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If you’ve never seen the Broadway production of the charm-infused musical Once or missed the Actors’ Playhouse version (or just want to see it again), this national touring version currently at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center is as faithful a reproduction as you could ask for.
What the musical Once illustrates on the stage of Actors Playhouse is the unparalleled power of song to capture and then share the pure pain and pleasure of love.
Folksy, intimate, and warmly fulfilling, the national tour of the musical Once is as intoxicating as a shot of Irish whiskey. The buzz remains long after the hummable Falling Slowly reprise at the Broward Center.
Four of the six shows slated for the 2015-2016 Broadway Across Fort Lauderdale season earned Tony Awards in just the past few years, and two of them will be seen for the first time in South Florida in the series at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Two of them are still running on the Great White Way.
A yearning so palpable it almost becomes corporeal and a heartache without a shred of self-pity pour unapologetically from the stage in the legitimately affecting musical Once touring through Miami this week only. The tears and smiles are honestly earned in this bittersweet romance leavened with the humor that only chastened challenged souls can muster.
Once, the dark horse that won the best musical Tony Award last Spring, will make its South Florida bow a year from now as one of the notable national tours appearing in the 2013-14 Broadway Across America season at the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. Also notable in the lineup will be Warhorse, which will close the current season in Broward, as well as the recent revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Evita.
Or Coming To A Theater Near You (Or Not) By Bill Hirschman Welcome to our semi-annual scouting trip for shows likely to appear in South Florida in a local production or a national tour — or shows you should make …
The msuic of the Broadway show Once is affecting, often lovely and occasionally haunting. However, if you expect an Original Broadway Cast album to give you a glimpse into a theatrical experience you might have missed, you will find this album frustrating at first. As likely as it is that you will come to love the score, you can’t get much of an idea of the show itself just from these 16 or 17 or 18 tracks.