MIRROR: Arts & Entertainment Fall Entertainment Preview
Fall is an exciting time in South Florida as dozens of local dance and theater companies, orchestras and galleries kick off their new seasons. Here is your guide to the many choices available to stretch your imagination and stimulate your senses.
Mirror: Regional Theater
South Florida boasts one of the most vibrant regional theater scenes in the country. This fall, audiences can enjoy classic American plays, edgy new dramas and comedies, hit musicals, LGBTQ-themed fare and much more—all without booking a ticket to Broadway.
For more information about Art Basel Miami Beach ad artbasel.com/miami beach and miamiiandbeaches.com. locations are announced and tickets for individual art week events generally go on sale after Oct. 1.
Whether you prefer classical or contemporary, you will experience the full range of motion on South Florida stages this season. The distinctive beats of hip hop and tango also spice up the schedule.
Mirror: Comedy and Concerts
All eyes are on Hollywood where the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino opens its long-awaited guitar-shaped hotel and state-of-the-art, 6,500-seat Hard Rock Live concert venue. If you can’t snag tickets to the big opening featuring Maroon 5, there are still lots of options for memorable entertainment.
Mirror: Classical and Jazz
Who says classical music concerts have to be stuffy affairs? Local orchestras serve up scintillating programs and audiences pack the performing arts center for Gold Coast Jazz Society concerts and visiting artists.
With three world-class performing arts centers within an 80-mile distance, South Florida attracts the best Broadway touring productions. The highlights of the season are the regional sdebut of the Jimmy Buffet musical, “Escape to Margaritaville,” at the Broward Center and the hilarious comedy, “The Play that Goes Wrong,” at the Kravis Center.
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