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Orlando Fringe review: 'The 39 Steps' - Orlando Sentinel

Tue, 12/10/2013 - 08:12 -- rprice

First off, this isn’t the “39 Steps” you’re thinking of – not quite. Yes, Invisible Frisbee Productions’ inventive comedy riffs on the Alfred Hitchcock thriller. Yes, it’s still four actors playing the roles of the hapless everyman Richard Hannay and the multiple spies he becomes entangled with. But this time, Hannay may be escaping peril in Will’s Pub instead of London. The settings, professions and event the actors’ roles depend on the cues the audience gives to the cast, by way of a “survey” taken before the show.

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Orlando Fringe review: 'The 39 Steps' - Orlando Sentinel

Tue, 12/10/2013 - 08:12 -- rprice

First off, this isn’t the “39 Steps” you’re thinking of – not quite. Yes, Invisible Frisbee Productions’ inventive comedy riffs on the Alfred Hitchcock thriller. Yes, it’s still four actors playing the roles of the hapless everyman Richard Hannay and the multiple spies he becomes entangled with. But this time, Hannay may be escaping peril in Will’s Pub instead of London. The settings, professions and event the actors’ roles depend on the cues the audience gives to the cast, by way of a “survey” taken before the show.

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Florida Hospital and UCF help Bithlo transform - Orlando Sentinel

Wed, 11/27/2013 - 09:24 -- rprice

McKinney knows the magnitude of the work left to do. An adult GED program is supposed to start soon. The school, now kindergarten through eighth grade, is expected to double in enrollment this fall — if a new septic system is finished in time. There are plans for a hair salon, commercial kitchen, laundry facility and community hydroponic garden, all before year's end. And he has barely begun on Bithlo's two biggest problems: unemployment and the dilapidated trailers that are home for hundreds of its residents.

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101 things we love about Orlando - Orlando Sentinel

Wed, 11/27/2013 - 09:15 -- rprice

Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. The SAK Comedy Lab. The Bay Street Players. And the Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The Wekiva River (for its status as a National Wild and Scenic River). The St. Johns River (for its importance in the state's ecology). And 4 Rivers (for its beef brisket).

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Urban ReThink in the Orlando Sentinel Today

Fri, 01/07/2011 - 06:01 -- rprice

Update: There is more to this post when you're done reading it. I want to make sure and thank Sandra for her article.

Today the Orlando Sentinel wrote a short, one-dimensional piece about our as-of-yet-unopened space at Urban ReThink in downtown Orlando. I really wish we could have a website today - one exists, but with no styling. Ugh.

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Where's the Fringe discussion?

Tue, 05/20/2008 - 06:41 -- rprice

As it is every year, we post dozens of articles on this site, and everyone reads the Sentinel blog... I love what they're doing over there, I just wish we had a little of their budget, standing in the community, or the built-in reputation that you get from being a year-round player in this game. If I could pay five seven bloggers, this would be a different world indeed.

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Good pizza, poor art, no underground

Wed, 11/07/2007 - 03:04 -- rprice

My friend Bill Couch pointed me to this story by Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell. Bill also works at said newspaper, so if he points to an article, I tend to pay attention
No style, no brains, but oh, our pizza . . . -- OrlandoSentinel.com

No. 1 for family vacations and top 10 for our weather, pizza and barbecue.

But after that, things got ugly.

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