Classic Albums Live presents The Beatles: Let it Be

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Classic Albums Live Winter Series

BIGGEST DISCOUNT OFFER IN CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE HISTORY – SAVE MORE THAN $ 65!

Purchase our 3-pack Winter Series and Save 20% plus FREE PARKING!* Enjoy all Three Amazing Performances and lock in seat location for only $ 74 per person.*

*Discount ends January 2, 2015. Service charges will apply. This offer is only available at The Lakeland Center Box Office and is not accessible online. Discount cannot be combined with any other offer/promotion and is not valid on previously purchased tickets. Some restrictions apply. Free parking pass is issued per order.

Single tickets on sale: November 14 at 9:30am

Classic Albums Live is a concert series based in Toronto, Ontario, in which musicians perform a classic rock album in its entirety. The series was founded in 2003 by Craig Martin, a musician who had previously produced a series of boutique cabaret shows as well as composed music for television and film.

The musicians go to great lengths to faithfully recreate every sound on the original album. They have performed with orchestras, sitarists, choirs and schools. The shows are treated like recitals with the album being performed in its entirety followed by a ‘greatest hits’ set of the featured artist.

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Orlando Film Festival

The mission of the Orlando Film Festival is to support the cause of independent cinema and to promote culture and the arts in Downtown Orlando by exposing a wide audience to the unique and diverse stories told by independent filmmakers from around the world.

The Film Festival features Indie films from around the globe as well as extra special events. 

For a list of the film schedule:…

Time:October 22, 2014 at 6pm to October 26, 2014 at 10pm
Location:Plaza Cinema Café 12
Street:155 S Orange Ave
City/Town:Orlando, Florida
Website or Map:http://orlandofilmfest.com/
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Sanford Art Walk

OCTOBER 24, 2014 / 6 – 9 PM

6 – 9 pm in Historic Downtown Sanford, FL

On the fourth Friday of each month, multiple venues in Sanford’s downtown historic district host the Sanford Art Walk, showcasing local talent along with opportunities to meet visiting artists. The event is…

Time:October 24, 2014 from 6pm to 9pm
Location:Historic Downtown Sanford
Street:First St. and other Downtown locations
City/Town:Sanford, Florida
Website or Map:http://www.sanfordwelcomecent…
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Accidental Music Festival presents San Francisco-based guitar-percussion duo Living Earth Show

THE LIVING EARTH SHOW
8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23 | Gallery at Avalon Island, 39 S. Magnolia Ave. | accidentalmusicfestival.com | $ 10

Proving again that chamber music needn’t be stuffy, Accidental Music Festival presents the Living Earth Show, the San Franci
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Casting light on local vs. out-of-town actors at Orlando Shakespeare Theater

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Orlando Shakespeare Theater earned more from ticket sales for its recent production of “Les Miserables” than any other show in its 25-year history. The more than $ 350,000 was roughly 150 percent over the ticket-sales goal, the theater says.
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A Piece of the Pie

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As we close the book on Les Miserables here at Orlando Shakes, we’d like to take a final look back at the monumental production that exceeded our ticket goals by more than $ 120,000, played to packed houses every night, and sold out less than halfway through the run.

In other words, Les Miserables did way better than we could have ever anticipated — even with unexpected production costs!

And thanks to the “One Day More” flash mob at the Mall at Millenia, which appeared on the Today Show and Good Morning America, ticket sales got an extra boost. The video went viral and now has over 450,000 views on YouTube!

Many of you have also heard—or even taken advantage of—our new “stand by” policy. This popular policy offered patrons additional opportunities to see Les Miz even after it sold out!

Broadway Cares

Due to the tremendous outpouring of support from our audiences, the cast of Les Miz raised a whopping $ 14,581.60 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

Daily BreadAdditionally, we dropped off 795 pounds of donated food to Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida, all of which was collected at performances during the month of September.

Actors Davis Gaines, John DeLisa, and members of the production team also served food to those in need during the Christian Service Center’s Daily Bread program.

The bottom line here? Les Miserables was successful in many ways but we couldn’t have done it without YOU. Besides contributing to our service projects, you helped finance the set, actors, lighting, band, and much more simply by purchasing a ticket.

Check out this nifty chart for a breakdown of your piece of the Orlando Shakes pie!

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                                                     Click the image for a closer look!

On behalf of Orlando Shakespeare Theater, thank you for being a huge part of Les Miserables. We couldn’t have done it without you!

Shakespearely Yours,

Melissa Landy, Public Relations Coordinator
Melissa Mason Braillard, Director of Marketing Communications


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