Tickets & Events in College Park


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  • Taste
    Sharing is caring at Taste, a local tapas restaurant. Score low-fat and gluten-free eats at Taste. Drinks are also on the menu here, so visitors can start the night off right. Taste is a fine restaurant for those with large and small parties. Weather permitting, come enjoy a wonderful meal outside at Taste. Music lovers can enjoy live performances at Taste as well. The crowds come out in force on Fridays and Saturdays, so don't neglect to make a reservation ahead of time. The restaurant also offers catering if you want to bring the flavors of Taste to your next party or event. If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead. Taste's diners can safely park on the street, as well as in a nearby lot. Prepare to spend about $30 per person when dining at Taste.
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    717 W Smith St
    Orlando, FL US
  • Comfort Suites Downtown
    Master hypnotist and communication expert Will Duquette helps his clients achieve what he calls "wealth attraction mastery," a mindset that can make long-term goals a reality. A man whose own story follows the rags-to-riches arc, Duquette holds true to his belief that success lies in the subconscious mind. Through subconscious reprogramming he has forged public-speakers, real-estate investors, and confident business people—all of which he embodies. Yet his powers of the mind also extend into entertainment. His hypnosis skills delight audiences and put them in a positive state of mind, all while educating them to the power of the mind.
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    2416 North Orange Avenue
    Orlando, FL US
  • Orlando Ballet
    For more than three decades, the Orlando Ballet has infused the stage with a mixed repertoire of graceful classical ballet and fiery contemporary programs. In the second production of "Battle of the Sexes," male and female dancers surge forward with sensual volleys of arms and legs timed to the choreography of Robert Hill. Gaze in awe from the middle or upper balcony as sultry silhouettes perform flying leaps and spins in tandem under red lights and full-bodied music. En pointe enthusiasts can purchase multiple Groupons and accompany their family, friends, or passing tour group to the ballet.
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    1111 N Orange Ave
    Orlando, FL US
  • Margeson Theater at Lowndes Shakespeare Center
    The Orlando Shakespeare Theatre's Educational Shakespeariences project aims to give students access to professional theater by performing 91 student-matinee productions of main-stage plays during the 2011–12 school year, with complimentary tickets for students from underserved schools. During the show, students can experience professional sets, costumes, and musical arrangements, bringing their school literature curriculum to life on stage. Student matinees introduce youth to the language and eternal themes of Shakespeare and the arts in general, which can help improve performance in social and academic endeavors.
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    812 E Rollins St.
    Orlando, FL US
  • Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium
    Hailed by NBC Sports' Rick Chandler as the "fastest-growing pro sports league in the nation," the Lingerie Football League pits padded squads of gridiron goddesses against each other during full-contact games of American football. Fans can line up on the edge of their seats as the Cleveland Crush clash with division rival the Orlando Fantasy, a team notorious for using eyeblack as lipstick to achieve maximum intimidation. Running back Etta Paul leads a stacked Fantasy offensive attack, which went off for 36 points in the team's season-opening victory against the Baltimore Charm. Meanwhile, the Crush storms into the Florida Citrus Bowl in midseason form, as quarterback and touchdown machine Abbie Sullivan disrupts opposing defenses with precise passes and by spreading rumors about the identity of the opposing team's mascot.
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    600 W Amelia St
    Orlando, FL US
  • Orlando Repertory Theatre
    In 1926, it was called the Orlando Little Theatre. Since then it has undergone four name changes, two mergers, and five expansions. Today, the Orlando Repertory Theatre (REP) enriches the lives of families with theater performances based on classic and contemporary children’s literature and outreach events designed to get young audiences involved in the arts. Every year, approximately 40,000 children attend the REP's productions, which change seasonally and will include The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle, Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat, and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer in the 2012–2013 season. Children with hearing impairments have access to assisted hearing devices, and one performance of each production includes ASL interpreters. A product of the REP's goal to target families, the Sideways Series showcases plays with challenging themes to encourage children to think outside the box and ask serious questions. The REP also sponsors a number of youth and community-outreach events, including a writing workshop, summer camps with student-led performances, a theater-tech academy, and theatrical-training workshops for underserved youth.
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    1001 E Princeton St
    Orlando, FL US
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