... gets an unforgettable twist as acclaimed jazz vocalist Johnny Rodgers joins forces with David Pruyn and the South Florida Jazz Orchestra at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts Amaturo Theater.
Muscle-bound hunks treat ladies-only audiences to a scintillating evening of steamy choreography and striptease
Muscle-bound hunks compete for spots at the legendary nightclub that treats ladies-only audiences to steamy choreography and stripteases
Male dance revue comprised of muscle-bound hunks excites crowds with sensual moves and Vegas showmanship
Now the award-winning theater and vocal students of Parkway Middle School of the Arts bring Mulan Jr.
Katz Theater in Pembroke Pines.
Paving the way for the birth of the Broadway musical, the creative team of Gilbert and Sullivan cracked up audiences and set toes a-tappin' with their operettas, crafting topsy-turvy shows with absurd...
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Miss D and her Dancing Dolls perform exciting original hip-hop majorette routines seen on the hit Lifetime series, Bring It!
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Grand balconies and a 24-karat-gold ceiling frame a meal of Russian cuisine before a show and dancing
Actors with more than two decades of experience in theater, film, and improv use their skills to create comedy and suspense.
In a one-woman Broadway show hailed by the New York Daily News, a single actress portrays Israeli P.M. Golda Meir and 30+ other characters
This is the third installment of the popular series, which was co-written by Maripat Donovan and Marc Silva, but no knowledge of the other shows is required.
At age 7, he embarked on a career in magic, and it shows in his career as an illusionist, during which he’s played international cruises, headlined in Vegas, and embarked on five world tours.
Satirist Robert Dubac tackles the dumbing down of American culture in this comedic one-man show praised by The New York Times