The series, presented by Florida Theatrical Association, opens in October with the previously announced "Book of Mormon." Also playing: the musicals "Flashdance,"
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Six-show series tickets, which range from $196-$668, go on sale at 10 a.m. today; call 1-800-448-6322 or go to OrlandoBroadway.com.
Here's the series schedule:
• The Book of Mormon: Oct. 29-Nov. 10. With a mix of crude language and heart, the nine-time 2011 Tony winner tells the story of two naïve Mormon missionaries who travel to
• Flashdance the Musical: Dec. 3-8. The film "Flashdance" was a 1980s phenomenon of leggings, off-the-shoulder sweatshirts and songs such as "Maniac," "I Love Rock and Roll" and the title track. The stage adaptation features 16 new songs to tell the story of Alex Owens, a Pittsburgh steel-mill welder by day and bar dancer by night who dreams of making it big.
• Once: Jan. 28-Feb. 2, 2014. Featuring an ensemble of actor-musicians who play their own instruments on stage, "Once" took home eight 2012 Tony awards, including the best-musical trophy. In the story, based on an independent film, a Dublin street musician is about to give up on his dreams when a quirky young woman takes an interest in his love songs.
• War Horse: Feb. 25-March 2, 2014. In 1914 England, a young boy's beloved horse is sent with the troops to fight in World War I. Boy and horse have emotional adventures amid the horror of war in this highly imaginative staging that stars life-size horse puppets. The award for best play was one of its five 2011 Tony awards.
• Evita: March 25-30, 2014. The
• Ghost the Musical: May 13-18, 2014. Special effects bring to life moments from the 1990