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A new Broadway season will bring several local premieres to South Florida



Miami, Florida – Miami and Fort Lauderdale will host another thrilling Broadway season in 2024–2025. There will be twelve shows to choose from between the two centers, one of which is the South Florida debut of a musical about the King of Pop.

“I am thrilled to announce that MJ, the multi-Tony award-winning musical about the legendary Michael Jackson, will be coming to South Florida in 2025,” said Susie Krajsa, President of Broadway Across America.

The Broward Center will host the South Florida premieres of Shucked and The Neil Diamond Musical in addition to MJ.

To ensure there is something for the whole family, there will also be some crowd favorites including Peter Pan and The Lion King.

“There’s nothing like that experience kids have when they see a show for the first, especially a Broadway quality show,” said Ty Sutton, President and CEO at the Broward Center.

Broward Center shows:

• The Cher Show: Nov. 19-24, 2024
• How the Grinch Stole Christmas: Dec. 18-23, 2024
• A Beautiful Noise: The Neil Diamond Musical: Jan. 21-Feb. 2, 2025
• Lion King: March 6-30, 2025
• MJ the Musical: April 8-20, 2025
• Peter Pan: May 6-18, 2025
• Shucked: June 10-22, 2025

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Along with Michael Jackson, the Adrienne Arsht Center’s amazing roster include the premiere of Some Like it Hot in South Florida, the return of Chicago, and Mama Mia!

“We have a program called Broadway on Biscayne for every opening night of the season, we put together different activations and experiences,” said Dale Edward, VP of Marketing at the Arsht Center.

Adrienne Arsht Center shows:

• Some Like it Hot: Dec. 3-8, 2024
• Tina- The Tina Turner Musical: Jan. 14-19, 2025
• Mamma Mia!: Feb. 18-23, 2025
• MJ the Musical: March 18-23, 2025
• Beetlejuice: April 29-May 4, 2025
• Chicago: June 17-22, 2025

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Selecting which events to bring to a community is a difficult task, but ultimately, it all boils down to what the crowd wants to see.

“It’s really about what the subscribers want to see. We play a lot of attention to that. And it works. We’re able to find a great mix of shows between the Arsht Center and the Broward Center,” added Krajsa.


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