“Murder Sleep” application headed for Orlando Fringe Festival

Freeline Productions has taken out an application for the 2015 Orlando Fringe Festival for its play "Murder Sleep."

Freeline Productions has taken out an application for the 2015 Orlando Fringe Festival for its play “Murder Sleep.”


ORLANDO – Freeline Productions will file an application for the 2015 Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival. The Orlando-based Freeline is entering playwright Michael W. Freeman’s eerie thriller “Murder Sleep”, a variation of Shakespeare’s classic (and bloody) drama “Macbeth”.
Applications are now available for the 24th annual Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival. There is a $25 application fee, and the deadline to apply is Nov. 21 at 5 p.m.
The public lottery will be held on Dec. 8 at 6 p.m. at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center’s Margeson Theater (known to Fringe dwellers as the Orange Venue).
The 24th annual Orlando Fringe, which will be held in May, is also celebrating a new partnership with the Orlando Museum of Art, which will become the Gold Venue.
Freeline Production is filing a Fringe application for “Murder Sleep,” an original play set in an aging hotel in Fort Lauderdale. Continue reading

Ax the Tax founder is back, and speaking out

Ax the Tax founder Doug Guetzloe believes he was unfairly targeted by the federal government because of his involvement in anti-tax and Tea Party activities.

Ax the Tax founder Doug Guetzloe believes he was unfairly targeted by the federal government because of his involvement in anti-tax and Tea Party activities.


ORLANDO — If there’s one thing that never seems to change, Doug Guetzloe noted, it appears to be an insatiable appetite on the part of government leaders for tax hikes.
It’s the kind of situation, he said, that requires a loud and vocal grassroots response.
For those who wondered if he was still active in the political scene, Guetzloe said he very much wants to reassure anti-tax crusaders across the state that yes, he’s ready to lead a whole new series of fights on behalf of taxpayers.
“Not only am I back, but I’ve cranked up Ax The Tax again,” he said.
At the same time, Guetzloe is trying to raise awareness of what he believes was as an aggressive effort to silence him through a politically-motivated trial. The reason he was away from the scene in 2013 was a 15-month sentence in federal prison. The case was The United States of America versus Douglas Guetzloe, and in May 2012, a federal judge handed him the sentence on two misdemeanor tax filing charges. Continue reading

Rock Hard Revue is auditioning for hot new talent

"Rock Hard Revue" has two shows in downtown Orlando in October. They're also looking for new male dancers.

“Rock Hard Revue” has two shows in downtown Orlando in October. They’re also looking for new male dancers.

ORLANDO – Those rock hard bods … are back.
The all-male dance and show-off-what-ya-got act is heading back to Orlando in October, with performances at The Abbey and Firestone Live.
Rock Hard Revue is returning to the local stage in what the production company is promising will be all-new performers, including a special Halloween tribute.
In the meantime, though, the organizers are also looking to hire some new hunks.
The Rock hard Revue team will be hosting auditions for male dancers on Monday, Sept. 29 at 9 p.m. at RhythmX, the Zumba dance class studio at 4081 LB McLeod Road, Suite A, in Orlando.
The company is looking for male entertainers “for immediate hire,” as they noted in a news release. Continue reading

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