Upcoming ‘Broadway in Orlando’ season at the Dr. Phil to feature production of ‘Hamilton’ in the fall | Things to Do | Orlando

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The new season of Broadway in Orlando has been announced and assume some heavyweight productions including — yes — Hamilton, beginning this slide.

‘Broadway in Orlando’, with new sponsor AdventHealth getting about for Fairwinds, delivers touring productions of massive-identify musicals to downtown Orlando’s Dr. Phillips’s Center for constrained engagements, from October by means of July.

The verified roster for this 9th period attributes some spectacular names for theater devotees and dabblers alike — along with a neighborhood return engagement for Lin-Manuel Miranda’s juggernaut Hamilton. You can find even a non-musical output in the combine in the sort of To Destroy a Mockingbird.

The season’s lineup consists of:

Oct. 4-9
Six

Oct. 26-Nov. 20
Hamilton

Jan. 10-15, 2023
Tina: The Tina Turner Musical 

Jan. 20-22, 2023
Riverdance 25th Anniversary Display

Jan. 25-Feb. 12, 2023 
Wicked

Feb. 28-March 5, 2023
Really Girl: The Musical 

March 21-26, 2023
Harper Lee’s To Get rid of a Mockingbird 

April 18-23, 2023
Chicago

May 9-14, 2023
My Truthful Lady 

June 27-July 2, 2023
Beetlejuice

“We’re thrilled to continue on bringing Tony Award-profitable exhibits to Central Florida by way of the Broadway in Orlando series, and this time will absolutely have a thing to offer for followers of all ages,” reported Larry Watchorn, Govt Director of Florida Theatrical Association, in a push statement.

All Broadway in Orlando productions will consider place in the Dr. Phillips Center’s Walt Disney Theater.

Information on ticketing and time subscriptions can be located on the Dr. Phillips’s Center’s site. Digital traces are now forming.


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