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March 29, 2010, 3:03 pm
Filed under: Broadway Across America

The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County proudly announced its 5th Anniversary Broadway in Miami 2010-2011/Broadway Across America season on March 21st with an unprecedented line-up of five Tony® Award-winning Miami premiere engagements at the Sanford and Dolores Ziff Ballet Opera House.  The 5th Anniversary Season celebrates the Adrienne Arsht Center’s five years as the community town square – a place where our diverse South Florida community can gather for extraordinary performances, free family-friendly events, and meaningful community-building.  With five phenomenal Broadway shows—all five winners of multiple Tony® Awards—the 2010-2011 season promises to deliver an artistic toast to five fabulous years in Miami!

The season kicks off October 2010 with an all-new production of DREAMGIRLS, direct from New York’s Apollo Theater; followed by a December limited holiday engagement: NETworks presents Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST– the enchanting, romantic musical for all generations. March brings in two of Broadway’s biggest blockbusters and Best Musical Tony® winners: JERSEY BOYS, the story of rock ’n roll Hall of Famers, The Four Seasons, followed by the Latino hit musical IN THE HEIGHTS.  June closes the season with HAIR, the 2009 Tony® Award winner for Best Musical Revival. 

(L-R) Adrienne Warren (Lorrell), Syesha Mercado (Deena), Moya Angela (Effie). Photo by Joan Marcus.


Justin Glaser as the Beast and Liz Shivener as Belle. Photo by Joan Marcus.

Recording Studio; (L to R) Steve Gouveia, Joseph Leo Bwarie, Ryan Jesse and Matt Bailey. Photo by Joan Marcus.

(L-R) Sabrina Sloan, Isabel Santiago, Arielle Jacobs, Genny Lis Padilla. Photo by Janet Macoska.

“Our Fifth Anniversary Broadway Season celebrates artistic programming tailor-made for the city of Miami,” said M. John Richard, President and CEO of the Adrienne Arsht Center. “Our goal is always to use a thoughtful, community-based approach in programming world-class performing arts at the Center, and this selection of Broadway hits offers a diverse sampling of shows for our multi-cultural, multi-generational South Florida audience.”


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So many great broadway shows out now not sure which one to go to first.

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