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  • Mad Cow Theatre opens The Who's 'Tommy'

     Mad Cow Theatre opens The Who's 'Tommy'
    WHAT: Mad Cow Theatre is ready to rock as it opens its 18th season with a production of "The Who's Tommy." The musical, based on the British band's 1969 double album "Tommy," won the 1993 Tony Award for best original score. It contains such rocking classics as "Pinball Wizard," "The Acid Queen" and "Tommy, Can You Hear Me?"
  • Frank Siano performs cabaret at Winter Park Playhouse

     Frank Siano performs cabaret at Winter Park Playhouse
    Veteran entertainer Frank Siano performs his solo cabaret "Let Me Be Frank" as part of the Winter Park Playhouse Spotlight Cabaret Series. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 17, and Thursday, Sept. 18. Siano is accompanied by Playhouse...

    'Letters' playwright John Lowell at Mad Cow Theatre

     'Letters' playwright John Lowell at Mad Cow Theatre
    If you haven't seen "The Letters" at Mad Cow Theatre yet — and really, you should — here's a reason to do so this week. The playwright, John W. Lowell, will be in town and will lead free post-show chats with the audience after Thursday and...

    'The Letters' playwright wants audience in suspense at Mad Cow show

     'The Letters' playwright wants audience in suspense at Mad Cow show
    Playwright John W. Lowell knows luck had a part to play in the history of "The Letters." In 2013, Time magazine's Richard Zoglin stopped by a performance by a small theater company in the back of a Chicago bookstore. He wrote a review best described...

    Theater review: 'The Letters' from Mad Cow Theatre

    Theater review: 'The Letters' from Mad Cow Theatre
    The anxiety demonstrated by Anna, summoned to her boss's office without explanation, will be familiar to any corporate worker. That she works for a government agency in the 1930s Soviet Union — an agency where the last director disappeared without...