Broadway shows will be coming back to the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts Center this fall.
All the shows that were set to take the stage in 2020 that were postponed because of the pandemic will be back. To kick off the season in September is the Tony Award winning show “Hadestown.”
(It's) a nice lineup of shows that are iconic productions, but also shows that we have heard that our subscribers are really excited to see,” said Susie Krajsa, president of Broadway Across America, the producing company that brings the shows to the Arsht.
In the line up, too, is “Dear Evan Hansen” with the season ending with “Jesus Christ Superstar.”
Other shows in the season will be “Hairspray” and “Anastasia.”
For the Arsht Center, it’s not just about welcoming back theatergoers but getting people back in the doors.
“We just can’t wait for our audience to come back,” Johanna Zietsman, president and CEO of the Arsht Center. “They have no idea how we miss them because that gives us and our building and this community and a sense of humanity that we miss right now.”
Everything will be contact-less including ticketing, extra cleaning protocols, and keeping their distance of course.
Everyone will be required to wear a mask at all times.
The Arsht Center is working with medical professionals to make sure everything is up to CDC guidelines. Producers said when the Broadway season opens at the Arsht, they do plan to have the theater at full capacity with everyone required to always wear a mask.
All updates will also be shared at arshtcenter.org/covid-19.
- "Hadestown" – September 28 - October 3, 2021
- "Hairspray" – December 28, 2021 - January 2, 2022
- "Dear Evan Hansen" – February 15-20, 2022
- "Anastasia" – March 22 -27, 2022
- "Jesus Christ Superstar" – May 31 – June 5, 2022
Current season ticket holders will automatically be moved into the new show dates.
Ticket holders can access their new performance dates and times by going online www.arshtcenter.org/account/login or by calling the box office at (305) 949-6722.
As previously announced, “Wicked” is currently postponed.