Broward Center for the Performing Arts
“War Horse,” the five-time Tony Award-winning show about a young boy and his beloved horse opens in South Florida this week.
They fought bravely for the U.S. and its allies during World War II. Sunday, the the consul general of France will award the 11 veterans the “Knight in the National Order of the Legion of Honor.”
Flowers, cards and heart-shaped chocolates are traditional fare for Valentine’s Day. But if you’re looking for something really memorable to do with your special someone, there are plenty of options in South Florida. Instead of sitting through a boring movie, kick it up a notch or two with a live performance sure to add some spark to your romantic holiday.
Spring in South Florida not only brings slightly cooler temperatures and reduced humidity, it also signals the clarion call of a new theater season in some of the area’s finest venues.
Nothing gets you in the holiday spirit like attending a theater performance. So here are a few holiday-themed plays, ballets, concerts and musicals that will have you humming Christmas tunes all the way home.
The Broward Center For The Performing Arts is getting a $50 million makeover, and concertgoers will benefit big time.
Set on a tropical island during World War II, South Pacific is the romantic story of 2 couples in love during the turbulent time of war and prejudices.
Former President Bill Clinton is paying a visit to South Florida.
The tours of two emotionally powerful shows are making stops in Ft. Lauderdale. Kathleen Turner leads the cast of “High,” a poignant tale of drugs and addiction at the Parker Playhouse. “Billy Elliot The Musical” is at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
A new show is coming to South Florida promising to fulfill your holiday dreams while fulfilling the dreams of those in it.