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Downtown Orlando

Cultural_Park_Conceptual_Masterplan.pdf Arts & Culture * ''Calle Orange'', an annual heritage festival celebrating Puerto Rican culture. * The Orange County Regional History Center - Located on Central Blvd. The building was once the Orange County Courthouse. * Mad Cow Theatre produces a season of classical and contemporary plays and musicals in its intimate two-theatre complex. http: www.madcowtheatre.com *


Ashland, Oregon

of the Sacramento Theatre Company, de Berry wrote original music for many productions there and at other companies, including the Portland Center Stage in Portland, Oregon and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon. His scores graced many classic works by Shakespeare and Molière as well as contemporary plays. He was also co-author of the musical ''A Cappella,'' also written with Hellesen. Coraline Jones (Dakota Fanning) moves with her mother (Teri Hatcher) and father (John Hodgman) from her comfortable life in Pontiac, Michigan to the Pink Palace, a dilapidated three-apartment building in Ashland, Oregon, which is also occupied by retired actresses Misses Spink (Jennifer Saunders) and Forcible (Dawn French), and eccentric Russian acrobat Mr. Bobinsky (Ian McShane). With her parents perpetually working on a gardening catalog and paying little attention to her, Coraline feels neglected and decides to explore their new home, befriending Wybie Lovat (Robert Bailey, Jr.), the grandson of the apartments' landlady (landlord). While exploring, Coraline finds a small door sealed off by a brick wall. That night, Coraline is awakened by a mouse and follows it to the small door where she discovers that the brick wall has been replaced with a long, dark corridor. Coraline goes through it and finds herself in the Other World, a fantastical parallel (Parallel universe (fiction)) version of the Pink Palace inhabited by doppelgangers of her parents called the Other Mother and Other Father, who have black buttons for eyes. These beings prove to be warmer and more attentive than Coraline's real parents, particularly the Other Mother, who does everything she can to impress Coraline. Coraline decides to stay the night at the Other World, but when she awakes the next morning, she finds herself in her old world. ''Coraline'' was staged in a 140,000-square-foot (13,000 m 2 ) warehouse in Hillsboro (Hillsboro, Oregon), Oregon. The stage was divided into 50 lots,


Portland, Oregon

began with the shipbuilders in Portland, Oregon, building ships for World War II. The resident composer and musical director of the Sacramento Theatre Company, de Berry wrote original music for many productions there and at other companies, including the Portland Center Stage in Portland, Oregon and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon. His scores graced many classic works by Shakespeare and Molière as well as contemporary plays. He was also co-author


South Africa

; Cape Town date 2004 isbn 1-86842-190-2 page 278 Course Over the course of the next three decades Scott appeared on stage throughout the United Kingdom and toured in plays abroad including the Far East, Canada, and North and South Africa. Apart from world premieres of contemporary plays such as ''Aunt Edwina'' (1958) with Henry Kendall (Henry Kendall (actor)) directed by the author William Douglas Home; ''The Right Honourable Gentleman'' (1963) with Anthony Quayle and Angela Huth's ''The Understanding'' (1982) with Celia Johnson and Ralph Richardson, many of her theatre credits in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s were revivals of Oscar Wilde's comedies including ''Lord Arthur Savile's Crime'' (1968 Tour); ''A Woman of No Importance'' (1974 and 1978); ''The Importance of Being Earnest'' (1974 and The Old Vic Theatre 1980; also on television); ''An Ideal Husband'' (1976 1977 Tour) and ''Lady Windermere's Fan'' (Canada 1979). Her last West End (West End theatre) role was with Leo McKern in the revival of ''Hobson's Choice (Hobson's Choice (play))'' (1984) directed by Frank Hauser. WikiPedia:South Africa Dmoz:Regional Africa South Africa Commons:Category:South Africa


Canada

member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1987 to 1990. Over the course of the next three decades Scott appeared on stage throughout the United Kingdom and toured in plays abroad including the Far East, Canada, and North and South Africa. Apart from world premieres of contemporary plays such as ''Aunt Edwina'' (1958) with Henry Kendall (Henry Kendall (actor)) directed by the author William Douglas Home; ''The Right Honourable Gentleman'' (1963) with Anthony Quayle


Germany

sports is Tennis, although it has declined somewhat since the days of Steffie Graf and Boris Becker, there are still Tennis-courts in many places and most of them can be rented by the hour. Almost every middle-sized German city has a spa (often called ''Therme'') with swimming pools, water slides, hot tubs, saunas, steam baths, sun roofs etc. Cultural events Several theatres in bigger cities play outstanding classical and contemporary plays. Germany prides itself on the wide variety


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