- $25 for one ticket to “Rhythm in the Night” (up to $50.52 value)
- When: Sunday, April 6 at 7:30 p.m.
- Where: Coral Springs Center for The Arts
- Seating: rear orchestra, rear mezzanine, or balcony
- Door time: 6:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
“Rhythm in the Night”
- What it isn’t: a concert by Italian band Corona (that’s “Rhythm of the Night”)
- What it is: an Irish dance performance just in time for St. Patrick’s Day
- The premise: A shadowy heroic figure must find his way through the deception and temptation around him and not get distracted by the fact that hundreds of people are watching his every move from the darkness.
- Who’s on stage: 18 Irish step-dancers
- Who choreographed the program: Justin Boros, a former dancer with Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance, and fellow dancer and musician Gregg Senko
Coral Springs Center For The Arts
Believe it or not, Coral Springs Center For The Arts was once an old gym. But after a 1996 renovation installed a 1,471-seat theatre and deflated every ghost-inhabited basketball, the venue became the culturally rich institution it is today. Every year, approximately 200,00 patrons migrate to its riverside confines for a packed schedule of Broadway shows, comedians, jazz luminaries, and pop stars. In addition to its performing arts, the Center’s Coral Springs Museum of Arts showcases both a permanent collection and traveling exhibits.
Coral Springs Center for the Arts
Who says thespians and jocks can't coexist? Coral Springs Center for the Arts was once an old gym, after all—and following a 1996 renovation that saw the installation of a 1,471-seat theatre and the removal of all the abandoned bodybuilder nests, the venue became the culturally rich institution it is today. Now approximately 200,000 patrons migrate to its riverside confines annually for Broadway shows and performances by comedians, jazz luminaries, and pop stars. However, that theater isn't the only venue on the premises. On the third floor, an 80-seat cabaret-style Black Box Studio draws audiences into a more intimate, personal style of performance—and VIP packages grant access to the closest of the really close seats. Right below that studio is the Center's Coral Springs Museum of Arts, which showcases both a permanent collection of visual arts and traveling exhibits.