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  • Should you bother with "Ghost The Musical" at Broward Center?

    Should you bother with "Ghost The Musical" at Broward Center?
    You want to love “Ghost the Musical,” you really do. Try as you might, you can’t do it. Oh, you’ll get a "like" to come out of you every now and then, especially when something from the stage musical now at Broward Center for the...
  • Florida Grand Opera stages "Thais" in Miami and Lauderdale

    Florida Grand Opera stages "Thais"  in Miami and Lauderdale
    The direction of Florida Grand Opera’s production of Jules Massenet’s “Thais” is mostly the domain of choreographer-director Renaud Doucet. But the look is all Andre Barbe’s. Famous in operatic circles for their...
  • Weekend preview: Exxxotica? This is how we roll

    Weekend preview: Exxxotica? This is how we roll
    These are the times that try men’s souls. Do you visit with some of the top draft picks in your fantasy porn league — say, Teagan Presley, Tera Patrick or Ron Jeremy — at the Exxxotica 2014 convention in Fort Lauderdale? Or do you do...
  • Ghost The Musical defies gravity at Broward Center

    Ghost The Musical defies gravity at Broward Center
    “It's amazing, Molly. The love inside, you take it with you. See ya.” —Sam Wheat Ghost The Musical opened at Broward Center For The Performing Arts April 29 and captivated the crowd with its mind-boggling special effects and tender...
  • "Spank! Harder" comes to Parker Playhouse

    "Spank! Harder" comes to Parker Playhouse
    The “mommy porn” publishing phenomenon “Fifty Shades of Grey” had two follow-ups.  So it should be no big surprise that last year’s theatrical parody has already whipped up a sequel. “Spank! Harder” takes...
  • Shakespeare, Balanchine, Robbins and Peck to get the MCB treatment

    Shakespeare, Balanchine, Robbins and Peck to get the MCB treatment
    You can’t accuse Miami City Ballet of being stuck in a rut. The company just announced its season for 2014-2015, and the programs include a comedic piece by Jerome Robbins, a world premiere of a commissioned work by hot young choreographer...
  • Summer entertainment for kids

    Summer entertainment for kids
    Summertime in South Florida usually means that the performing-arts community has shifted into standby mode. But for kids, there are a number of opportunities to learn and/or be entertained. Summer Rocks 2014 The Palm Beach Pops has a music education...
  • Caribbean artists to play Jazz Matazz concert in Fort Lauderdale

    Caribbean artists to play Jazz Matazz concert in Fort Lauderdale
    When Jamaican jazz singer Myrna Hague steps onstage, she always tries to tell a story. "I want to pass a lot of emotion, and I want the audience to get that from me. That I am not there just to be there," says Hague, also known as Jamaica's first lady...
  • EOJ academia de baile enseña a jóvenes a bailar y afirmar su fe | FOTOS

    Como banquero, pastor cristiano y padre de dos niñas, Tom Walker nunca imaginó que buena parte de su tiempo la dedicaría a una escuela de ballet. Semejante giro en su vida comenzó hace poco más de nueve años cuando sus hijas, Isabel y Marina, entonces...
  • LGBT show "Little House on the Ferry" at Broward Center

    LGBT show "Little House on the Ferry" at Broward Center
    What’s with all the deer? They appear in much of the marketing and the YouTube videos for “Little House on the Ferry,” an original musical comedy that takes place on Fire Island, a barrier island off New York known for being a gay...
  • The life aquatic with Jean-Michel Cousteau

    The life aquatic with Jean-Michel Cousteau
    On Wednesday night, the talk at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts by famed oceanographer Jean-Michel Cousteau may begin with a splash. In previous speeches, Cousteau, eldest son of undersea explorer Jacques, has recalled the time his father...