The Garden Theatre in Winter Garden has released its 2013-14 season schedule, which as usual combines theater, dance, music, film and more. Here are the fine-arts highlights for the season — which include the Broadway musical "Hairspray," an Orlando Ballet performance, a bunch of Christmas-themed productions and the return of the Starlite Film Festival.
All performances take place at the Garden Theatre, 160 W. Plant St., Winter Garden. For more information and tickets, go to gardentheatre.org
• Nunsense: Sept. 13-Oct. 6. TheatreWorks Florida will produce Dan Goggin's musical comedy about the wacky goings-on at the convent of the Little Sisters of Hoboken.
• Alice Lost In Wonderland: Oct. 18-Nov. 3. Rob Winn Anderson and Beth Marshall have devised a new work based on Lewis Carroll's "Alice In Wonderland." Marshall's company, Beth Marshall Presents, is producing.
• Dirty Rotten Scoundrels: Jan. 31-Feb. 23. Julia Gagne will direct the Broadway musical comedy about two dueling conmen on the French Riviera. Based on the film of the same name, the show will be self-produced by the Garden.
• 33 Variations: March 14-30. Beth Marshall Presents will produce Moisés Kaufman's story that follows Beethoven's final years, juxtaposed against a present-day musicologist's studies. It's a story of memory and music, passion and parenthood.
• Hairspray: April 25-May 25. The Garden produces the Broadway musical comedy about lovable Tracy Turnblad who just wants to dance but ends up a dynamic force in integrating 1960s Baltimore.
• Orlando Ballet's 'Snow White': Nov. 9-10. The fairy tale comes to life through dance.
• In His Name...We Dance!: Dec. 21-22. It's the 20th anniversary of this telling of the Christmas story presented by the Centre for Dance & the Performing
• Vox Audio Holiday Concert: Dec. 6. The a cappella group, formerly Toxic Audio, delivers a Christmas-themed show.
• Seasonal Celebration: Dec. 8. A holiday choral celebration featuring Winter Garden's own 100-person Garden Community Choir.
• Ellington's Nutcracker Suite: Dec. 7. Swing into the holidays with Duke Ellington's version of Tchaikovsky's timeless piece and more in a concert presented by UCF's Flying Horse Big Band.
• North Pole Companion: Dec. 13-15. Presented by Encore! Cast Performing Arts, Disney employees from around the globe entertain in this holiday extravaganza in the style of a radio variety show.
• Garden Encore! A Celebration of the Garden Theatre's Sixth Anniversary: March 1. A gala, including entertainment.
• StarLite Film Festival: Jan. 23-26. The Garden's annual festival highlights micro-budget movies from around the world produced, shot and directed for under $200,000.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun