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On November 24, 2020, Broward County’s own Black Violin, the classical-meets-hip-hop duo, earned their first GRAMMY nomination for Take The Stairs in the Best Contemporary Instrumental Album category.
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!
Maestro James Brooks-Bruzzese has influenced thousands of lives with his music. On November 13, 2020, the Symphony of the Americas presents a tribute concert entitled “Merci Maestro” to honor and celebrate its Founding Artistic Director at Broward Center’s Amaturo Theater.
A dynamic group of elementary teachers gathered on Zoom as the school year came to a close for a virtual arts integration institute where they learned how to incorporate dance, music, theater and visual arts strategies into online instruction
In the grand tradition of “the show must go on,” students at the Broward Center’s Rose Miniaci Arts Education Center took their rehearsals online from March through July to create a pilot production of Something Rotten! Jr. for Music Theatre International (MTI).
Summer is sizzling, so crank up the A/C, grab some popcorn and beat the heat with these two red-hot, live entertainment events in August!
Kelley Shanley, Broward Center’s President & CEO, was honored with the prestigious George Abbott Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Arts at the 44th annual Carbonell Awards in a virtual ceremony on August 3.
Celebrate Independence Day weekend with the ultimate revolutionary musical commemorating one of the most influential figures in American history.
Thanks to the generosity of JM Family Enterprises, more than 20 students will receive scholarships to attend summer camp sessions this year.
While our lights might be dimmed, our creativity is burning bright. Experience Broward Center from the comfort of your own home!
SPOTLIGHTS SING... IN A VIRTUAL CABARET
When it became clear that the live performance could not take place as planned, the Broward Center Spotlights performed a virtual cabaret of songs...
With a virtual campaign launch from several locations including the Broward Center, this community-wide initiative encourages everyone in the community to support local businesses.
The road to recovery will be an uphill climb. Every day that we walk into empty theaters, we face the reality that with no shows, there’s no revenue.
More than 300 guests attended our first-ever virtual gala, presented by the Broward Performing Arts Foundation in conjunction with a nation-wide initiative ...
Your kids will be singing, dancing and acting and learning from experienced theater instructors who have mastered the Zoom teaching environment ...
Get to know your favorite actors and musicians with an insider’s peek behind the scenes as Slow Burn Theatre Co.’s co-founders Patrick Fitzwater and Matt Korinko host ...
Our Teen Ambassadors went virtual for their last two meetings of the season, celebrating their achievements and sharing their accomplishments by Zoom ...
Our staff took the show on the road donating nearly 400 hearty lunch boxes with turkey sandwiches, snacks, and sweet treats often enjoyed by theatergoers to ...
Our theaters may be dark right now, but we are busy behind the scenes. Many programs and events have moved online and although you can’t come in our doors, you can come ...
This staff tribute was a warm and welcome surprise for our volunteers from their biggest fans.
APPLAUSE FOR CLEVELAND CLINIC
Our F&B team delivered over 200 cases of soda, water and snacks to our partner Cleveland Clinic Florida.
Join us in keeping our venue vibrant today, tomorrow and for generations to come.