Several South Florida performing arts recently announced their 2022-23 seasons, including Florida Grand Opera, Slow Burn Theatre Co. and Boca Stage.

Mark your calendars for these exciting productions.

Florida Grand Opera

Florida Grand Opera (FGO), kicks off its season Nov. 12 – 15 at the Arsht Center with a special production of Dominic Cimarosa's comedy “El Matrimonio Secreto” (“The Secret Marriage”). Originally planned for 2020, FGO's version is set among the world of the hard-working Cuban diaspora in 1980s Miami Beach with a specially commissioned Spanish translation from the original Italian. 

Next, they offer a double bill: Puccini’s beloved one-act family drama, “Gianni Schicchi,” and the contemporary sequel “Buoso’s Ghost” by Michael Ching, Jan. 28 – Feb. 11, 2023. Puccini’s often-performed “Tosca” follows, March 18 – April 15, and the season concludes with Rossini’s familiar “The Barber of Seville,” April 29 – May 20. The final three programs will be presented at both the Arsht Center in Miami and the Broward Center in Fort Lauderdale. 

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Slow Burn Theatre Co.

Slow Burn Theatre Co. plans five big Broadway musicals for the Amaturo Theater at the Broward Center in Fort Lauderdale: “Little Shop of Horrors,” Oct. 14 – 30; “Footloose,” Dec. 16 – Jan. 1, 2023; “Honeymoon in Vegas – The Musical,” Feb. 3 – 19; Disney’s “Mary Poppins,” March 24 – April 9; and Disney’s “Newsies,” June 9 – 25. 

Hard-working artistic director and Carbonell winner Patrick Fitzwater often does double duty as a choreographer, so this season is certain to showcase his many talents, especially “Footloose” and “Newsies.”

Season packages are now on sale for subscribers and individual tickets go on sale July 7. 

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Boca Stage

Boca Stage at the Sol Theatre in Boca Raton plans four productions for its fourth season, including three South Florida premieres. 

Keith Garsson will direct Lucas Hnath’s “The Thin Place,” a haunting contemporary ghost story, Nov. 4 – 20. Genie Croft then helms “Time Alone,” by Alessandro Camon, about a grief-stricken widow, a convict serving a life sentence and their surprising connection, Jan. 6 – 22, 2023. 

Croft then tackle’s Bess Wohl’s “Grand Horizons,” Feb. 10 – 26, a comedy about the fallout that results when a longtime married couple announces they plan to divorce. Garsson concludes the season with the updated female version of Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple,” March 17 – April 2. 

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