Science Night Live Returns to Orlando Science Center

Science Night Live Orlando Science Center
Orlando Science Center Science Night Live, photo by Roberto Gonzalez

Science Night Live is back at the Orlando Science Center on Saturday, April 9th, with a superhero-themed evening of fun and discovery from 8 to 11:30 p.m. with everything you love about OSC– without the kids! 

Science Night Live Orlando Science Center
Science Night Live, October 6, 2018, photo by Roberto Gonzalez

Here’s a sneak peek at the fantastic Science Night Live programming you can expect!

  • Superhero science-themed activities (live shows, trivia and more)
  • Check out how insects exhibit super-powers with live specimens
  • Learn about innovations in hydroponics with a real-life food hero
  • See Superpower dogs on the giant screen of the Dr. Phillips CineDome
  • Enjoy night sky watching with telescopes on the Finfrock Terrace
  • Power up on super-fuel with food and drink available for purchase from 4Roots Café and Hard Rock Live


Don’t miss guest speaker Magdalena Lamarre as she presents a spirited discussion about female superheroes, their portrayal in pop culture and impact on society. Lamarre was a Full Professor of History and Sociology at Miami Dade College until her retirement in 2016. During this special presentation, she’ll examine gender differences in the portrayal and perception of male and female superheroes. Superman vs. Wonder Woman? When he first flew onto comic book pages, the Kryptonian made superheroes the alpha for this medium. Female superheroes also filled those pages from the start, but their portrayal has always been the subject of controversy. This presentation examines how women are perceived in popular culture through the lens of comic books. Lamarre will discuss gender stereotyping and objectification of women and address two major questions: What are the real powers of female superheroes and why do I look like this?

Science Night Live Orlando Science Center
Orlando Science Center Science Night Live, photo by Roberto Gonzalez


Your health and safety are important to us! The following safety measures will be implemented at Science Night Live:

·     FACE COVERINGS OPTIONAL – Guests may choose to wear a face covering when visiting Orlando Science Center, but it is not required. Please do not visit if you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or have been in contact with someone diagnosed or showing signs of COVID-19. Orlando Science Center is monitoring COVID-19 community levels in our area and will revise this policy as needed. Please know that this policy is subject to change.

·     Hand sanitation stations are available throughout the building with guests encouraged to sanitize their hands before engaging in any high-touch activity.

·     Guests will have the cleanest indoor air quality utilizing UV sanitation and bipolar ionization systems with our HVAC systems.

·     Overall capacity is limited. Must purchase tickets online at

Science Night Live Orlando Science Center
Science Night Live, photo by Roberto Gonzalez


Tickets to Science Night Live are $16 for the general public and free for Orlando Science Center members.

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Author: Shelley

When she isn't chasing her chihuahuas, daughter, or cheering for her Hokies you can find Shelley On the Go in the Central Florida Area and on-air with WDBO News 96.5 on Friday evenings!

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