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 America tours.

The new Broadway in Miami five-show subscription series at the Arsht Center is as follows:

December 5-10, 2023 – Pretty Woman: The Musical

This Miami premiere is based on the popular film romance features an original score by Grammy winner Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance (Summer of ’69,” “Heaven”), and a book by the movie’s Garry Marshall and screenwriter J.F. Lawton. The Broadway edition copied for the road was led by Tony Award-winning director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell (Hairspray, Kinky Boots, Legally Blonde).

January 2-7, 2024 — The Cher Show

This South Florida premiere tracks the life story of the iconic entertainer using three different women to portray her at different times in her life: the kid starting out, the glam pop star, and the icon. Needless to say, the score is primarily an array of 35 greatest hits.

March 13-24, 2024 – Hamilton

If you have to ask……

May 7-12, 2024 — Peter Pan

This 69-year-old musical beloved by three generations returns in a tweaked revision by playwright Larissa FastHorse and famed directed Lonny Price.  Most of the score and script are the same, but the problematic depiction of Native Americans will be overhauled.

June 18-23, 2024 — Les Misérables

Musical about a man who steals a loaf of bread and never hears the end of it.

Season tickets for five-shows are on sale already for the tours in Miami starting at $205 and capping at $785. To renew a subscription or became a subscriber, visit or call the Arsht Center box office at 305.949.6722 or the Season Ticket Holder Hotline toll-free at 800.939.8587.

While Broadway Across America has announced its season schedules for several cities across the country, it is holding off releasing the slate for the Broward Center until late March.

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