Music

Florida Grand Opera: Salome at ARSHT

Sat 27 Jan, 2018 - Sat 3 Feb, 2018

With its bizarre brew of eroticism and religion, Richard Strauss’s Salome was so disturbing when it first appeared that it was banned in Vienna and London. Today, it’s lost none of its power to send shivers through the audience, and this production eerily captures all the depravity of King Herod’s court in ancient Jerusalem. Starring as the princess whose sexually charged dance … +

Music

Andrea Bocelli in Concert for Valentine’s Day at American Airlines Arena

Sun 11 Feb, 2018

The Adrienne Arsht Center is pleased to present one of the most renowned tenors and beloved voices of our time, Andrea Bocelli, who is equally at home on operatic, theatrical and pop stages around the world! Andrea Bocelli is thrilled to return to Miami, FL for his annual Valentine’s performance at the AmericanAirlines Arena.  Tony Award-winning actress and singer, Kristin Chenoweth, and … +

Music

Rain: A Tribute To The Beatles at Charles F. Dodge City Center

Tue 6 Feb, 2018

Rain-A Tribute to The Beatles celebrates the 50th anniversary of the release of Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band! For the first time ever, RAIN will bring the historic album to life in its entirety for this psychedelic multimedia spectacular in addition to all your early favorites. This mind blowing performance takes you back in time with the legendary foursome delivering a … +

News

Wrongful Death and Other Circus Acts at The Adrienne ARSHT

Through Sun 4 Feb, 2018

Following a fatal plane crash, Laura Mendes, a struggling personal injury lawyer, scampers to sign up the case of a lifetime.  This dark comedy, by one of South Florida’s finest playwrights, takes a wry, satirical look at the crude ways in which Capitalism places value on human life. Wrongful Death and Other Circus Acts is the latest world premiere from Christopher Demos-Brown, … +

Music

Rufus Wainwright at ARSHT

Fri 9 Feb, 2018

Rufus Wainwright, one of the great male vocalists, composers, and songwriters of his generation, has released eight studio albums, three DVDs, and three live albums. He has collaborated with artists ranging from Elton John, David Byrne, Robbie Wiiliams, Mark Ronson, Joni Mitchell to Burt Bacharach. His album Rufus Does Judy recorded at Carnegie Hall in 2006 was nominated for a Grammy. His … +

Performing Arts

Chris Mann: A Night with the Phantom at Aventura Arts and Cultural Center

Wed 31 Jan, 2018

Chris Mann is hailed by critics as “the best Phantom since Michael Crawford”. After 700 performances in Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of The Phantom of the Opera, Mann is inviting audiences to spend “A Night with the Phantom” to celebrate Broadway’s greater hits. Mann rose to fame on NBC’s The Voice. Since then, his albums Roads and Constellation have topped the … +

Music

Benise: Spanish Nights

Rarely is an artist capable of touching the hearts and souls of people of all ages, cultures, and diverse musical backgrounds as guitar virtuoso Benise. In Spanish Nights, Benise takes us on an unprecedented and epic world music and dance adventure through Spanish Flamenco, Cuban Salsa, Brazilian Samba, Argentine Tango, Indian Bollywood, Parisian Waltz and African drumming! A concert perfect for family … +

Music

Liz Callaway’ Broadway Songbook at Amaturo Theater

Tue 6 Feb, 2018

South Florida Symphony: And the Tony Goes To
An Evening with Liz Callaway Broadway star, Liz Callaway, is a Tony nominee and Emmy Award-winning actress, singer and recording artist. She made her Broadway debut in Stephen Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along; received a Tony Award nomination for her performance in Baby; for five years, won acclaim as Grizabella in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats; … +

Music

Negroni’s Trio at Arts Garage

Fri 9 Feb, 2018

Three-time “Grammy” nominees and Sony Music Latin artists Negroni’s Trio (Jose Negroni, Josh Allen and Nomar Negroni) is back with a new and exciting album promising to leave an everlasting mark in the Jazz world. Born and raised on the southern coast of Puerto Rico, Jose Negroni, leader and founder of Negroni’s Trio is  a pianist, composer and arranger. Negroni’s Trio has … +

Music

Broward Center for the Performing Arts: Diana Krall World Tour 2017-2018

Thu 1 Feb, 2018

With her sultry, expressive vocals and evocative piano playing, Grammy & JUNO Award-winner Diana Krall will mesmerize you with her take on the American Songbook. Krall, the only jazz singer to have eight albums debut at the top of the Billboard Jazz Albums, reunited with Tommy LiPuma, the Grammy Award-winning producer of many of her acclaimed albums including All For You, The … +

Performing Arts

Cirque Zuma Zuma at Aventura Arts and Cultural Center

Fri 2 Feb, 2018

African Acrobats International, Inc. has established the ultimate African circus inspired from the cradle of all cultures, the source for music, dance and ritual for all humanity. Bringing the mysticism, magic and excitement of this rich continent to American students, talented performers engage in non-stop action, captivating music, vibrant dance and amazing acrobatic feats. Cirque Zuma Zuma will present its spectacle Smart … +

Performing Arts

The Second City at Aventura Arts and Cultural Center

Thu 1 Feb, 2018

Look Both Ways Before Talking: edgy, thought-provoking and always spectacularly funny. The Second City is celebrating nearly six decades of producing cutting-edge satirical revues and launching the careers of generation after generation of comedy’s best and brightest. Aventura Arts and Cultural Center Broward Center for the Performing Arts 201 SW Fifth Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312 954.522.5334 www.browardcenter.org

Cinema

Shadowman at O Cinema Wynwood

Sun 28 Jan, 2018

Art Films presents the best of films by and about artists paired with food & drinks, followed by a post-film discussion by one of the film’s creators. Co-presented by O Cinema and ArtCenter South Florida. In the 1980s, Richard Hambleton was the Shadowman, a specter in the night who painted hundreds of startling silhouettes on the walls of lower Manhattan and, along … +

Music

Arts Garage presents Emmet Cohen Trio

Fri 2 Feb, 2018

Jazz pianist and composer Emmet Cohen is one of his generation’s pivotal artistic figures. Downbeat praised the “nimble touch, measured stride and warm harmonic vocabulary” he employs to communicate with other musicians and audiences at what he terms “the deepest level of humanity and individuality.” Cohen plays with the command and passion of an artist fully devoted to his medium. Cohen is … +

News

The Verve Pipe in Concert at Broward Center for the Performing Arts

Thu 1 Feb, 2018

With a reputation for spectacular live performances, the multi-platinum alternative rock band The Verve Pipe are recognized worldwide for their radio hits “The Freshmen,” “Photograph” and “Colorful.” With a new lineup and a renewed energy and focus, lead singer/principal songwriter and founder Brian Vander Ark and the band continue to deliver original music that is distinguished by innovative arrangements, soul-searching lyrics and … +

Music

Florida Grand Opera: Salome at Broward Center for the Performing Arts

Thu 8 Feb, 2018 - Sat 10 Feb, 2018

With its bizarre brew of eroticism and religion, Richard Strauss’s Salome was so disturbing when it first appeared that it was banned in Vienna and London. Today, it’s lost none of its power to send shivers through the audience, and this production eerily captures all the depravity of King Herod’s court in ancient Jerusalem. Starring as the princess whose sexually charged dance leads straight … +

Performing Arts

Darius & Twig at Broward Center for the Performing Arts

Tue 30 Jan, 2018

Can two young friends—a writer and an athlete—break away from the inner city to live their dreams? With Darius’ mother barely scraping by, pressure from Twig’s uncle to give up racing, and bullies Midnight and Tall Boy constantly on their case, these true-blue allies may not truly be free to use their gifts. Based on the novel by Walter Dean Myers, this street-smart … +

Performing Arts

Latrice Royale & Peaches Christ’ MISTER ACT at Parker Playhouse

Fri 2 Feb, 2018

MISTER ACT marks the South Florida Premiere of San Francisco Icon Peaches Christ’s cult movie send-up. Peaches Christ, perhaps best known as the host of San Francisco’s Midnight Mass, created this drag parody of the film “Sister Act,” with the show having already seen sold out performances in San Francisco, Seattle, and Portland. Drag superstar, Florida resident, and reformed criminal LATRICE ROYALE stars … +

Dance

Shen Yun 2018: A Gift from Heaven at Broward Center for the Performing Arts

Tue 30 Jan, 2018 - Wed 31 Jan, 2018

In ancient times, China was known as the Land of the Divine. Everyone, from emperors to the common people, believed that their culture was a gift from heaven. They lived in harmony with the universe and saw a connection among all things. Traditional Chinese culture carried these principles for thousands of years—until this world was lost. Shen Yun invites us to visit … +

Announcements

Masterworks II: Martha Graham’s Dance of Life

Martha Graham Dance Company and the SFSO come together for the Symphony’s 20th Anniversary celebration performing Stravinsky’s revolutionary ‘Rite of Spring’ and Copland’s legendary Appalachian Spring to Martha Graham’s original choreography. Graham 2 choreographer Virginie Mécène brings alive the WORLD PREMIERE performance of her new work, A New Place, inspired by the creative genius of Tom Hormel’s Legend of Bird Mountain. Tickets … +

Announcements

Perceptual Tracking: A Color Space at Frank Art Gallery

Through Sun 11 Mar, 2018

The Frank C. Ortis Art Gallery and Exhibit Hall cordially invites you to the opening reception of Perceptual Tracking: A Color Space A collaborative installation by Leah Brown, Christian Feneck, and Peter Symons. On Thursday, January 11, 6 – 9 pm At 601 City Center Way Pembroke Pines, Florida 33025 The exhibit will focus around a collaborative installation by Leah Brown, Christian … +

Announcements

South Florida JAZZ at Bailey Hall presents the Monty Alexander Trio

Born in Kingston, Jamaica on D-Day, Monty Alexander is a self-taught pianist with prodigious skills that were evident from age four. He was gigging in Kingston clubs in his teens when he moved to Miami briefly. His playing retains a strong Caribbean influence, but with a significant bebop flavor and bright swinging feeling. Influenced by Nat Cole, Oscar Peterson, Erroll Garner, and … +