Performing Arts

See four shows for as little as $136

A re-imagined ‘Phantom of the Opera’ is part of a four-show Broadway deal at Miami’s Arsht Center.
A re-imagined ‘Phantom of the Opera’ is part of a four-show Broadway deal at Miami’s Arsht Center. Alastair Muir

Broadway tickets can be expensive, very expensive, as anyone trying to score one to Hamilton knows all too well. But seeing the touring version of a Broadway show is more affordable, and Miami’s Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts has a four-show subscription deal that costs less than an orchestra seat to a production on the Great White Way.

For as little as $136, you can see Kinky Boots (Dec. 8-13), Motown the Musical (Feb. 2-7), The Phantom of the Opera (Feb. 24-March 6) and Cabaret (April 12-17). The only show not part of that deal is The Sound of Music (Dec. 29-Jan. 3), but you can also get a five-show package starting at $160. Granted, these seats are not up-close orchestra seats, but you’ll still be able to say, “I saw Kinky Boots.” And everything else.

Broadway tours play the Ziff Ballet Opera House, 1300 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Call 305-949-6722 or visit arshtcenter.org.

Christine Dolen

Affordable Arts is a weekly feature aimed at helping arts and culture lovers save money on tickets and admissions. A different discount will be featured each Sunday. Have a suggestion? Email Christine Dolen at cdolen@miamiherald.com.

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