Face coverings and documentation of a recent negative COVID-19 test policy to be implemented
“BRIDGING THE GAP: FROM EDUCATION TO EMPLOYMENT IN THE ARTS” AN ARTS FOR ACTION: BLACK VOICES COMMUNITY DIALOGUE
Public invited to participate in the free September 14 discussion exploring opportunities in the arts and creative industries for people of color
The Broward Center for the Performing Arts announces a three-event summer series of free interactive virtual events for the neurodiverse community via zoom.
The beautifully renovated Parker Playhouse will reopen in September as The Parker with new guest experiences and a line-up of top artist.
THE BROWARD CENTER LAUNCHES ARTS FOR ACTION TO ADDRESS CRITICAL ISSUES OF SOCIAL JUSTICE AND RACIAL INEQUALITY
Public invited to participate in June 2 “Bridging the Gap” event.
A professionally staged workshop of the new musical Story of A Life comes to the Abdo New River Room at the Broward Center.
Tthe troupe will present the world premieres of Dorian's Reflection and the Jewish-themed Anusim.
Voting is open to the general public now through May 14, 2021.
Broadway in Fort Lauderdale is thrilled to announce that Broadway will be returning to the Broward Center in fall of 2021 with the addition of three Broadway blockbusters, Come From Away, Disney's Frozen, and Ain't Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations to the season lineup.
Guests attending the 11th Annual Ghost Light Society Soirée in December were treated to an entertaining and interactive virtual celebration to save the stages. The "Superhero Soirée" was presented by UKG (Ultimate Kronos Group) and raised more than $53,000 for the Broward Center for the Performings Arts' Road to Recovery Fund.
On February 2, students from Hallandale High, Cooper City High and Everglades High gathered on Zoom for an interactive workshop with actor LeLand Gantt, taking their 6-week experience to a powerful culmination.
THE BROWARD CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS ANNOUNCES WINTER/SPRING CLASSES AND SPRING BREAK THEATER CAMP
Interested students can learn more during a free virtual open house on Saturday, January 23
Today’s top entertainers are set to take Broward Center’s all-new outdoor stage by entertaining fans under the stars.
On November 24, 2020, Broward County’s own Black Violin, the classical-meets-hip-hop duo, earned their first GRAMMY nomination.
Here are 5 ways to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with these virtual and live events from the Broward Center. And when planning your holiday shopping, consider a gift to our Road to Recovery Fund . Your support will help ensure our ability to entertain, educate and engage our community during the holidays and throughout the year!