Miami City Ballet celebrates the Great White Way with "Broadway and Ballet," featuring pieces by famed "West Side Story" choreographer Jerome Robbins and the renowned George Balanchine. With this special promotion to end the company's season, Orchestra and Mezzanine seats at Broward Center for the Performing Arts are 50% off.
Orchestra and Mezzanine seats are $32.50-$47.50 (reg. $65-$95) for any performance during the show's run April 26-28:
For Friday night's performance, a very limited number of premium seats are available for $87.50, regularly $175.
About the show: "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" is considered a classic piece in Miami City Ballet's repertoire, but with gangsters, strippers, an attempted murder plot and even some tap dancing worked in, it's anything but traditional. Taken from the Balanchine-choreographed Broadway musical "On Your Toes" and made into a full, standalone ballet in the 1960s, it's more fabulous on every viewing, says The New York Times. Robbins' "Dances at a Gathering," another favorite for the company, is set to the music of Chopin.