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Published: Jan 22, 2019

FORT LAUDERDALE – Electrifying entertainers in costumes featuring wireless lighting literally light up the stage as Off-Broadway’s iLuminate comes to The Parker on Tuesday, January 29 at 7 p.m. iLuminate blends music, art and state-of-the-art technology to tell a story of magic, romance and adventure through dance styles ranging from contemporary, hip-hop, Latin, and breaking choreographed to popular and classic music by artists like Michael Jackson, Bruno Mars, James Brown, Janet Jackson, Chris Brown, LMFAO, The Wanted, and Sam Smith. This journey of light and sound follows a clique of 20-somethings who thrive to the beat of life in a city of glowing colors and heart-pounding musical tempos. A shy young artist with a magic paintbrush tries to win the heart of a beautiful hip-hop dancer but ends up in a duel using magic to save her. With its mash-up of dazzling wizardry, spectacular dance moves and high-tech effects, iLuminate has been featured on, among others, America’s Got Talent, Dancing with the Stars, X Factor, MTV’s Video Music Awards, BET Awards and The Nickelodeon Awards. Tickets are $27.50–$67.50. Ticketmaster is the only official ticketing service of The Parker. Buy tickets online at and; by phone at 954.462.0222; in person at the The Parker box office Tuesday through Saturday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and at the Broward Center’s AutoNation Box Office. The The Parker, located in Holiday Park at 707 N.E. Eighth Street in Fort Lauderdale, is an affiliated venue of the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, which provides programming and management of the facility. The Broward Center 2018-2019 season is presented by the Broward Performing Arts Foundation. For more information visit, like us on Facebook at and join the conversation on Twitter with #ParkerPlayhouse.

ABOUT PARKER PLAYHOUSE The neo-classical Playhouse Parker is one of Fort Lauderdale’s first venues. Built by Dr. Louis Parker, the playhouse opened its doors on February 6, 1967 and is managed now by the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. This 1,168-seat, fully equipped theater plays an important role in the community by fueling economic development, while also bringing the community together with performances, activities and educational programming.