Realms of the Untold
to Oct 10

Realms of the Untold

Realms of the Untold is a brand new anthology of short plays, written by Corey Volence, the scriptwriter of the award winning 2013 Orlando Fringe musical Key of E. These six short plays are written in a style meant to evoke classic horror and science fiction shows such as The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, and Tales From The Crypt.

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to Feb 22

Murray Schisgal’s Luv

First produced on Broadway in 1964, Luv concerns Harry and Milt, two college friends reunited when the latter stops the former from jumping off a bridge. In Harry, Milt sees a solution to his most pressing problem - getting out of his marriage to his wife Ellen by passing her off to him so he can run off with his mistress.

Called "…an evening of unalloyed pleasure, of sustained and perfect comedy, of total, tempestuous and glorious glee." —NY World-Telegram & Sun, Luv was last produced in Central Florida in 1986 by the Valencia Character Company. 


(Click Date for Ticketing Website): 
February 13 at 8:00PM
February 14 at 8:00PM
February 15 at 2:00PM
February 20 at 8:00PM
February 21 at 8:00PM
February 22 at 2:00PM


Milt Manville - Michael Knight 
Ellen Manville - Lauren Ashleigh Morrison 
Harry Berlin - Corey Volence 

Director - Justin Regula 

Stage Manager - Sam Malloy 

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to Feb 8

Tennessee Williams’ Orpheus Descending


Val Xavier: Andy Matchett

Lady Torrance: Leesa Castaneda

Carol Cutrere: Vera Varlamov 

Vee Talbot: Karen Edwards Hill

Sheriff Talbot: Jay Glass

David Cutrere/ First Man: David Strauss

Jabe Torrance: Brett Carson


Written in Williams’ “…best style of mood, lyricism and tenderness” (New York Times), it is the story of a Sicilian immigrant's daughter, unhappily running a dry-goods store and tending to her dying husband in the South  of the 1950’s, when she is reawakened by a young charismatic musician who drifts into town.

Orpheus Descending was originally produced on Broadway in 1957, and revived in 1989. Originally written as Battle of Angels in 1940, an early work in the Williams canon, Williams rewrote it five times, reshaping it as a modern retelling of the legend of Orpheus and Eurydice. 

January 30 at 7:00PM
January 31 at 7:00PM
February 1 at 2:00PM
February 6 at 7:00PM
February 7 at 7:00PM
February 8 at 2:00PM


Nurse Porter/Sister Temple: Marcie Schwalm

Uncle Pleasant: William Eads-Brown

Dog Hamma/Second Man: Benjaman Dupree

Beulah Binnings: Carol Palumbo

Dolly Hamma: Jenny Ornstein

Pee Wee Hamma: Simon MacDonald

Eva Temple/Woman/Clown: Rachel West


Directed by: Tara Rewis

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