Performing Arts

OceanDance 2004

Fri., Dec. 31, 9:30 pm
Sat., Jan. 1, 8 pm
FREE
Location: Hollywood Beach at Johnson Street

Celebrate the New Year South Florida style amid the gentle tropical breezes, swaying palm trees, and soothing, lapping waves on Hollywood Beach at this free outdoor event. Arrive early and don’t forget to bring your beach chair, as this annual event cannot be missed.

Performing Arts

Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company

Fri., April 30, 2004, 8pm
Sat., May 1, 2004, 8 pm
Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center

Founded in 1972, New York-based Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company is an example of the best of the American melting pot. Modern dance techniques are employed, and the richness in background is such that the audience is treated to many different styles and influences.

“The Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company painted portraits in movement, the action gained emotional intensity.” – New York Times

Performing Arts

The Trouble With Peggy: Pieces of Guggenheim

Apr., 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 2004, 8 pm
Apr., 18, 25, 2004, 2 pm matinee
Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center

“Brilliantly staged…Ingenious theatre.” – The Wall Street Journal

“Engrossing, highly imaginative.” – Chicago Sun-Times

Acclaimed playwright/actress Donna Blue Lachman brings to life The Trouble With Peggy: Pieces of Guggenheim, a drama about heiress and art collector Peggy Guggenheim. Hailed as a smash hit by critics, this 90-minute show transports audiences back in time to Bohemian France, the expulsion of leading modern artists from Europe by the Nazis, and to New York City in the 1950s.

Performing Arts

Kun-Yang Lin / Dancers

Fri., April 2, 2004, 8 pm
Sat., April 3, 2004, 8 pm
Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center

From an early age, Artistic Director Kun-Yang Lin has created cohesive and powerful choreography which explores the passion, humor, depth, and emotional power of human relationships and humanity’s relationship to the world around us.

“Mr. Lin’s performance is a life on fire…very provocative. He uses his body to express the deep personal feelings. He gives all that he has, holding nothing back!” – Taiwan Dance Magazine

“Kun-Yang Lin cuts through space like a knife.” – The New York Times

Performing Arts

Johannes Wieland Dance Company

Fri., Mar. 26, 2004, 8 pm
Sat., Mar. 27, 2004, 8 pm
Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center

A former principal Bejart dancer, Artistic Director Johannes Wieland’s work cuts the edge, blurs the lines, and creates a stylistic precedent.

“Mr. Wieland can choreographically conjure up emotions without relying on gimmicks.” – The New York Times

Performing Arts

No Apologies: The Life and Art of Isadora Duncan

Feb., 26, 27, 28, 2004, 8 pm
Feb., 29, 2004, 2 pm matinee
Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center

“…The Company offers insight and revelations, Pre-Raphaelite sensuality as well as sharp and unexpected dynamics…Brilliant.” – The New York Times

Lori Belilove & Company brings to life the spirit of Isadora Duncan in the internationally acclaimed production, Isadora…No Apologies. This compelling portrayal of the mother of modern dance showcases Isadora’s life and loves as well as the unique qualities of her repertoire.

Performing Arts

Condors Japanese Dance

Fri., Feb. 6, 2004, 8 pm
Sat., Feb. 7, 2004, 8 pm
Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center

The founder of one of Japan’s most innovative companies, Peruvian-born Artistic Director Ryohei Kondo has a vision of 21st Century dance that is fast paced, funny, and thought provoking at the same time.

“This skillful, endearing guy group knows how deeply escape calls to young people and how laughter and dance embody it at its most fulfilling.” – Los Angeles Times

Performing Arts

Urban Ballet Theater

Fri., Jan. 23, 2004, 8 pm
Sat., Jan. 24, 2004, 8 pm
Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center

By using ballet to express contemporary issues, Urban Ballet Theater’s Artistic Director Daniel Catanach has made this classical art form accessible to a vast range of audiences.

“[Artistic Director Daniel] Catanach’s choreography, fluent to the point of ranginess, swirls all over the map. His dancers…hold nothing back.” – Dance Magazine

Performing Arts

Broadway Actors Performances, Summer Arts Camp 2016

Don’t miss the final performance of our Broadway Actors campers!

Broadway Actors production of Seussical, Jr.
Performance: Friday, July 8 at 5:30 pm
$8 Adult
$5 Children under 12

Broadway Actors production of Honk!, Jr.
Performance: Friday, August 12 at 5:30 pm
$8 Adult
$5 Children under 12

Performing Arts

Mixed Up Fairy Tales

By Page Turner Adventures
Saturday, May 14, 2016, 2pm
FREE

“World Famous Storyologist” Page Turner and her slapstick sidekick need your help to break a spell or Beauty will sleep for 100 years!

Performing Arts

The Tiger and the Brahmin

By Momentum Dance Company
Saturday, March 19, 2016, 2pm
FREE

Spice up your afternoon with this colorful fable from India that tells the story of a trusting Brahmin whose kindness to a Tiger is betrayed when the Tiger tries to eat him!

Performing Arts

Princess Thimbelina

By Bits ‘N Pieces Puppet Theatre
Saturday, February 20, 2016, 2pm
FREE

Come along and sing with Thimbelina and her menagerie of animal friends in Bits N Pieces Puppet Theatre’s original musical adaptation.

Performing Arts

Broadway Actors Performances, Summer Arts Camp 2015

Don’t miss the final performance of our Broadway Actors campers as they bring a family friendly musical theatre production of a Disney classic to life!

Broadway Actors production of Disney’s Mulan, Junior.
Performance: Friday, August 7 at 5 pm
$8 Adult
$5 Children under 12

Defying the village matchmaker, Mulan takes up arms and disguises as a boy in order to spare her father from having to serve in the army. The Huns have invaded, and it is up to the misfit Mulan and her mischievous sidekick Mushu to save the Emperor! Disney’s Mulan, Jr. is a heartwarming celebration of culture, honor, and the fighting spirit.

Past Performance
Broadway Actors production of Shrek, Junior
Performance: Thursday, July 2 at 5 pm
$8 Adult
$5 Children under 12

In a faraway kingdom, the green ogre Shrek finds his swamp invaded by banished fairy tale misfits, runaways who’ve been cast off by Lord Farquaad, a tiny terror with big ambitions. When Shrek sets off with a wise-cracking donkey to confront Farquaad, he’s handed a task – if he rescues feisty Princess Fiona from the Dragon-guarded tower, his swamp will be returned to him. But, a fairy tale wouldn’t be complete without unexpected twists and turns along the way.

Performing Arts

Dog Loves Books presented by ArtsPower

Sat. May 2, 2015, 2 pm

Louise Yates’ New York Times Best Seller comes to life in a cheerful musical about the irresistible Dog who loves everything about books. In fact, he loves books SO much that he decides to open up his own bookstore. ArtsPower’s delightful new musical celebrates the power of the imagination and the satisfaction that comes when you share books and friendship with others.

Performing Arts

The Magic Toy Shop presented by Momentum Dance Company

Sat. March 21, 2015, 2 pm

Come see this magical performance where a kind old toymaker creates toys that come to life at night. Exciting mischief unfolds when a curious young girl sneaks into the toy shop after the toymaker has closed his shop for the evening. This delightful tale is a perfect afternoon treat for families and young audiences and will awaken the imagination of children of all ages!

Performing Arts

Ballad of America presented by Matthew Sabatella and the Rambling String Band

Sat. January 24, 2015, 2 pm

The whole family can stomp their feet, and clap along to classic American folk songs, and hear stories about the people from the past who brought them to life! With vocals, guitar, banjo, fiddle, and a wealth of traditional American folk songs, Matthew Sabatella and the Rambling String Band are sure to have you singin’ your favorite ballad of America!

Performing Arts

Moving Current Dance Collective: Dancing Your Direction

Sat., May 10, 2014, 2pm
FREE

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Dancing Your Direction is an interactive performance that makes contemporary dance understandable for audiences of all ages. After each dance and a quick chat, the audience becomes the choreographer, giving direction to the dancers.

Performing Arts

West Broward High School: HANDS

Sat., April 26, 2014, 2 pm
FREE

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West Broward High School’s performance of Helping America Notice Deaf Society (HANDS) will enthrall people of all ages. HANDS is an inspiring infusion of sign language, exciting choreography, and music, including classic favorites to current hits.

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