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Celebrating 30 Years of LIVE! Kravis Center Announces
2022-2023 Anniversary Season of Broadway, Classical Concerts, Music, Dance and more!

Enjoy Blockbuster Broadway Hits:
WICKED, DISNEY’S ALADDIN and LEGALLY BLONDE
 

The World’s Most Sought-After Orchestras and Soloists:
ISRAEL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, THE CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA, GEORGE LI and STEVEN BANKS

Critically-Acclaimed Theater:
BLUE MAN GROUP, AQUILA THEATRE COMPANY, and MIGGUEL ANGGELO’S LATINXOXO

Top Hits, Tributes and Chart-Topping Music Makers:
FLOYD NATION: EXPERIENCE PINK FLOYD, ONE NIGHT OF QUEEN PERFORMED BY GARY MULLEN & THE WORKS, GRUPO NICHE, BLACK VIOLIN, SCOTT BRADLEE’S POSTMODERN JUKEBOX, BOYZ II MEN, MICHAEL FEINSTEIN, CHRIS BOTTI, MARILYN MCCOO & BILLY DAVIS JR., JESSICA VOSK, and DAVID FOSTER & KATHARINE MCPHEE 

Crowd-Pleasing Comedy:
JERRY SEINFELD, DAVID FEHERTY, LEWIS BLACK, NIKKI GLASER and DIXIE’S TUPPERWARE PARTY 

International Sensations:
SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR, THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL: A TRIBUTE TO WHITNEY HOUSTON STARRING BELINDA DAVIDS, MONTY ALEXANDER, MAGOS HERRERA & BROOKLYN RIDER, SAN SALVADOR, MAMES BABEGENUSH, and CAMERON CARPENTER

Dance from Around the World:
ALONZO KING LINES BALLET, TAJ EXPRESS and NATIONAL DANCE DAY

Exciting Education and Family Fare:
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE and MADAGASCAR THE MUSICAL

Returning Events, Programs and Series:
Adults at Leisure at 11 & 2, African American Film Festival, Family Fare, Gospel Gala, Lunch & Learn, PEAK, Regional Arts Classical Concert Series, Young Artists Classical Series and the Annual Kravis Gala 

(West Palm Beach, FL) The Raymond F. Kravis Center is celebrating 30 years of LIVE with the announcement of its 2022-2023 season. Palm Beach County’s largest and most popular entertainment venue, The Kravis Center, offers an ovation-worthy line-up of award-winning shows, world-class artists and powerful performances to appeal to audiences of all ages. In addition to performances in the 2,195-seat Alexander W. Dreyfoos Concert Hall, the Kravis Center will present a diverse array of drama, music and dance in the intimate 285-seat Marshall E. Rinker, Sr. Playhouse, and the flexible 300-seat Helen K. Persson Hall.

Kravis Center Series
Among the popular Kravis Center series returning for the 2022 – 2023 season are:
+ Kravis On Broadway
Hosting hit shows since 2008, Kravis On Broadway celebrates its 15th season with a spectacular line-up. Subscriptions to the seven show series start at $299.
+ ON YOUR FEET!                                                           
November 15 – 20
+ Disney’s ALADDIN                                                        December 14 – 23
+ HADESTOWN                                                                January 3 – 8
+ TOOTSIE                                                                        February 7 – 12
+ PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL                              March 7 – 12
+ WICKED                                                                         March 29 – April 9
+ AIN’T TOO PROUD                                                      April 26 – 30
The Kravis Center is pleased to provide Live Performance Captioning (or Open Captioning) that allows deaf or hard of hearing audience members to more fully enjoy Kravis On Broadway performances at our venue. Open Captioning occurs for all of the first Saturday matinee performances. Sign language interpreters are provided for the first Sunday matinee performances.

Note: Certain Broadway productions contain themes and/or language that may be unsuitable to some audience members. Viewer discretion is advised.

PEAK Series
For those seeking an elevated entertainment experience, the PEAK series delivers in a big way. This contemporary series features ground-breaking performances that focus on ethnic diversity and impactful themes:
+ BélO                                                                            October 8
+ National Geographic LIVE:                                      October 21
Terry Virts – View from Above

+ Black Violin: Give Thanks Tour                                 December 12
+ Soweto Gospel Choir:                                                December 19 – 20
HOPE – It’s Been a Long Time Coming
+ Fela! The Concert                                                       January 14
+ Martha Redbone: “Bone Hill – The Concert”          February 25 – 26
+ Alonzo King LINES Ballet                                         March 3
+ DREAMERS:                                                              March 9 – 10
Magos Herrera & Brooklyn Rider
+ National Geographic LIVE: Dr. Kara Cooney –       March 11
When Women Ruled the World
+ Mark de Clive-Lowe: MOTHERLAND                    March 23 – 24
+ Migguel Anggelo’s LatinXoxo                                     April 6 – 7
+ San Salvador                                                                 April 11
+ Mames Babegenush                                                     April 23

Guests attending PEAK performances in the Marshall E. Rinker, Sr. Playhouse and Helen K. Persson Hall will receive a complimentary beverage with every purchased ticket. (Underage guests will be offered a non-alcoholic selection.)

PEAK is made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis

Regional Arts Classical Concert Series
MUSIC “At Eight” & MUSIC “At Two”

Celebrating 48 years of remarkable music, our 2022-2023 Regional Arts Classical Concert Series features an array of the world’s most sought-after orchestras and soloists. Subscriptions start at $80 for Music At Two, and $200 for Music At Eight.
+  Israel Philharmonic Orchestra                               November 9 at 8pm
Lahav Shani, Music Director
+  George Li, piano                                                       December 11 at 2pm

+  Concerto Budapest Symphony Orchestra             January 10 at 8pm
András Keller, Chief Conductor
Zoltán Fejérvári, piano
+  Atlanta Symphony Orchestra                                 January 13 at 8pm
Kazeem Abdullah, conductor
Tom Borrow, piano
+  The Cleveland Orchestra                                         January 23 at 8pm
Franz Weiser-Möst, Music Director

+  The Mutter Virtuosi                                                 January 31 at 8pm
Anne-Sophie Mutter, leader

+  Munich Symphony Orchestra                                 February 5 at 2pm
Robert McDuffie, violin
+  Philadelphia Orchestra                                            February 13 at 8pm
Nathalie Stutzman, Principal Guest Conductor        February 14 at 2pm
Gil Shaham, violin (only on February 13)
+  Academy of St Martin in the Fields                        February 27 at 8pm
    Johannes Moser, cello
+  New World Symphony                                              March 13 at 8pm
David Robertson, conductor
Michelle Cann, piano                                                 

+  Zurich Chamber Orchestra                                       March 19 at 2pm
    Daniel Hope, Music Director
Regional Arts Concert Series is sponsored by Leonard and Sophie Davis
Media support is provided from WLRN

Young Artists Classical Series
Share the passion, dedication and excitement of some of the world’s newest classical talent during our Young Artists Classical Series.
Tickets: The Young Artists Classical Series is offered at $80 for all four performances for a savings of $60 off the individual ticket price. Individual tickets are available at $35 each.
+ Stephen Banks, saxophone                                        December 14
+ Vision Duo                                                                   January 16
    Arielle Horowitz, violin
Britton-René Collins, percussion
+ Oliver Herbert, cello                                                   February 16
Xiaohui Yang, piano
+ Janice Carissa, piano                                                   March 2
South Florida Recital Debut performances are made possible with support from
The Raymond and Bessie Kravis Foundation. Series supported by Hermine J. Drezner & Harriett M. Eckstein

Family Fare
Perfect for the entire family, the Kravis Center’s Family Fare presentations provide wholesome and culturally relevant presentations to engage and entertain audiences of all ages:
+ Click, Clack, Moo (sensory-friendly)                    October 22
+ The Adventures of Tortoise and Hare:                   February 18
The Next Gen (sensory-friendly)
+ Hiccup! (sensory-friendly)                                      May 13
+ Madagascar the Musical                                          June 28-29
Family Fare sponsored by The Stiller Family Foundation

Adults at Leisure
The popular series is back with musical experiences to enchant—from jazz to pop, rock, Broadway hits and more. All performances in Dreyfoos Hall at 11 am and 2 pm. The Adults At Leisure series is offered at $144 for all six performances for a savings of $90.
+ Neil Berg’s 112 Years of Broadway                          November 14
+ One Night in Memphis:                                          December 7
Presley, Perkins, Lewis & Cash
+ The World of Musical                                               January 24
+ The Hit Men: Classic Rock Supergroup                 February 28
+ Jazz at Lincoln Center Presents:                             March 16
Songs We Love
+ Live in Central Park [Revisited]                               April 17
Simon & Garfunkel                               

ArtSmart
Continuing Arts Education at the Kravis Center

The Kravis Center’s Continuing Arts Education offerings include Lunch & Learn Events, the African American Film Festival, the Kravis Film & Literary Club, The Writers’ Academy, and Lectures.


**
Lunch & Learn
ArtSmart Continuing Arts Education series, the $100 ticket includes catered lunch, and is presented as a Cultural Society Event.

+ Cinderellas in Reverse:                                              January 23
Princess Alice & Princess Margaret
with Richard René Silvin
+ James Dean: Shooting Star                                      February 20
with Julie Gilbert
+ Leading Ladies: Famous and Infamous                   March 20
Women of Palm Beach with Bill Bone


** African American Film Festival

This is the 17th season of the Kravis Center’s African-American Film Festival, founded by James Drayton. Each ground-breaking film will be followed by an engaging panel discussion led by a guest host. Tickets are $12 for each film, with the exception of 13th, which is a FREE screening.
+ A Raisin in the Sun (1961)                                            January 12
Moderated by TreaAndrea Russworm, PhD
+ Poetic Justice (1993)                                                    February 9
Moderated by Terri Francis, PhD
+ 13th (2016)                                                                   March 16
Moderated by Nadine White-Boyd, Esq.

** Kravis Film & Literary Club
The Kravis Film & Literary Club features discussions about movies and literary works. Julie Gilbert, Pulitzer Prize-nominated biographer, novelist, playwright and teacher for The Writers’ Academy at the Kravis Center leads the discussions. Films will be shown in their entirety, and a boxed lunch (included in the $52 ticket price) will be served.
+ Remains of the Day                                                      February 2
+ The Age of Innocence                                                   March 2

** Lectures
Meant to inspire and to enlighten, the Kravis Center Lecture Series features guest speakers who share their experience and passion on a variety of intriguing topics. Tickets are $25 general admission for each lecture.

+ Washington’s Washington                                          January 12
with Robert Watson, PhD

+ A Writer Talks About Everything                              January 19
You Wanted to Know About Writing and Publishing a Book
Lecturer: Robert Watson, PhD
+ The Architecture of Palm Beach:                              January 26
From Alligator Joe to Marjorie Merriweather Post
Lecturer: Jane Day, PhD

+ Shop Your Closet to Find Your Signature Style       February 9
    Lecturer: Susana Fernández, PhD
+ Passageways to Liberation:                                        February 16
The Black Experience Through Music, Dance and the Visual Arts
Lecturers: Brian Knowles and Bianca Nightengale-Lee, PhD
+  Florida Stories into Film                                           February 23
Lecturer: Frank Eberling

+ The Writers’ Academy at the Kravis Center
Conducted by novelist, biographer, playwright and teacher Julie Gilbert, The Writers’ Academy encourages, nurtures and develops creative writing skills in most genres of expression.
+ Advanced Technique                                                    January 3,17 & 31, February 14 & 28, March 14
Registration $525 for all six sessions.
+ Kickstart Your Writing Ability                                    January 18 or
March 15
Tickets $30 for either day.
+ Two Biographers Tell Almost All                                 February 1 & 8
   with Julie Gilbert and Scott Eyman
Tickets $200 for both sessions.
+ Bloomsy – A Literary Café at the Kravis                    January 9, February 6, March 6 & April 3
Tickets $10 each session.
+ Showcase the Writing                                                   March 31
Tickets $10

How to Purchase Tickets:
The Kravis Center will hold its Public Ticket Sale Day for newly announced 2022-2023 season presentations (excluding individual tickets for certain Kravis On Broadway shows) beginning 10am on October 1. Guests may order their tickets at the Kravis Center’s official website, kravis.org, call the Kravis Center box office at 561.832.7469, or order in person.

For information on our health and safety protocols, please visit kravis.org/healthsafety.

Stay Connected for Promotions and Updates:
Visitors to the Kravis Center’s official website at www.kravis.org can view our entire season, as well as join our e-list to receive our e-newsletter. Become a fan at www.facebook.com/kraviscenter or follow us on www.twitter.com/kraviscenter and on Instagram @kraviscenter.

Ways To Save:
Visit the Kravis Center’s official website when purchasing online by visiting kravis.org to be sure you pay face value for your ticket, not expensive brokers’ prices.

Group Tickets:
Group discounts are available for many Kravis Center presentations. For more information, call Group Sales at 561.651.4304 or 561.651.4438.

Student & Educator Rush Ticket Program:
By presenting a student or educator ID at the Kravis Center Box Office one hour prior to select Kravis Center presentations, students/educators will receive up to 50% off any section ticket (excluding Premium Seating and Kravis On Broadway presentations) from orchestra to rear balcony, based on availability. Rush Ticket Program sponsored by Suzanne G. Reis Arts Education Fund

Kravis Center
2022-2023 Performance Schedule

 

SEPTEMBER

Daughtry: The Dearly Beloved Tour with special guest Pop Evil
September 16 at 7:30pm (Friday)
DAUGHTRY has sold over 9 million albums and 16 million singles worldwide as well as selling out concerts across the globe. Their debut album, the self-titled Daughtry, was the top-selling album of 2007, producing 4 Top 20 Platinum-selling singles on the Billboard Hot 100 and became the fastest-selling rock debut album in Soundscan history. It was also nominated for 4 Grammy Awards and won 4 American Music Awards and 7 Billboard Music Awards including Album of the Year. The band is known for Billboard hits like “It’s Not Over”, “Home”, “No Surprise”, and more. DAUGHTRY is currently touring in support of its sixth album, Dearly Beloved, which was released last fall and features the hit “Lioness”.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35
Daughtry Pre-Show Experience $349.00 per seat
Daughtry Tour Package $179.00 per seat

On sale since May 20

National Dance Day Festival: A Kravis Center Community Outreach Event
September 17 (Saturday)
Join us for NATIONAL DANCE DAY! As the official South Florida Host of this nationwide event, we invite you to put on your dancing shoes and kick up your heels as we come together for a fun-filled celebration as part of our 30th anniversary season. Learn new steps, enjoy mini performances by local dance groups and experience an array of dance workshops and demonstrations in everything from Hip Hop, Salsa, African and Calypso Indian-Fusion, to Ballet, Broadway Tap and more. Our entire campus will be hopping!
KRAVIS CENTER
This is a FREE event! All ages, abilities and levels are invited to join. Registration required.

SalsaPalooza: Andy Montañez, Charlie Cruz, and Norberto Vélez
September 17 at 7pm (Saturday)
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and National Dance Day with an evening of salsa hits! Salsapalooza presents salsa musicians: CHARLIE CRUZ, NORBERTO VÉLEZ of NG2 and headliner ANDY MONTAÑEZ, “El Godfather de la Salsa” and veteran member of legendary El Gran Combo! With Special Guest Robert Vilera!
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $30
On sale since July 22

OCTOBER

Floyd Nation: Experience Pink Floyd
October 7 at 8pm (Friday)
Pink Floyd fans—get ready to rock out to your favorite Floyd hits in this incredible tribute show. You’ll be immersed in sound, lights, and lasers as they transport you on an epic journey, bringing back your best memories of some of the most iconic music ever produced. Revel in tunes from The WallDark Side of the MoonWish You Were Here and more.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35
On sale since July 22

BélO
(PEAK)
October 8 at 6pm & 8:30pm (Saturday)
Hailed as Haiti’s musical ambassador to the world, BélO is a socially conscious singer-songwriter with a sophisticated sound. He has won numerous awards, including the prestigious “Prix Radio France International Discoveries of 2006.” Experience his sublime mixture of jazz, worldbeat, rock, reggae and Afro-Haitian traditional rhythms known as “ragganga.”
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $30
This PEAK performance is made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis
On sale since July 22

National Geographic LIVE: Terry Virts – View From Above
(PEAK)
October 21 at 7:30pm (Friday)
Step back, about 220 miles from earth, and experience our planet from a new perspective. Former International Space Station Commander TERRY VIRTS helped to install the outpost’s 360-degree observation module, which not only helped him to take more photos than any astronaut before him, but also gives those who see the images a deeper understanding of our planet’s climate, economics, and place in the universe.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $35
This PEAK performance is made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis
On sale since July 22

Click, Clack, Moo
(Family Fare)
October 22 at 10am (Saturday)
“Cows that type? Hens on strike! Whoever heard of such a thing!” Farmer Brown cries. When his granddaughter Jenny comes for a visit, Farmer Brown declares the farm a tech-free zone. He takes her laptop in the cold barn with the shivering cows who use her computer to type messages requesting blankets. Will Farmer Brown give in to the animals’ demands? Will Jenny get her computer back? Find out in a hilariously moving musical about negotiation and compromise, based on the Caldecott Honor Book by Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin. Ages 4+
Sensory Friendly
PERSSON HALL
Tickets $12
Sponsored by The Stiller Family Foundation
On sale since July 22

Classic Horror Silent Film – The Phantom of the Opera With International Sensation Organist Cameron Carpenter
October 29 at 8pm (Saturday)
The perfect Halloween weekend experience! Kick off the spookiest day of the year with this one-of-a-kind concert event. International Sensation Organist CAMERON CARPENTER improvises to a live screening of Rupert Julian’s 1925 silent horror classic THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $15
Sponsored by Alex and Renate Dreyfoos
On sale since July 22

NOVEMBER

DC’s Reflecting Fools
November 1-6 (Tuesday-Sunday)
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday at 7:30pm
Wednesday, Saturday at 1:30pm & 7:30pm
Sunday at 1:30pm
The stairway to heavenly political satire originally laid by the CAPITOL STEPS continues upward with DC’S REFLECTING FOOLS—the new musical parody group created by the performers and co-writer from the CAPITOL STEPS. DC’S REFLECTING FOOLS hold up a mirror to our crazy political culture, providing hilarious song parodies and foolish reflections that inspire belly-laughter.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets $45
Sponsored by Donald and Linda Silpe
On sale since July 22

Grupo Niche
November 5 at 8pm (Saturday)
Known throughout the world for their invigorating range of up-tempo dance music to romantic hits, Latin Grammy Award-winner GRUPO NICHE is considered one of the top salsa orchestras from Colombia. Experience their signature salsa sound during this special performance.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $29
On sale since July 22

Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
Lahav Shani, Music Director
(Regional Arts Classical Concert Series)
November 9 at 8pm (Wednesday)
The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra is the leading orchestra in Israel and globally recognized as a world class symphonic ensemble. They return to the US on the first North American tour led by their new Music Director, the brilliant Lahav Shani. Shani has established himself as one of the most talked about young conducting talents and is considered an inspiring successor to the legendary Zubin Mehta.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $39
Regional Arts Classical Concert Series sponsored by Leonard and Sophie Davis

Neil Berg’s 112 Years of Broadway
(Adults at Leisure Series)
November 14 at 11am & 2pm
NEIL BERG’s crowd-thrilling 112 Years of Broadway is returning with an all-star cast of the finest Broadway artists singing the biggest hit songs from the hottest Broadway musicals.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $39

On Your Feet! The Story of Emilio & Gloria Estefan
(Kravis On Broadway)
November 15-20
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday at 8pm
Wednesday, Saturday at 2pm & 8pm
Sunday at 2pm
HER VOICE. HIS VISION. THEIR STORY. ON YOUR FEET! is the inspiring true story about heart, heritage and two people who believed in their talent—and each other—to become an international sensation: Gloria and Emilio Estefan. Now their story is an all-new exhilarating original musical winning the hearts of critics and audiences alike, with the Chicago Tribune declaring “IT’S A HIT!” and The New York Times cheering, “The very air in the room seems to vibrate in this undeniably crowd-pleasing musical!” ON YOUR FEET! features some of the most iconic songs of the past quarter-century, including “Rhythm is Gonna Get You,” “Conga,” “Get On Your Feet,” “Don’t Want To Lose You Now,” “1-2-3” and “Coming Out of the Dark.” Prepare to be on your feet from start to finish!
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $31
Kravis On Broadway sponsored by JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Germán López presents: ALMA
November 19 at 6pm & 8:30pm (Saturday)
GERMÁN LÓPEZ is one of the most internationally distinguished “timple” virtuosos from the Canary Islands. His latest release ALMA is a monumental album featuring guests such as Richard Bona, Seckou Keita, Lila Downs, Antonio Toledo, Cheche Alara, Alain Pérez, and produced by two-time Latin Grammy “Producer of the Year” Gregg Field. Experience this special concert featuring original music, flavorful melodies, rhythms, and Canary Island “soul.”
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $39
On sale since July 22

Dirty Dancing in Concert
November 23 at 7:30pm (Wednesday)
Join us for DIRTY DANCING IN CONCERT, the classic film’s first live film-to-concert experience. Enjoy the digitally remastered hit film like never before on a full-size cinema screen, with a live band and singers performing the film’s iconic songs. With a soundtrack that marked a generation, DIRTY DANCING IN CONCERT promises to bring a thrilling new and unique experience to the 80s classic. Directly following the film, the band and singers will throw an encore party that will surely take you back to the time of your life as you sing and dance along to your favorite Dirty Dancing songs. Immerse yourself in the timeless romance and experience one of the most memorable movies of the past 35 years – now live!
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35
DIRTY DANCING IN CONCERT is presented in partnership with Innovation Arts & Entertainment
On sale since July 22

One Night of Queen Performed by Gary Mullen & The Works
November 26 at 8pm (Saturday)
“We Will Rock You” with this incredible night of Queen hits! GARY MULLEN & THE WORKS, who have been performing Queen hits around the world since 2002, recreate the look and sound of the legendary rock band in this one-of-a-kind experience.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $25
On sale since July 22

DECEMBER

One Night in Memphis: Presley, Perkins, Lewis & Cash
(Adults at Leisure Series)
December 7 at 11am & 2pm (Wednesday)
A high-energy tribute concert of the most memorable jam session in music history between Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash. Be here for the songs that defined generations including “Blue Suede Shoes”, “Don’t Be Cruel”, “Great Balls of Fire”, “Folsom Prison Blues” and many more.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets $39
With support from South Florida PBS

Lewis Black: Off The Rails
December 9 at 8pm (Friday)
Known as the King of Rant, LEWIS BLACK uses his trademark style of comedic yelling and finger pointing to expose the absurdities of life. His comedic brilliance makes people laugh at life’s hypocrisies and the insanity he sees in the world. Now, the famous voice of “Anger” himself is bringing that brilliance to West Palm Beach for one night of high-energy hilarity.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35
On sale since March 25

Néstor Torres
December 10 at 6pm & 8:30pm (Saturday)
Latin Grammy Award-Winner, Puerto Rican flutist NÉSTOR TORRES has collaborated with musicians such as Herbie Hancock, Gloria Estefan, Kenny Loggins, and more. Well known for his blend of Latin jazz, pop and classical styles, he performs an exotic mix of styles that will transport you through American, Brazilian, and Afro-Cuban jazz.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $39

George Li, piano
(Regional Arts Classical Concert Series)
December 11 at 2pm (Sunday)
After his show-stopping performance with the Russian National Orchestra in 2019, International Tchaikovsky Competition Silver Medalist George Li returns to the Kravis Center in his South Florida recital debut! George Li has been praised for possessing an effortless grace, brilliant technique, and poised authority far beyond his years, and has established a major international reputation with performances on the world’s finest stages.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35
Regional Arts Classical Concert Series sponsored by Leonard and Sophie Davis

Black Violin: Give Thanks Tour
(PEAK)
December 12 at 7:30pm (Monday)
BLACK VIOLIN returns to the Kravis stage with their GIVE THANKS TOUR. This special concert employs playful storytelling, whimsical string melodies, and hard-hitting beats to highlight the unifying pillars of the holyday season: giving back to others and being wholeheartedly thankful.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $20
This PEAK performance is made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis

Disney’s Aladdin
(Kravis On Broadway)
December 14-23
Wednesdays, Thursday (15), Friday (16), Monday, Tuesday at 8pm
Thursday (22), Friday (23), Saturday at 2pm & 8pm
Sundays at 1pm & 6:30pm
Discover a whole new world at Disney’s ALADDIN, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of THE LION KING comes the timeless story of ALADDIN, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite. See why audiences and critics agree, ALADDIN is “Exactly What you Wish For!”
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $39
Kravis On Broadway sponsored by Lisa and Rick Frisbie and Roberta and Paul Kozloff

Steven Banks, saxophone
(Young Artists Classical Series)
December 14 at 7:30pm (Wednesday)
Winner of the prestigious 2022 Avery Fisher Career Grants, STEVEN BANKS is a compelling and charismatic classical saxophonist. An emerging composer, he showcases “a unique and ambitious blend of feelings and sounds,” according to Cleveland Classical.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $35
Series with support from Hermine J. Drezner and Harriett M. Eckstein
South Florida Recital Debut performances are made possible with support from The Raymond and Bessie Kravis Foundation.

Soweto Gospel Choir: HOPE – It’s Been A Long Time Coming
(PEAK)
December 19-20 at 7:30pm (Monday, Tuesday)
Winner of the 2019 Grammy Award for Best World Music Album, the world’s most critically acclaimed choir brings their HOPE concert to the stage for the first time. Hailing from the town of Soweto, the birthplace of South Africa’s democratic movement’s struggle for freedom, SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR inspires audiences around the world with their powerful blend of African gospel, freedom songs, US Civil Rights songs, and international classics.
PERSSON HALL
Tickets start at $35
This PEAK performance is made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis

Here You Come Again: How Dolly Parton Saved My Life in 12 Easy Songs
December 28-31
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 2:30pm & 7:30pm
A rollicking and touching new musical about a has-been-who-never-was comedian and his unusual relationship with his longtime idol, Dolly Parton. The show is a celebration of Dolly’s music and of the profound and funny things she has to say to us all about life, love and how to pull yourself up by your bootstraps during the toughest of times—even if your bootstraps don’t have rhinestones!
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $45

JANUARY

Salute to Vienna New Year’s Concert
January 1 at 8pm (Sunday)
This holiday season, the spirited romance of operetta, the glamour of ballroom dance, and the delicate beauty of ballet will waltz you into a triumphant New Year. Inspired by Vienna’s beloved Neujahrskonzert, this charming celebration showcases acclaimed European singers and dancers, as well as a full symphony orchestra, for a rich cultural experience that will start your year on a joyous note.
DREYFOOS HALL
Presented by Kravis Center & Atilla Glatz Concert Productions
Tickets start at $35
Sponsored by Margaretta Taylor

 The Writers’ Academy Instructor: Julie Gilbert Advanced Technique
(Artsmart)
January 3-March 14 at 1:30pm (Tuesdays)
Six sessions: Jan. 3, 17, 31, Feb. 14, 28 & March 14, 2023
This course of 6 sessions is for dedicated writers who have worked with JULIE GILBERT in establishing voice, technique, style, work habits, projects, and durability. This is for the writer who has decided upon the ‘writing life’, working on one prompt and one project per writer.
COHEN PAVILION
Registration $525

Hadestown
(Kravis On Broadway)
January 3-8
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday at 8pm
Wednesday, Saturday at 2pm & 8pm
Sunday at 2pm
COME SEE HOW THE WORLD COULD BE.  Welcome to HADESTOWN, where a song can change your fate. Winner of eight 2019 Tony Awards® including Best Musical and the 2020 Grammy® Award for Best Musical Theater Album, HADESTOWN is a haunting and hopeful theatrical experience that grabs you and never lets go.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $42
Kravis On Broadway sponsored by Sherry and Ken Endelson and Elaine and Larry Rothenberg

The Writers’ Academy At The Kravis Center
Instructor: Julie Gilbert, Bloomsy – A Literary Café
(Artsmart)
January 9-April 3 at 2:30pm (Mondays)
Once a month from 2:30pm to 4pm Mondays, Jan. 9, Feb.. 6, March 6 & April 3
Anyone with a burning desire to discuss all aspects of literature is welcome each month for topical sessions with JULIE GILBERT. The sessions will be enhanced with tea, savory and sweet treats, and the occasional guest speaker.
KRAVIS CENTER
Tickets $125

Concerto Budapest Symphony Orchestra
András Keller, Chief Conductor
Zoltán Fejérvári, piano
(Regional Arts Classical Concert Series)
January 10 at 8pm (Tuesday)
Concerto Budapest is one of Hungary’s leading orchestras and oldest ensembles. In 2007, on its 100th anniversary, András Keller, world-renowned Hungarian violinist, pedagogue, and the founder of the Keller Quartet, was appointed as Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the orchestra. They will be joined by Zoltán Fejérvári who has emerged as one of the most intriguing pianists among the newest generation of Hungarian musicians.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35
Regional Arts Classical Concert Series sponsored by Leonard and Sophie Davis

Washington’s Washington
Lecturer: Robert Watson, PhD
(ArtSmart)
January 12 at 1:30pm (Thursday)
George Washington is the “Father of His Country” and among the foremost Americans in history. Yet, few people know the story of how the nation’s capital was built under his remarkable leadership. This lecture provides fun and fascinating insights on both the General’s character and the intriguing story of our capital city.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets $25

African American Film Festival
A Raisin in The Sun
Moderated by Dr. TreaAndrea Russworm
(ArtSmart)
January 12 at 6:30pm (Thursday)
This lauded drama follows the Youngers, an African American family living together in an apartment in Chicago. Following the death of their patriarch, they try to determine what to do with the substantial insurance payment. Starring Sidney Poitier and Claudia McNeil.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets $12

David Feherty: Live Off Tour!
January 12 at 7:30pm (Thursday)
With a sharp wit and irreverent style, the professional golfer turned golf analyst, talk show host and sports broadcaster has made a name for himself as one of the most hilarious and irrepressible personalities in golf. Join him for an evening of zaniness and madcap storytelling.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $49
VIP packages are $189.00
With support from WPEC CBS 12

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Kazem Abdullah, conductor
Tom Borrow, piano
(Regional Arts Classical Concert Series)
January 13 at 8pm (Friday)
Fifty years since its founding by the legendary Music Director, Robert Shaw, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra continues to affirm its position as one of America’s leading orchestras. American conductor Kazem Abdullah has developed relationships with national and international orchestras and has established his reputation as a passionate advocate of new music. Israeli pianist Tom Borrow is one of the fastest-rising young musicians of his generation, named ‘One to Watch’ by both Gramophone and International Piano.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35
Regional Arts Classical Concert Series sponsored by Leonard and Sophie Davis

Fela! The Concert
(PEAK)
January 14 at 8pm (Saturday)
Set against a soaring canvas of projected images, FELA! THE CONCERT features a live Afrobeat band with singers and dancers, and members of the original Broadway cast from the highly acclaimed Tony Award-winning production FELA!
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $15
This PEAK performance is made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis
Sponsored by The Related Group

Judith Hill
January 15 at 6pm & 8:30pm (Sunday)
Known for her powerhouse vocals, singer-songwriter JUDITH HILL has performed at some of the biggest venues in the world. At 25, she joined Michael Jackson on stage and at 29, gained a world of devotees on season four of The Voice. Fans will recognize her from the documentary 20 Feet from Stardom, which won her a Grammy Award for Best Music Film. Be here for an unforgettable evening of music as she performs hits from her critically acclaimed album, Baby, I’m Hollywood!
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $39

Vision Duo
Ariel Horowitz, violin
Britton-René Collins, percussion
(Young Artists Classical Series)
January 16 at 7:30pm (Monday)
VISION DUO, comprised of young dynamos Britton-René Collins and Ariel Horowitz, presents the unique Genre-fication, an exploration of musical genres and sonic possibilities for violin and percussion. They both are recipients of the 2020 Concert Artist Guild Competition’s Ambassador Prize.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $35
Series with support from Hermine J. Drezner and Harriett M. Eckstein
South Florida Recital Debuts are made possible with support from Raymond and Bessie Kravis Foundation

The Writers’ Academy At The Kravis Center
Kickstart Your Writing Ability
Instructor: Julie Gilbert
(ArtSmart)
January 18 or March 15 at 1:30pm (Wednesdays)
An experience for the curious and adventurous, Kickstart is for those about to take the exciting leap into writing. Learn how to release the writer within and how to unlock your very own muse with JULIE GILBERT.
COHEN PAVILION
Tickets $30

A Writer Talks About Everything You Wanted to Know About Writing and Publishing a Book
Lecturer: Robert Wason, PhD
(ArtSmart)
January 19 at 1:30pm (Thursday)
Have you ever wanted to write a book? Have you wondered about finding inspiration for stories, the writing process, finding a publisher… or how an idea becomes a book? This lecture provides both fun stories about book writing and an author’s insights into the ABCs of publishing a book.
DANCE REHEARSAL HALL
Tickets $25

Aquila Theatre Company
Julius Caesar
January 20-21
Friday at 7:30pm
Saturday at 1:30pm
Beware the Ides of March… In this striking new production, Shakespeare’s tense political thriller comes to life with complex characters and powerful contemporary parallels. Artistic director Desiree Sanchez brings her signature visual style to the fall and rise of Rome’s ruling class and takes us on a journey into a world of conspiracy and betrayal.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $45

Aquila Theatre Company
Pride and Prejudice
January 22 at 1:30pm & 7:30pm (Sunday)
Aquila Theatre brings Jane Austen’s ultimate romantic comedy to life with its signature passion, energy, and visual flair. Filled with unforgettable characters, including Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy, this sharp social satire has it all; wit, love and lots of dancing!
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $45

Lunch & Learn: Cinderellas in Reverse: Princesses Alice and Margaret and Misbehavior
Richard René Silvin
(ArtSmart)
January 23 at 11:30am (Monday)
Discover the inside story of two members of the British Royal Family whose wealth and fame did not bring them happiness, but instead caused them to live their lives like Cinderellas, in reverse. The story of Queen Elizabeth’s mother-in-law, Princess Alice of Battenberg and Queen Elizabeth’s only sibling, the once second-in-line to the throne, Princess Margaret. Both women started their lives as glamorous royals but had very different ends and very different paths to get there. René, the ultimate raconteur, will take the audience back in time and describe these tragic stories in his inimitable fashion, using dozens of glamorous shots, newsreel clips and firsthand experiences.
GIMELSTOB BALLROOM IN THE COHEN PAVILION
Tickets $100

The Cleveland Orchestra
Franz Welser-Möst, Music Director
(Regional Arts Classical Concert Series)
January 23 at 8pm (Monday)
The Cleveland Orchestra under Music Director Franz Welser-Möst was recently called “virtually flawless” by the New York Times. Hailed as one of the very best orchestras on the planet, noted for its musical excellence and for its devotion and service to the community it calls home. The Cleveland Orchestra recently celebrated its twentieth year under the direction of Franz Welser-Möst, one of today’s most acclaimed musical leaders.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35
Regional Arts Classical Concert Series sponsored by Leonard and Sophie Davis
Concert Sponsored by Jane and John Shalam, Voxx International Corporation

The World of Musicals
(Adults at Leisure Series)
January 24 at 11am & 2pm (Tuesday)
THE WORLD OF MUSICALS is a fantastic journey through the great world of musicals featuring beautiful and emotional ballads from EVITA, LES MISÉRABLES and PHANTOM OF THE OPERA along with up-beat favorites from DIRTY DANCING, ROCK OF AGES and more!
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets $39

Chris Botti
January 25 at 8pm (Wednesday)
Grammy Award-winning trumpeter and composer CHRIS BOTTI has amassed numerous honors and is the largest selling instrumental artist in the United States. His mesmerizing performances with an array of legends have cemented his place as one of the most brilliant and inspiring forces of the contemporary music scene.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $29
Sponsored by Sunny Sessa in loving memory of Leonardo Sessa

The Architecture of Palm Beach: From Alligator Joe to Marjorie Merriweather Post
Lecturer: Jane Day, PhD
(ArtSmart)
January 26 at 1:30pm (Thursday)
The Preservation Consultant to the Town of Palm Beach for twenty-one years discusses her many years working to protect the historical buildings of Palm Beach.
DANCE REHEARSAL HALL
Tickets $25

The Greatest Love of All: A Tribute to Whitney Houston starring Belinda Davids
January 26 at 8pm (Thursday)
You’ll be stunned by the breathtaking vocals of BELINDA DAVIDS. She was featured on FOX TV’s Showtime at the Apollo and BBC1 TV’s Even Better Than the Real Thing. Accompanied by a live band, backing vocalists, and choreographed dancers, plus state-of-the-art sound, lighting, vision, and theatrical effects, this is a beautifully crafted tribute to one of the world’s most revered singers.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $25

The Kat and Dave Show: David Foster and Katharine McPhee Live
January 27 at 8pm (Friday)
16-time Grammy award-winning musician, songwriter, and producer DAVID FOSTER and acclaimed singer, television and Broadway star, KATHARINE MCPHEE are bringing their viral Instagram show on the road. Coming directly from the Living Room to the stage, this intimate show with the powerhouse duo will be packed with David’s hits from CHICAGO, Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, Josh Groban, Michael Buble, and Kat’s biggest songs from American Idol, Smash and WAITRESS. Plus some of their favorites that they just love!
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35
Sponsored by The Coleman Foundation

Blue Man Group
January 28-29
Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 1pm & 6:30pm
Join the Blue Men in a joyful experience that unites audiences of all ages. It’s everything you know and love about BLUE MAN GROUP—signature drumming, colorful moments of creativity and quirky comedy—the men are still blue but the rest is all new! Family friendly!
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $29
With support from SunSentinel

The Mutter Virtuosi
Anne-Sophie Mutter, leader
(Regional Arts Classical Concert Series)
January 31 at 8pm (Tuesday)
The incomparable Anne-Sophie Mutter returns to South Florida after many years as the leader of her ensemble of standout protégés, The Mutter Virtuosi, an ensemble of 14 students who tour internationally, across North America, and appear regularly at Carnegie Hall. Noticed by Herbert von Karajan when she was only 13, Anne-Sophie Mutter established herself in the 1980s as an exceptional violinist and received three prestigious Grammy Awards. The German violinist, who has been called the “undisputed queen of violin-playing” performs on the world’s most prestigious stages.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35
Regional Arts Classical Concert Series sponsored by Leonard and Sophie Davis
Concert Sponsored by Ari Rifkin

FEBRUARY

Two Biographers Tell Almost All Lecturers
Julie Gilbert & Scott Eyman
(ArtSmart)
February 1 & February 8 at 1:30pm (Wednesdays)
Two sessions: Feb. 1 and Feb. 8
Professional biographers JULIE GILBERT and SCOTT EYMAN (writers of 16 biographies between them) will lead two sessions where they discuss methods of archival research, tales of personal interviews, and an overview of the writing process. Through the 90-minute sessions, they will share insight to their respective techniques and answer questions from participants.
DANCE REHEARSAL HALL
Tickets $200

Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr. – Up Up & Away! A Musical Fable
February 1 at 8pm (Wednesday)
Join Grammy Award-winning duo MARILYN McCOO and BILLY DAVIS, JR. for an evening of pop and soul classics. The legendary couple began their career as the original stars and lead singers of the group The 5th Dimension, whose magical harmonies drew equal inspiration from pop, R&B, soul, gospel, jazz, and Broadway music. UP, UP & AWAY! is a journey and musical celebration of their iconic music. The show also includes tributes to fellow music legends including The Beatles and The 5th Dimension’s original lineup.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $29
Sponsored by Sheila Engelstein and Zelda Mason

Kravis Film & Literary Club
Julie Gilbert on Remains of the Day
(ArtSmart)
February 2 at 11am (Thursday)
Directed by James Ivory and starring Anthony Hopkins, Emma Thompson, Christopher Reeve and Hugh Grant, REMAINS OF THE DAY is based on a novel by Kazuo Ishiguro and features quite a roster for any serious moviegoer. The story is ostensibly a simple one: a butler, in 1956, long in service at Darlington Hall, a stately home near Oxford, takes a road trip to visit a former colleague and reminisces about events that took place there in the 1920’s and 30’s. However, it’s about so much more: past, present, and everything in-between.
PERSSON HALL
Tickets start at $52 (includes box lunch)

Get Happy! Michael Feinstein celebrates the Judy Garland Centennial
February 2 at 8pm (Thursday)
Join MICHAEL FEINSTEIN in a big band celebration of the great Judy Garland’s 100th Birthday! Executive produced by Liza Minnelli, this nostalgic musical journey will lead you through Garland’s amazing life, telling stories he learned from Minnelli and other close friends.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35

Wheel of Fortune LIVE!
February 3 at 8pm (Friday)
WHEEL OF FORTUNE LIVE!, an all-new theatrical experience, is going on tour across North America. The all-new live stage show is the one-and-only way fans can experience America’s Game® in person outside of Sony Pictures Studios, right on the Kravis Center stage.
DREYFOOS HALL
Presented by the Kravis Center, Premier Productions and Right Angle Presents
On sale to be announced. 

An Evening with Tom Rush, Accompanied by Matt Nakoa
February 4 at 7:30pm (Saturday)
Gifted musician and folk icon TOM RUSH, accompanied by MATT NAKOA on piano and guitar, will take the stage to celebrate the sweet melancholy of ballads and the passion of the gritty blues.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $49

Boyz II Men
February 4 at 8pm (Saturday)
One of the most iconic R&B groups in music history, BOYZ II MEN redefined popular R&B and continue to create timeless hits that appeal to fans across all generations. With 4 Grammys, 9 American Music Awards, 9 Soul Train Awards, and 3 Billboard Awards—among others, BOYZ II MEN captivates sold-out crowds with their legendary sound.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $39
With support from SunSentinel

Munich Symphony Orchestra
Robert McDuffie, violin
(Regional Arts Classical Concert Series)
February 5 at 2pm (Sunday)
Strongly committed to Munich and its music traditions, the Munich Symphony Orchestra is one of the city’s four symphony orchestras and most renowned ensembles. Grammy-nominated violinist Robert McDuffie enjoys a dynamic and multi-faceted career. While appearing as soloist with the world’s foremost orchestras, he has also shared the stage with Chuck Leavell and the late Gregg Allman in Midnight Rider and with actress/playwright Anna Deavere Smith in Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35
Regional Arts Classical Concert Series sponsored by Leonard and Sophie Davis
Concert Sponsored by Eleanor and Frank Pao

An Evening with Jimmy Webb
February 5 at 7:30pm (Sunday)
Grammy Award-winning songwriter JIMMY WEBB has topped the charts from pop to disco with interpretations from Glen Campbell, Art Garfunkel, Linda Ronstadt, and more. His most famous songs “MacArthur Park,” “Wichita Lineman,” and “Worst That Could Happen” remain timeless. Join him as he performs fan favorites and reveals the stories behind his hits.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $49

Tootsie
(Kravis On Broadway)
February 7-12
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday at 8pm
Wednesday, Saturday at 2pm & 8pm
Sunday at 2pm
Call it “musical comedy heaven” (Rolling Stone). Call it “the most uproarious new musical in years!” (The Hollywood Reporter). Call it TOOTSIE! This laugh-out-loud love letter to the theater tells the story of Michael Dorsey, a talented but difficult actor who struggles to find work until one show-stopping act of desperation lands him the role of a lifetime. Featuring a hilarious Tony®-winning book by Robert Horn and an outrageously clever score by 2018 Tony-winner David Yazbek (The Band’s Visit, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels), this New York Times Critic’s Pick is “a joyful delight” (The Washington Post) that’s “so packed with punchlines, it should be called a jokebox musical!” (Bloomberg). “In these turbulent times, when the world seems out of balance, we need a place to let the good times roll,” raves Rolling Stone. “Tootsie is it!”
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $31
Kravis On Broadway sponsored by Jim and Judy Harpel
U.S. Bank Private Wealth Management

Shop Your Closet to Find Your Signature Style
Lecturer: Susana Fernández, PhD
(ArtSmart)
February 9 at 1:30pm (Thursday)
What is “Signature Style” and how can you develop it? How can your fashion choices be more sustainable? If you feel uninspired in front of a closet full of clothes, bring your style questions and get ready to learn how to analyze and develop signature looks through the STYLE construct.
DANCE REHEARSAL HALL
Tickets $25

African American Film Festival
Poetic Justice
Moderated by Dr. Terri Francis
(ArtSmart)
February 9 at 6:30pm (Thursday)
Janet Jackson makes her film debut in John Singleton’s POETIC JUSTICE. A mismatched pair pushed together on a road trip from South Central L.A. to Oakland, Justice (Jackson) and Lucky (Tupac Shakur) have only one thing in common: they can’t stand each other.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets $12

Philadelphia Orchestra
Nathalie Stutzmann, Principal Guest Conductor
Gil Shaham, violin (only on February 13 at 8pm)
(Regional Arts Classical Concert Series)
February 13-14
Monday at 8pm
Tuesday at 2pm
Nathalie Stutzmann was recently named Philadelphia Orchestra’s new Principal Guest Conductor, a three-year term involving a regular presence in the orchestra’s subscription series in Philadelphia. Stutzmann was also announced as Atlanta Symphony’s Music Director from the start of the 2022-23 season, becoming only the second woman in history to lead a major American orchestra. Gil Shaham is one of the foremost violinists of our time; his flawless technique combined with his inimitable warmth and generosity of spirit has solidified his renown as an American master.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35
Regional Arts Classical Concert Series sponsored by Leonard and Sophie Davis
Concert Sponsored by Vicki and Arthur Loring and Leonard and Norma Klorfine Foundation

Monty Alexander: Love Notes
February 14 at 6:30pm & 9pm (Tuesday)
Grammy-nominated pianist MONTY ALEXANDER’s style includes a range of jazz and Jamaican musical expressions—the American Songbook and the blues, gospel and bebop, calypso, and reggae. His newest album, Love Notes, couples his passion for music with his extraordinary piano playing and the intimacy of his wonderful vocals.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $39

Gospel Gala featuring Tasha Cobbs Leonard
A Kravis Center Community Outreach Event
February 15 at 7pm (Wednesday)
Powerhouse gospel singer-songwriter, TASHA COBBS LEONARD rose to fame with her Grammy Award-winning single “Break Every Chain.” Revered as one of the most glorious voices in modern Christian music, her urban contemporary ballads and ability to blend unique sonic flavors also earned her the 2020 Dove Award for Gospel Artist of the Year.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $15

Passageways to Liberation: The Black Experience Through Music, Dance, and Visual Arts
Lecturers: Brian Knowles & Bianca Nightengale-Lee, MD
(ArtSmart)
February 16 at 7pm (Thursday)
Knowles and Nightengale-Lee discuss the historical experience of African Americans through the lens of music, dance, and visual art. They will explore how artistic expression has not only been used to encapsulate these experiences, but also create passageways to mainstream American society.
DANCE REHEARSAL HALL
Tickets $25

Oliver Herbert, cello
Xiaohui Yang, piano
(Young Artists Classical Series)
February 16 at 7:30pm (Thursday)
Cellist OLIVER HERBERT is one of the classical music world’s fastest rising stars, consistently praised for his virtuosity, musical instincts, youthful exuberance and sophisticated musical expression.  Pianist Xiaohui Yang is a graduate of Curtis Institute of Music, and the Juilliard School, and is the winner of the 2017 Naumburg International Piano Composition.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $35
Series with support from Hermine J. Drezner and Harriett M. Eckstein
South Florida Recital Debut performances are made possible with support from The Raymond and Bessie Kravis Foundation
With support from WLRN

Dixie’s Tupperware Party
February 17-19
Friday at 8pm
Saturday at 2pm & 8pm
Sunday at 2pm & 7pm
You’ll howl with laughter as fast-talking, gum-chewing, ginger-haired Alabama gal Dixie Longate shares outrageously funny tales, homespun wisdom, and uses for Tupperware that you never thought possible.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $40

The Adventures of Tortoise and Hare: The Next Gen
(Family Fare)
February 18 at 10am (Saturday)
Aesop’s classic fable The Tortoise and the Hare takes on a contemporary twist in this delightful new production. The beloved characters now have children of their own and are exploring modern day distractions like smart phones and video games. The Next Gen features Tortoise Junior and Lil’ Hare in a whole new kind of race; where their adventures lead them into unexpected territory. With dazzling visuals, poignant storytelling and the creative use of music from classical to pop, this production brings this tale into a brilliant new light. Sensory Friendly.
PERSSON HALL
Tickets $12
Sponsored by The Stiller Family Foundation

James Dean: Shooting Star Lunch & Learn
Lecturer: Julie Gilbert
(ArtSmart)
February 20 at 11:30am (Monday)
Unforgotten to this day, although his life ended over sixty-eight years ago, James Dean’s image was that of the troubled outsider. In his three movie roles: East of Eden, Rebel Without a Cause and Giant, he made an indelible impression, relating to youth and disturbing older generations. JULIE GILBERT, great niece of Edna Ferber, the author of the novel, Giant, will unveil and explore new material about Dean which will deepen the understanding of his indelible presence.
GIMELSTOB BALLROOM IN THE COHEN PAVILION
Tickets $100

Florida Stories Into Film
Lecturer: Frank Eberling
(ArtSmart)
February 23 at 1:30pm (Thursday)
Florida was one of the first places to welcome moviemakers during the silent film era, with hundreds of films being made around the state and distributed internationally. FLORIDA STORIES INTO FILM recalls almost-forgotten filmmaking anecdotes, including long-lost film clips and a scene from one of Burt Reynolds’ last appearances.
DANCE REHEARSAL HALL
Tickets $25

Martha Redbone: “Bone Hill – The Concert”
(PEAK)
February 25-26
Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 1:30pm
Inspired by her life and the women she is descended from, MARTHA REDBONE tells the story of the lives of her family in songs that span a swathe of American music telling a parallel history. From traditional Cherokee chants and lullabies, to bluegrass, rhythm and blues, country, gospel, jazz, and rock ‘n’ roll, BONE HILL: THE CONCERT takes you on an epic, unexpected American exploration of family, history, and cultural identity.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $35
This PEAK performance is made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis

Academy of St Martin in the Fields
Johannes Moser, cello
(Regional Arts Classical Concert Series)
February 27 at 8pm (Monday)
The Academy of St Martin in the Fields is one of the world’s finest chamber orchestras, renowned for fresh, brilliant interpretations of the greatest orchestral music. Cellist Johannes Moser has performed with the world’s leading orchestras such as the Berlin Philharmonic, London Symphony, New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Philadelphia and Cleveland Orchestras, and with conductors of the highest level.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35
Regional Arts Classical Concert Series sponsored by Leonard and Sophie Davis

The Hit Men: Classic Rock Supergroup
(Adults at Leisure Series)
February 28 at 11am & 2pm (Tuesday)
Relive rock’s greatest hits with THE HIT MEN – five fantastic musicians who have performed with legendary artists including members of Foreigner, Cheap Trick, Wings, Billy Joel, Journey, and more. In this ultimate rock concert featuring backstage stories and multi-media, THE HIT MEN celebrate these mega-stars, share first-hand experiences and perform classics including “Layla,” “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Feels Like The First Time,” “Eye in the Sky” and many more.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $39 

MARCH

30th Anniversary Kravis Center Gala
March 1 (Wednesday)
KRAVIS CENTER
Gala Chairs: Kathryn C. Vecellio, Bill Bone, Monika E. Preston
Honorary Gala Chairs: Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Michael J. Bracci, William A. Meyer Jeffrey A. Stoops, Jane M. Mitchell
Tickets are $1,250 for Gala Patrons, $650 for Young Gala Patrons (45 and younger).
Note: For information about the Kravis Center Gala, please contact us at 561.651.4320 or gala@kravis.org.

Kravis Film & Literary Club
Julie Gilbert on The Age of Innocence
(ArtSmart)
March 2 at 11am (Thursday)
THE AGE OF INNOCENCE, directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Michelle Pfeiffer, Winona Ryder, and narrated by Joanne Woodward is based on a 1920 novel by Edith Wharton. The story beams a sharp thematic focus on the struggle between the individual and the group: manners, morals and code of decorum versus personal convictions. It is also a simmering love story and has a New York setting to rival The Gilded Age. This one won an Oscar for Best Costume Design, and the clothes alone are worth the price of admission.
PERSSON HALL
Tickets $52 (includes box lunch)

Janice Carissa, piano
(Young Artists Classical Series)
March 2 at 7:30pm (Thursday)
Pianist JANICE CARISSA has been called a “rising star to watch” and is an alumna of Lang Lang International Music Foundation. She has performed with artists such as Vadim Gluzman, Miriam Fried, Pamela Frank, Peter Wiley and many more.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets $35
Series with support from Hermine J. Drezner and Harriett M. Eckstein
South Florida Recital Debuts are made possible with support from Raymond and Bessie Kravis Foundation

Alonzo King LINES Ballet
(PEAK)
March 3 at 8pm (Friday)
Celebrating 40 years of evocative dance, master choreographer Alonzo King’s unique artistic vision adheres to the classical form—the linear, mathematical and geometrical principles deeply rooted in the East-West continuum. Experience King’s newest creation, Deep River, a collaboration with composer Jason Moran and vocalist Lisa Fischer. Bending the lines between classical and contemporary ballet, he draws on the strengths of his extraordinary dancers altering the way we look at ballet today.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $15
This PEAK performance is made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis

Jessica Vosk: My Golden Age
March 3 – 4 at 7:30pm (Friday, Saturday)
From Broadway to concert halls, celebrated singer and actress JESSICA VOSK captivates audiences with her stunning vocals and charming stage presence showcasing the breadth of her talent in musical theater, rock, pop, and standards. Performing MY GOLDEN AGE, VOSK is well-known for her acclaimed role as Elphaba in WICKED on Broadway, and roles in FINDING NEVERLAND and THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $29

DRUMLine Live
March 4 at 8:00pm (Saturday)
DRUMLine LIVE embodies the soulful, high-stepping style of the Historically Black College and University marching band experience. With its riveting rhythms, bold beats, and ear-grabbing energy, DRUMLine LIVE is a high-octane musical roller coaster ride that is guaranteed to touch every emotion in your body.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $15

Pretty Woman: The Musical
(Kravis On Broadway)
March 7-12
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday at 8pm
Wednesday, Saturday at 2pm & 8pm
Sunday at 2pm
PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL, based on one of Hollywood’s most beloved romantic stories of all time, springs to life with a powerhouse creative team led by two-time Tony Award®-winning director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell. Brought to the stage by lead producer Paula Wagner, the show features an original score by Grammy® winner Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance, and a book by the movie’s legendary director Garry Marshall and screenwriter J. F. Lawton. PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL will lift your spirits and light up your heart. Are you ready to fall in love all over again?
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $42
Kravis On Broadway sponsored by Ann and Robert Fromer

Dreamers: Magos Herrera & Brooklyn Rider
(PEAK)
March 9-10 at 7:30pm (Thursday, Friday)
Mexican-born songstress MAGOS HERRERA and Grammy-nominated string quartet BROOKLYN RIDER join forces for an unforgettable musical journey, reinterpreting classics of the Ibero-American songbook in bold and evocative arrangements. Amplifying the artistry of Violeta Parra, Federico Garcia Lorca, Gilberto Gil, Joao Gilberto, Octavio Paz, and others who dared to dream under repressive regimes, DREAMERS represents love for humanity, love for democracy, and the inspiration to dream.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $35
This PEAK performance is made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis

National Geographic LIVE: Dr. Kara Cooney – When Women Ruled The World (PEAK)
March 11 at 7:30pm (Saturday)
Dr. Kara Cooney, professor of Egyptology, explores the reigns of powerful ancient queens to illuminate a time when women ruled the world. Often neglected in the history books, these strong female leaders were considered exceptions to the rule, but their power and influence is undeniable.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $35
This PEAK performance is made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis

New World Symphony
David Robertson, conductor
Michelle Cann, piano
(Regional Arts Classical Concert Series)
March 13 at 8pm (Monday)
The New World Symphony – co-founded by Artistic Director Michael Tilson Thomas and Lin and Ted Arison – has established itself as America’s Orchestral Academy, performing in leading venues around the world. Veteran conductor David Robertson occupies some of the most prominent platforms on the international music scene. Michelle Cann is the preeminent interpreter of the music of Florence Price, and holds the inaugural Sokoloff Chair in Piano Studies at Curtis Institute of Music.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35
Regional Arts Classical Concert Series sponsored by Leonard and Sophie Davis

Jazz at Lincoln Center Presents – Songs We Love
(Adults at Leisure Series)
March 16 at 11am & 2pm (Thursday)
Experience a musical journey through the first 50 years of jazz performed by three incredible vocalists and an all-star band made up of New York’s rising stars. SONGS WE LOVE will transport you through decades of music from the 1920s to the early 1950s, including iconic hits by Ma Rainey, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $39

African American Film Festival:
13TH
Moderated by Nadine White-Boyd, Esq.
(ArtSmart)
March 16 at 6:30pm (Thursday)
This powerful documentary explores the history of racial inequality in the USA, and the fact that the nation’s prisons are disproportionately filled with African Americans. Featuring interviews with activists and politicians including Michelle Alexander, Cory Booker, Dolores Canales and more, 13th exposes systematic racial inequality at its core.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
This is a FREE event! Tickets required.

Jerry Seinfeld
March 18 at 7pm & 9:30pm (Saturday)
America’s premier comedian, JERRY SEINFELD, comes to the Kravis Center to perform his newest stand-up routine March 18, 2023. Seinfeld has been hailed for his uncanny ability to joke about the little things in life that relate to audiences everywhere. Jerry Seinfeld’s comedy career took off after his first appearance on “The Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson in 1981. Eight years later, he teamed up with fellow comedian Larry David to create what was to become the most successful comedy series in the history of television: “Seinfeld.” The show ran on NBC for nine seasons, winning numerous Emmy, Golden Globe and People’s Choice awards, and was named the greatest television show of all time in 2009 by TV Guide, and in 2012 was identified as the best sitcom ever in a 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll. His latest Emmy nominated Netflix projects include “Jerry Before Seinfeld” and “23 Hours to Kill” along with the highly acclaimed web series, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.” Seinfeld recently announced his upcoming film Unfrosted and continues to perform both nationally and internationally.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $80
Sponsored by Stacey and Mark Levy and Bonnie Osher and Dr. Peter Sherman

Zurich Chamber Orchestra
Daniel Hope, Music Director
(Regional Arts Classical Concert Series)
March 19 at 2pm (Sunday)
Berlin-based violinist Daniel Hope was the last of Yehudi Menuhin’s protégés and the first instrumentalist to be named Music Director of the acclaimed Zurich Chamber Orchestra, one of the world’s leading chamber orchestras. Their latest album takes a deep dive into the rich repertoire of American music, exploring its roots and distinctive qualities.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $35
Regional Arts Classical Concert Series sponsored by Leonard and Sophie Davis

Lunch & LearnLeading Ladies: Famous and Infamous Women of Palm Beach
Lecturer: Bill Bone
(ArtSmart)
March 20 at 11:30am (Monday)
Who are the famous, and sometimes infamous, women over the years that have led the social scene? What made them worthy of being followed by their peers in times past? What makes them worthy today? Is it all just fashion, frivolity, and frippery? Or are there universal characteristics through the ages that define a social leader and justify their standing in society? No place in the world is like Palm Beach when it comes to beauty, wealth, and power, and nobody tells the interesting stories of these Palm Beach ladies better than noted trial lawyer and native son, Bill Bone.
GIMELSTOB BALLROOM IN THE COHEN PAVILION
Tickets $100
Sponsored by Steven Caras and The Chastain Charitable Foundation

Mark de Clive-Lowe: MOTHERLAND
(PEAK)
March 23-24 at 7:30pm (Thursday, Friday)
The electronic jazz pioneer and pianist MARK DE CLIVE-LOWE’s latest project, MOTHERLAND, is a meditative and evocative sonic journey inspired by Japanese mythology and folklore and is newly restaged for the live stage. Blending live music with projected multimedia, MOTHERLAND observes and embraces the past, eschews the modern tendency toward the new, and reclaims a sense of unity with ancestral connections and our future generations.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $29
This PEAK performance is made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis

Wicked
(Kravis On Broadway)
March 29-April 9
Wednesdays, Thursday (6), Fridays, Tuesday at 8pm
Thursday (30), Saturdays at 2pm & 8pm
Sundays at 1pm & 6:30pm
The Broadway sensation WICKED looks at what happened in the Land of Oz… but from a different angle. Long before Dorothy arrives, there is another young woman, born with emerald-green skin, who is smart, fiery, misunderstood, and possessing an extraordinary talent. When she meets a bubbly blonde who is exceptionally popular, their initial rivalry turns into the unlikeliest of friendships…until the world decides to call one “good,” and the other one “wicked.”
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $53

The Writers’ Academy At The Kravis Center
Showcase the Writing
(ArtSmart)
March 31 at 7pm (Friday)
SHOWCASE THE WRITING introduces talented writers to the public, as professional actors read the work of selected members of The Writers’ Academy.
COHEN PAVILION
Tickets $10

APRIL

Migguel Anggelo’s LatinXoxo
(PEAK)
April 6-7 at 7:30pm (Thursday, Friday)
MIGGUEL ANGGELO breaks from “Latin Lover” clichés and his own Venezuelan father’s gendered expectations. In this artful mashup of theater, humor, and sumptuous song selections. An outrageously queer and gender-bending concert experience, LATINXoxo reminds us that our self-worth is right there in the mirror.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $29
This PEAK performance is made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis

Taj Express: Bollywood Jukebox
April 10 at 7:30pm (Monday)
This big-hearted Bollywood razzle dazzle with an exceptionally talented cast, mesmerizing costumes, joyful choreography, thrilling live music and raw infectious energy will take you on a live cinematic journey through modern Bollywood culture and society.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $20

San Salvador
(PEAK)
April 11 at 7:30pm (Tuesday)
French vocal group SAN SALVADOR describe their music as a search for universal folklore. Their compositions use the Occitan language as a rhythmic instrument, combining poetry with hypnotic vocal harmonies cascading over shifting patterns of percussion to create their own universe. It’s a joyful quest that sees them following every path from the crossroads of trance, choral punk, global vocalese and math-rock constructions; modern Occitan troubadours at large in the world.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $25
This PEAK performance is made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis

Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox: Life In The Past Lane Tour
Thursday April 13 at 8pm (Thursday)
A celebration of the greatest 20th century genres fused with recognizable hits of our modern era.  Catch a ride with today’s most exciting vocalists, instrumentalists, and tap dancers for an unforgettable trip through 100 years of timeless music!
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $34.50
VIP Meet & Greet packages are $210
VIP Tour packages are $135
Presented by the Kravis Center and AEG Presents

The Price is Right Live!
April 15 at 8pm (Saturday)
THE PRICE IS RIGHT LIVE™ is the hit interactive stage show that gives eligible individuals the chance to hear their names called and “Come On Down” to win. Prizes may include appliances, vacations and possibly a new car! Play classic games just like on television’s longest running and most popular game show…from Plinko™ to Cliffhangers™ to The Big Wheel™ and even the fabulous Showcase Showdown.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $25

Live in Central Park [Revisited]: Simon & Garfunkel
(Adults at Leisure Series)
April 17 at 11am & 2pm (Monday)
Award-winning artists Lee Lessack and Johnny Rodgers recreate that magical night in 1981 when more than 500,000 music fans gathered in Central Park to witness the now legendary reunion of folk duo Simon & Garfunkel. Enjoy all the beloved masterpieces that made Simon & Garfunkel famous including “Mrs. Robinson,” “Homeward Bound,” “Scarborough Fair,” “The Sound of Silence,” and many more.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $39 

Mames Babegenush
(PEAK)
April 23 at 7:30pm (Sunday)
MAMES BABEGENUSH unleash a sonic crossroads where east unexpectedly meets…north! The Danish band’s musical fusion marries strong Scandinavian roots and elements of jazz with the vibrant dance music and klezmer traditions of Eastern Europe.
RINKER PLAYHOUSE
Tickets start at $35
This PEAK performance is made possible by a grant from the MLDauray Arts Initiative in honor of Leonard and Sophie Davis

Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of The Temptations
(Kravis On Broadway)
March 26-30
Wednesday, Friday at 8pm
Thursday, Saturday at 2pm & 8pm
Sunday at 2pm & 7:30pm
AIN’T TOO PROUD – THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE TEMPTATIONS is the electrifying new smash-hit Broadway musical that follows The Temptations’ extraordinary journey from the streets of Detroit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $40
Kravis On Broadway sponsored by Eileen Berman and Jay Bauer
UBS Private Wealth Management

MAY

Spotlight on Young Musicians
Friday May 5 at 7pm (Friday)
Crossing the threshold from practice to the stage is every music student’s dream, and the Kravis Center has been helping to make that dream a reality for 30 years. Since 1992, after a youth orchestra founder and educators from two Palm Beach County groups collaborated with the Center to create Spotlight on Young Musicians, nearly 40,000 students have performed in Dreyfoos Hall. The eagerly anticipated annual event not only showcases emerging talent but also promotes the excellent music programs within area schools.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $10
In partnership with the Youth Orchestra of Palm Beach County, the School District of Palm Beach County and the Palm Beach County Music Teachers Association.

Hiccup!
(Family Fare)
May 13 at 10am (Saturday)
It’s a perfect, balmy night in the outback. A sleep-deprived camper, a cheeky quokka and an emu with a penchant for creating wild inventions, awake to discover that a koala has come down with a stubborn and ear-shatteringly loud case of hiccups! The three embark on an epic journey through the night that sees them frantically eat, sing, and invent their way towards a cure before the sun comes up. HICCUP! is a hilarious rocking musical extravaganza about working together, finding friendship, and how to, once and for all, stop the hiccups. Sensory Friendly.
PERSSON HALL
Tickets $12
Sponsored by The Stiller Family Foundation

Legally Blonde: The Musical
May 16-21
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday at 8pm
Wednesday, Saturday at 2pm & 8pm
Sunday at 2pm
Fabulously fun and international award-winning LEGALLY BLONDE: THE MUSICAL is the ultimate Broadway tribute to Girl Power! The story follows the transformation of Elle Woods as she tackles stereotypes, sexism, snobbery and scandal in pursuit of her dreams, and proves that you can be legally blonde and STILL the smartest person in the room.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $31

JUNE

Kravis Center Dream Awards Celebrating High School Musical Theater Excellence
June 4 at 7pm (Sunday)
The next big star may live on your street! The Kravis Center Dream Awards recognizes outstanding student achievement in musical theater productions and culminates in a showcase in Dreyfoos Hall. Two students who perform in the showcase will be nominated to participate in The Jimmy Awards® (National High School Musical Theatre Awards™) in New York City. Schools must choose from an approved list of productions in order to be considered.
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $15
Sponsored by Ricki Gail Conway and The Doris & Stanley Tananbaum Foundation

Nikki Glaser: One Night With Nikki Glaser!
June 10 at 7pm (Saturday)
One of the funniest female comedians today, Nikki Glaser brings her shockingly honest, no-holds-barred stand up to the stage. She’s known for her numerous TV appearances on COMEDY CENTRAL, NETFLIX and MTV—and for leaving audiences roaring in laughter. Join her for an evening of laugh-out-loud fun.
DREYFOOS HALL
Presented by Kravis Center &
OUTBACK Presents
Tickets start at $29.75
VIP Meet & Greet package $149.75 per seat
Previously scheduled September 10, 2022

Madagascar The Musical
(Family Fare)
June 28-29
Wednesday at 6:30pm
Thursday at 11am
Join Alex, Marty, Melman and Gloria as they bound out of the zoo and onto the stage in this live musical spectacular. This smash hit musical features all your favourite crack-a-lackin’ friends as they escape from their home in New York’s Central Park Zoo and find themselves on an unexpected journey to the madcap world of King Julien’s Madagascar. This brand-new musical from Dreamworks (SHREK THE MUSICAL) will leave audiences with no choice but to “Move It, Move It!”
DREYFOOS HALL
Tickets start at $18
Sponsored by Ann-Britt and Christian Angle and The Stiller Family Foundation

Visit kravis.org/brochure to view our 2022-2023 season brochure.

Visit kravis.org/performance-calendar for the most up to date 2022-2023 season line-up.

About the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts:
The Kravis Center is a not-for-profit performing arts center located at 701 Okeechobee Blvd. in West Palm Beach, FL. The Center’s mission is to enhance the quality of life in Palm Beach County by presenting a diverse schedule of national and international artists and companies of the highest quality, by offering comprehensive arts education programs—serving nearly 3 million schoolchildren since its inception; by providing a Palm Beach County home for local and regional arts organizations to showcase their work; and by providing an economic catalyst and community leadership in West Palm Beach, supporting efforts to increase travel and tourism to Palm Beach County. For information, please visit kravis.org.

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