The Kravis Center in West Palm Beach is the latest South Florida venue to announce the return of touring Broadway productions this fall.
In addition to shows that will be making stops in Miami and Fort Lauderdale, the 2021-22 Kravis on Broadway series promises two productions making their South Florida premieres: “Summer, the Donna Summer Musical,” Jan. 5 – 9, 2022, and “An Officer and a Gentleman,” May 3 – 8, 2022. The season opens with the intimate 9/11 story “Come From Away,” Nov. 16 – 21, and “Dear Evan Hanson,” Dec. 15 – 19. Other shows include “Cats,” “Anastasia,” and “My Fair Lady.” For more information and tickets, go to Kravis.org.
Artist Sanctuary Opens on Andrews
Longtime Andrews Living Arts producer Bob Nation has moved south and opened a new venue, Artist Sanctuary, 1303 SW 1st Ave. He’s celebrating the grand opening on Feb. 19 – 20 at 8:30 p.m. with outdoor, socially distanced performances of A.R. Gurney’s “Love Letters.” Cathy Rollins will be joining Nation on stage, along with emcee Jeanne Lynn Gray. Tickets are $25 adults, $20 seniors and $10 first responders at Goldstar.com. Nation is also opening Behind the Scenes Theatricals in the downtown space, with costume and prop sales and rentals, a small museum and acting classes planned. For more information, go to ArtistSanctuary.online.
Local Meteorologist Will Host Virtual Chorus Gala
NBC6 meteorologist Steve MacLaughlin will be the emcee for the Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida’s virtual gala, “Puttin’ on the Glitz,” Saturday, Feb. 20 at 8 p.m. The free event will include performances, surprise guest appearances and an online auction for gift baskets, artwork, cooking classes, lunches with local celebrities, hotel stays and a European river cruise. It’s not too late to reserve your spot and place bids at GMCSF.org.