The Aventura Arts & Cultural Center Coupons and Deals
The best children's shows place a high premium on audience interaction, unlike the opera or traffic court. Rustle up some kid-friendly fun with this GrouponLive deal to see Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! Get the Sillies Out! at Broward Center. Doors open one hour before showtime. Choose from the following seating options: For $20, you get one ticket for upper-balcony seating (up to a $29.90 value, including all fees). For $28, you get one ticket for upper-orchestra seating (up to a $41.40 value, including all fees). For each option, choose from the following shows: Saturday, March 23, at 2 p.m. Saturday, ...
Television, film and Broadway star Valerie Harper ("The Mary Tyler Moore Show") recreates her Tony Award-nominated performance as Tallulah Bankhead in Matthew Lombardo's "Looped". Based on a true story, the play is set in a 1965 sound studio where Tallulah Bankhead, the original celebrity bad girl, has been summoned to re-record (or "loop") one line of dialogue for the film that would be her last, "Die, Die My Darling". What ensues is an epic showdown between an uptight sound editor and the outrageous legend. In the midst of the face-off, recollections spill out as Bankhead's talk turns to scandals and rumors that have followed her for years, from her infamous affairs to her disastrous performance in "A Streetcar Named Desire". "The New York Times" said Harper gives a "big, blustery performance, nailing every last laugh with a professionalism that the real Bankhead would surely admire."
The weekends can start to get tu-tu predictable. Change your tune and choreograph a new routine for yourself courtesy of today's deal from Ars Flores Symphony Orchestra. Pointe $10 toward one regular admission ticket to the "Stories in Music and Dance" performance, or take a twirl through preferred seating for the show for $15 (a $20 and $30 value, respectively). You'll hear the Ballet Suite by Dmitri Shostakovich complete with dancers, and conducted by Ars Flores Assistant Conductor Chris Cicconi, at one of two prima venues -- Nova Southeastern University on March 24, and Colony Theater Miami Beach on March 25. The performance, enlivened by the Jubilee Dance Theater and featuring guest conductor Gary Green, includes classics like "Appalachian Spring" by Aaron Copland that will make your heart leap along with the dancers on stage. And at 50% off, this deal is sure to sweep you off your feet.