September 28, 2020

1993-03-12 – The Palm Beach Post

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For theatergoers who’ve
been humming for years the
immortal rock ’n’ roll question,
“Tommy can you see me?” the
answer this year is ‘Who
knows? But you can see Tom-
my.’

The Who’s Tommy, an adap-

tation of the British rock band’s
classic 1969 rock opera Tommy,
produced by Who co-founder,
guitarist and Chief songwriter
Pete Townshend, is the lead
show of the 1993-1994 Fort
Lauderdale Broadway Series.

The show debuts on Oct. 26
and runs through Nov. 7 at the
Broward Center for the Per-
forming Arts. Subscribers also

get preferential seat selection

for The Phantom of the Opera,
which debuts at the Jackie Glea-
son Theater in Miami Beach on
Oct. 11, but is not included in

the series.

U.S. adaptation of Who’s

‘Tommy’ set for Broward

The rest of the six-play se-
ries includes:

I Clarence Darrow starring
Mike Farrell at the Parker Play-
house, Nov. 30—Dec. 19.

I Guys and Dolls at the
Broward Center Feb. 15-27,
1994.

I Five Guys Named Moe at
the Parker Playhouse March 1-
20, 1994.

I Miss Saigon at the
Broward Center beginning
March 28, 1994.

I Either Neil Simon’s
lake’s Women or Wendy Was-
serstein’s The Sisters Rosen-
sweig will be selected to com-
plete the series.

Subscription prices range
from $183 to $263. For more
information, call toll-free 930-
8587. All of the above except
Miss Saigon are also part of the
Palm Beach Broadway Series.