This $52 million theater complex consists of the 2,700-seat Au-Rene Theater and the intimate 590-seat Amaturo Theater. Performances really do run the gamut: Broadway musicals, serious drama, modern dance, ballet, classical music, pop concerts and comedy all feature. It’s also known for its children’s theater. Fort Lauderdale is a bit of a trek from Miami for a show, but if traffic is good you can be here in under 40 minutes. The center is situated in the middle of the city’s Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District, with plenty of restaurants and cafés for pre- or post-theater refreshment.
|Venue name:||Broward Center for the Performing Arts||Contact:|
201 SW 5th Ave
|Cross street:||at W Las Olas Blvd|
|Opening hours:||Box office Mon–Fri noon–5pm; Sat–Sun 10am–5pm|
|Transport:||Bus 3, 16, 32, 36, 48, 62, 95, A, C, K, M, S, T|
|Price:||Tickets prices vary|