In the Heights tells the universal story of a vibrant community full of hopes, dreams and struggles in New York’s Washington Heights neighborhood. The winner of the 2008 Tony Award for Best Musical, Best Score, Best Choreography and Best Orchestrations, “In the Heights is The West Side Story for a new generation!” touts the Chicago Sun-Times.This production of In the Heights features the talented teens of The Performance Project and Broward Center Summer Camp.
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Box office open 2 hours prior to event. Box Office windows are currently closed for in-person activity during the week.
Tickets held for Will Call can be picked up 90 minutes prior to curtain at the AutoNation Box Office at the Broward Center. The customer must present the actual credit card used and a photo ID.
Location: Parking and Valet Services Arts & Entertainment District parking Garage (cash only) This secure, lighted 950-space lot is located directly across the street from the Broward Center on the corner of SW 5th Avenue and SW 2nd Street. The Au-Rene Theater can be directly accessed from the lot via the Huizenga Skywalk. $10 Monday to Friday 6:00 a.m to 6:00 p.m. $15 Monday to Friday 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. $15 Saturday and Sunday Additional Parking: Parking is also available at garages and private lots along 2nd Street, including the Broward County Governmental Center Garage and City Park Mall Garage. Valet Service: Valet Service is available for most performances (cash only) at $20 per vehicle. Preferred valet service availability is limited and costs $25 per vehicle. Patrons can find valet parking at the main entrance.
Accessible seating is available on-line, by phone or in-person and can be limited. We encourage you to order early and to specifically request seating for wheelchair access, sign-interpreted or open-captioned performances when placing your order. General admission events offer no specific location you will be accommodated at the door. Our facilities feature ADA-approved signage, handrails and automatic door openers. The Wayne and Marti Huizenga Family Skywalk connects the Arts & Entertainment Parking Garage with the Horvitz Lobby in The Au-Rene Theater. The skywalk entrance provides protection from the elements and easy access for patrons with disabilities. A second entry is located at the bottom of the driveway entrance, immediately across from the Arts & Entertainment Parking Garage. Patrons with limited mobility may be dropped off in front of the Au-Rene and Amaturo Theaters via the front driveway. Hearing Devices: Our Assistive Listening Devices are available for all performances at the Guest Services Center, located in the Pacers Lobby Main Entrance. There is no charge for the device, but a valid major credit card is required. Restrooms: Wheelchair-accessible restrooms are located on the upper and lower orchestra levels, the lower mezzanine and the lower balcony in the Au-Rene Theater, as well as the upper lobby level of the Amaturo Theater. Companion restrooms are available on the upper and lower orchestra levels of the Au-Rene Theater. Diaper changing facilities are located in the first and second floor lobby restrooms.
No professional (detachable lens) cameras, flash photography, audio or recording devices. Company Management or Artist camera policy varies by show. NO alcohol, cans or bottles. NO smoking. Emergency information To contact an audience member during a performance, please call security at 954.468.3323. We will do our best to reach your party. Please provide a seat number, section and row if possible. If you need further assistance, please call 954.468.3338.