FOR ALL PATRONS ENJOYMENT AND
ENTERTAINMENT AT HOME
RESCHEDULED PERFORMANCES AT BROWARD CENTER ANNOUNCED PRIOR TO MAY 1, 2020
If you have tickets to a performance that has been rescheduled, please keep your original tickets. All tickets will be honored on the new performance date listed below on the new date. If you are unable to attend any of the performances listed below on the new date, you have options. For request for refunds contact Ticket- master Customer Service at 800-653-8000, or use email or live chat online.
Music of Cream------November 5, 2020
at the Amaturo Theater
Manhattan Transfer---March 14, 2021
Bruce Hornsby-------November 11, 2020
at the Au-Rene Theater
Paula Poundstone-----March 19, 2021
Santino Fontana-- --- February 2, 2021 Steve Hackett---------April 20, 2021
Mary Chapin Carpenter-February 27, 2021
& Shawn Colvin
Jackie Evancho-------- May 1, 2021
If you have tickets to a performance that has been postponed, please hold your tickets and wait for the new performance date to be announced. We understand you may not be able to attend, and we will contact ticket holders with information about receiving a refund or credit to attend another event.
GIPSY NATION A LA GIPSY KINGS WITH GYORGY LAKATOS:
THE MUSIC OF SANTANA
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2020 | 8:00 PM
Lakatos Guitar King – Gipsy Nation a la Gipsy Kings, and The Music of Santana. Gyorgy Lakatos: European Gipsy Nation Band – Smooth, the Music of Santana 2018 Golden Hand Award – Best Guitarist of Europe 2019 Receiver of US Flag from the capital in Washington DC. Lakatos Guitar King is a composer, a guitar genius that writes unique pieces filled with passion and life.
Gyorgy performs, records and travels with Jose Feliciano, Gloria Estefan, Gipsy Kings and so on. The band continues to travel the world entertaining diverse audiences and is currently performing in the U.S.
Santana | Livestream @ The Box 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm $20.00 per ticket
Jeff Allen combines clean, hilarious humor like no other comedian working today. He regularly appears on television, radio, and venues across the country. With over 100 million video views, Jeff Allen is the world’s funniest, most inspiring comedian!
In his new tour, The America I Grew Up In, Jeff’s sidesplitting comedy drives home the humor in everyday family life, the ups and downs of marriage, the challenge of raising children, the bliss of the empty nest (followed by the unexpected returns to said nest) and the joys of being a grandparent. Audiences will immensely enjoy taking this journey with Jeff as he nostalgically weaves in how our country has changed since his formative years in the sixties.
Contact the Boca Black Box, 8221 Glades Road #10 Boca Raton,FL 33434
Phone Number - 561-483-9036
Boca Black Box
ADMISSION- $ 46.35 General Admission
PALM BEACH DRAMAWORKS ANNOUNCES
CARLA S. BRYANT - DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT
Palm Beach Dramaworks is pleased to announce that Carla S. Bryant, whose distinguished career spans business, government, education, and the arts, is the company’s new Director of Development. She joined PBD in early May.
“Carla is an immense talent, who will be a huge asset to PBD,” said Managing Director Sue Ellen Beryl. “Bill [Producing Artistic Director William Hayes] and I have known her for years, and have welcomed her volunteer assistance several times on high level projects. She is a consummate professional with expertise in many areas. We were delighted that we had the opportunity to offer her a permanent role at Dramaworks and are excited to be working with her.
Bryant, who grew up in South Florida, has diverse work experience in human capital strategy, marketing, and education. As a federal government contractor in Washington DC, she obtained several multi-million dollar contracts by utilizing strategic business development practices to support federal agencies. She also supported the development office of the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts during its inaugural year.
Bryant has served on several arts and national boards including the Burt Reynolds Institute for Theatre Training, Florida Stage, Caldwell Theatre Company, and the Girl Scouts of the USA, engaging in a variety of fundraising initiatives.
“I am so happy to be returning to my first love, the arts, and to be part of PBD,” said Bryant. “I know it sounds like a cliché, but I had reached a point in my career where it was important to me to give back to the community. I grew up in this area, and I actually go way back with this theatre.
Long before it was Dramaworks’ home, it was a movie house, and I saw one of my first films here. So, there’s a real personal connection. I believe that the arts are invaluable to our society, as they touch us in meaningful and profound ways and are a reflection of our humanity. Theatre makes a difference in people’s lives, and I think that’s something we’re even more acutely aware of right now, when we have to do without live theatre. But we’ll be back, and I’m thrilled to be able to contribute to this wonderful organization.”
Palm Beach Dramaworks is a non-profit, professional theatre and is a member of the Theatre Communications Group, the South Florida Theatre League, Florida Professional Theatres Association, and the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County.
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