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The musical Beetlejuice, part of the Broadway Across America series, is resplendent with silly, often stupid, jokes, over-the-top acting and sometimes forgettable songs that actually all come together to make it work. at the Broward Center.
In the early spring, flowers bloom and South Florida theaters announce 2023-24 seasons. Broadway In Fort Lauderdale will have Funny Girl and Moulin Rouge; Lake Worth Playhouse’s season includes Ragtime , Rent, Jean-Paul Sartre and Harold Pinter.
Ever wondered what a blazing comet looks like a few yards from your face? Visit the Broward Center to catch the national tour of Tina, a huge fireball smashing through the backwall powering right through the auditorium.
Bio-jukebox musicals hinges on the strength of the music and the audience’s connection. Music takes you back to where you were and who you were. The exuberant production of Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts checks all those boxes.
Escape to Margaritaville, the Jimmy Buffett musical at the Broward Center would work so much better as a concert of the infectious songs imploring that you kick back, grab a drink and make yourself comfortable and just enjoy being carefree. Instead, the lyrics have been wedged and squeezed into a variety of scenarios. If you’re looking for a plot, better to keep looking for that lost shaker of salt as the story is lighter than air.
Hamilton and Dear Evan Hansen – two of the most critically acclaimed and fantastically popular musicals of the past decade – headline the 2018-2019 Broadway Across America season slated for the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
Splendidly gorgeous to watch, the creativity of the staging is reason enough to embrace Finding Neverland at the Broward Center On a deeper level, though, there’s something profoundly moving about this drama that’s imagined in a different time and place, yet somehow seeps into modern reality. Perhaps there is such a thing as pixie dust.
We were planning just to freshen up the review from when the national tour of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella played the Arsht and the Kravis two years ago, and note that this was a new non-Equity cast visiting the Broward Center through Christmas Day. But Donald Trump got in the way.
These are not at all necessarily what we predict will be the best shows this season (although they may be) or the best attended or the most popular or the most award-winning. We don’t care. These are the shows we most want to see for a variety of reasons. The list is woefully incomplete, likely with major but unintentional omissions.
When Danny Burgos steps on the Broward Center stage on June 15 in the national tour of Beauty and the Beast, the moment will resonate for him as few have before. It was on those same floorboards that Burgos saw his first professional production ever, a tour of The Phantom of the Opera that his stepmother took him to when he was in seventh grade.