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Broward Center For The Performing Arts

201 South West Fifth Avenue
954-462-0222


The Broward Center for the Performing Arts invites you to discover something new to love about the arts. A comprehensive regional arts & entertainment facility which presents a complete range of entertainment including Broadway musicals, plays, dance, drama, symphony and opera, blues, jazz, film, lecture, pop concerts, comedy, children's theater, and more.

Our mission is at the heart of all that we do.

We exist "to be a leader in promoting artistic offerings to our increasingly diverse community with an emphasis on fostering a cooperative spirit to positively impact the local economy and community."



Reviews

sylena britt

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Thursday, June 14, 2018
I attended my son's graduation service here. I was so impressed with the surroundings and their customer service was awesome! Surprisingly I was able to get a wheelchair for my mother. Someone took her to be seated and then picked her up and brought her out front when the program was over. The only thing I didn't like was they didn't offer valet parking. Overall it was a great experience.

yael cohen

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Thursday, June 21, 2018
The place is beautiful. There’s ushers and they help you find where exactly is your seat and is very organized. We sat in the mezzanine and the acustic was excellent and we could see perfectly. We went to see a Dance Festival. There’s a perfectly good parking garage right in front of the Center as well.

M. Feliciano

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Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Very clean, intimate theater. Great seats and views abound. Not many bathrooms though. Located in downtown Fort Lauderdale. Parking is in downtown, so you pay $10 for 3 hours @ the minimum. Saw comedian Jim Norton and a female comic (didn't get her name) who opened for Jim. Both comics were finished in an hour and a half. Too short of a show, but that's not the venue's fault. I would go back to see other comics though.

Hillary Josephs

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Saturday, June 23, 2018
We attended the Slow Burn Theatre production of Rock of Ages. The Amaturo theater is more intimate and similar to a NY theater experience. Great performance and a fun show. Well done!

Belinda Griffin

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Thursday, June 21, 2018
We were there for my son's Graduation from Hollywood Hills High School. The parking was a little crazy at first, because I was unfamiliar with my surroundings. The Performing Arts Center was Georgous!!! The Stairs in the parking garage should also be light up for those being released from the center out the front doors, once they've walked across the 2nd floor bridge to the Center. Y'all also had multiple exit's which showed Lot's of Experience!!! Ty, will c u in 4 more years with my youngest!!!

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