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Broward Center for the Performing Arts

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  • Lisa Kitei, executive director of the Broward Performing Arts Foundation

    Lisa Kitei, executive director of the Broward Performing Arts Foundation
    Q: Are the Broward Center for the Performing Arts renovations complete? We are nearing completion. In just two years, we have introduced a new concept in theater hospitality, the Club Level, renovated the Au-Rene Theater from top to bottom, restored the...
  • "The Orphan Train" benefit staged at Broward Center

    "The Orphan Train" benefit staged at Broward Center
    You can pretty much get a lot from the title of the play “The Orphan Train: A Past Story About a Present Story.” But what is not as upfront is how the multimedia drama came to have a run Friday and Saturday at the Broward Center for the...
  • PR Hispanic Chamber promotes Familia Para El Mall

    Lauderhill Regional 11th Annual International Business Trade Conference & Expo, highlighting international trade and the significant effect that bilateral trade has in South Florida's economy, presented in partnership with Florida Chamber of Commerce,...
  • Ballet company brings Sleeping Beauty's wedding to Broward Center

    Ballet company brings Sleeping Beauty's wedding to Broward Center
    The ballet “Sleeping Beauty Act III (Aurora’s Wedding)“ has it all. That’s what Lynda DeChane, artistic director of the Hollywood-based South Florida Ballet Theater, thinks, and that’s why she’s staging it Saturday as...
  • Davie woman receives volunteer award from Broward Center

    Shirley Sargent loves volunteering at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale. Her efforts were recently recognized as she was named its 2013-2014 SEAS/Smart Stage Volunteer of the Year. The Davie resident who volunteers about 200...
  • Chamber events

    Greater Boynton Beach Nonprofit Showcase, October luncheon where member non-profits will communicate their missions. When: 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday. Where: Bethesda Hospital East, Clayton Conference Center, 2815 S. Seacrest Blvd., Boynton Beach...
  • Free water trolley could connect downtown Fort Lauderdale

    — While the New River splits the city's downtown in half, a new water trolley could provide visitors and locals a convenient way to bridge the divide. The free service along Riverwalk would shuttle people on the New River between the Broward...
  • South Florida theater picks

    South Florida theater picks
    "Annie" Oct. 7-19 at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, 201 SW Fifth Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Tickets start at $34.75. Call 954-462-0222 or go to BrowardCenter.org. When the musical-comedy “Annie” comes to the Broward Center, it...
  • Fort Lauderdale to close downtown roads for New Year's Eve party

    Fort Lauderdale to close downtown roads for New Year's Eve party
    Getting into downtown Fort Lauderdale on the last day of the year will be a little more complicated than usual. Some roads will be closed from 7 a.m. Wednesday to 8 a.m. Thursday to accommodate the setup, party and removal of the Downtown Countdown...
  • 'The Lion King' roars at the Broward Center

    'The Lion King' roars at the Broward Center
    The Lion King Can you feel the love for an entire month? That's how long the touring production of "The Lion King" is running, which will roar at the Broward Center through Feb. 1. The plot follows the 1994 Disney animated film and its hero, the lion...
  • At South Florida theaters, the snow must go on

    At South Florida theaters, the snow must go on
    It may be hard for some South Floridians to get into the holiday spirit. Twinkling lights on palm trees, Santas in flip-flops and balmy subtropical temperatures don't exactly conjure up Christmas. But South Florida stages are doing their part. Here is a...