always Orlando is Wonderful.


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