Tag Archives: Broadway In Miami
Peter, Cher, Alexander, Jean and Vivian Headline Arsht Broadway Tours Next Season
A newly revised version of the classic musical Peter Pan, plus a bio-musical about Cher, plus a couple shows you’ve might have heard about Hamilton and Les Misérables are among the offerings next season at the Arsht Center’s hosting of Broadway in Miami tours.
COVID Pushes Shorts A Year Out, Delays Arsht Bway Season
The pandemic and other issues are causing some companies performing at the programs at the Arsht Center in Miami to once again rearrange schedules. They will delay the start of the Broadway In Miami season from September to the end of the year, and cause City Theatre to postponed the anticipated Silver Anniversary of Summer Shorts to 2022.
’20-21 For Primal Forces, Maltz Jupiter And Headlining Arsht Bway Tours: Hadestown
Another round of 2020-2021 season announcements has arrived with some promising titles — this time from Primal Forces and the Maltz Jupiter Theatre – plus a headline-making offering from Broadway Across America at the Arsht Center: Hadestown.
We Will Rock You at Arsht Center Rolls But Doesn’t Rock
We Will Rock You, another one of those jukebox musical mixtapes this time with the lyrics and music of megaband Queen, doesn’t quite follow Queen’s intended path.
Fela! Is A Stunning Homage To Meld Of Music & Social Activism
Fela! is stunning in both senses of the adjective: exhilarating to the point of paralyzing the observer with elation and overwhelming to the point of numbing the observer. Powered – and we do mean powered – by a supremely talented cast of singers/dancers/musicians executing thrilling choreography and song, the national tour settling for one week at the Arsht Center doesn’t just immerse the audience in the riches of African culture, it floods you until you fear you might drown.
Added Openings Nights, Dramaworks Hopes To Get Lucky, Blue Man Fills Miami Slot
Quick Hits Two one-actor shows have been added to this month’s calendar in the last few days, one about noted Floridian Zora Neale Hurston and the other about Nazi hunter Simon Weisenthal. Karen Stephens, who did acclaimed work as multiple …
It’s Alive! It’s Alive! The Reanimated Addams Family Rises From the Dead
This droll, tuneful and thoroughly winning burlesque bears little resemblance to the New York corpse whose sole virtue was comic genius Nathan Lane in the lead as Gomez.Taking the show for the vision its creators wanted to achieve, this vastly improved version is an unreserved delight.