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The Phantom Of The Opera Sings Again At The Arsht

There’s something interesting about seeing at the Arsht Center a national tour of the 30-year-old Phantom of the Opera for the who-knows-which time. It’s amazing that people who have performed show three hundred times have not lost their edge as even the best professionals do over time. Instead, they have discovered all the colors and nuances possible in the work, and deliver them with confidence and brio.

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Wide Range In Broadway Across Miami Tour Series in 2015-2016

Flash, punk glam, rhythm & blues and about as traditional an offering as possible comprise the Broadway In Miami series next season.

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The Phantom Rises Again In Retooled Edition, Still Lush And Lovely If Missing Something

For all the derision and adoration that the basic material has engendered over 28 years, the thoroughly-retooled The Phantom of the Opera gliding over a fog-shrouded lake into the Broward Center remains a sturdy craft buoyed by a soaring muscular score delivered by a talented crew.

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Pippin And Motown Headline 2014-2015 Season At Bway Across America In FTL

“Something old (sort of), something new” characterizes the 2014-2015 season for Broadway Across America-Fort Lauderdale. Two current Broadway hits, Pippin and Motown the Musical, will be joined be a refurbished The Phantom of the Opera, last season’s revival of Annie, an older revival of Anything Goes, and the unrefurbished but indestructible The Lion King.

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