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Broadway Palm, Lab Theater, New Phoenix announce new Fort Myers seasons | #insurance | #seniors | #elderly

After a rough pandemic year, the curtain is rising again on a new season of theater in Southwest Florida.

Florida Repertory Theatre already unveiled its 2021-22 season last month. Now three more Fort Myers theaters have done the same: Broadway Palm, Lab Theater and New Phoenix Theatre.

There’s a lot to be excited about for theater lovers, including the hair-metal musical “Rock of Ages” and the first local production of “In the Heights” (Broadway Palm); the “Sunset Boulevard” parody “Sunset Schmoulevard” and the naughty puppets of “Avenue Q” (Lab Theater); and the Mel Brooks comedy “Young Frankenstein” and Go-Go’s musical “Head Over Heels” (New Phoenix).

Anthony Ramos stars in "In the Heights," the movie adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's hit Broadway musical. The stage version visits Broadway Palm dinner theater for its 2021-22 season.

Florida Rep’s uplifting new season: ‘West Side Story,’ Buddy Holly, a ghost story and more

Gulfshore Playhouse announces season: August Wilson’s ‘Radio Golf,’ ’39 Steps’ parody, etc.

Here’s a closer look at what’s coming up at all three Fort Myers theaters.

Other Lee County theaters are expected to announce their seasons later this year, including the Alliance for the Arts in Fort Myers, Cultural Park Theater in Cape Coral and Players Circle Theater in North Fort Myers.


A scene from Broadway Palm's 2016 production of "The Wizard of Oz." The musical returns to the dinner theater for its 2021-22 season.

“A Night on Broadway” (September 9-October 2, 2021): This all-new musical revue features songs from Broadway favorites “42nd Street,” “Phantom of the Opera,” “Wicked” and more.

“Social Security” (September 23-November 6, 2021 in the Off Broadway Palm, the theater’s smaller, black-box space):  A comedy about family responsibilities, elder care and romance. The story focuses on a well-to-do married couple earning their living as art dealers in the big city. Their idyllic lives turn upside down when they suddenly become caregivers for the wife’s feisty elderly mother.

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