The Broadway hits "Spring Awakening," "Spamalot" and "Dreamgirls;" mirth and memories from the likes of Whoopi Goldberg, Shirley MacLaine and Don Rickles; the vocalism of Mandy Patinkin, Idina Menzel and Bernadette Peters; as well as dates with Michael Bolton, Chris Botti, Yanni and the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra highlight the 2010-2011 season at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach.
Tickets for the season's performances, announced Tuesday, go on sale Oct. 2.
Here are some of the highlights. For a complete schedule and ticket information, go to kravis.org.
"Dreamgirls": The beloved Apollo Theater coming-of-age musical. Nov. 23-28. $25+
"Monty Python's Spamalot": A night of flying cows, killer rabbits and knights who say "Ni!" Dec. 26. $25+
"Spring Awakening": Eight Tonys, including best musical, for this exploration of youthful rebellion in all its incarnations. March 2. $20+
"The Color Purple": Musical based on the Alice Walker novel and the Spielberg film. May 10-15. $25+
Whoopi Goldberg: She has an Oscar, a Tony, a Grammy, a Golden Globe and an Emmy. Jan. 14. $25+
Don Rickles/Joan Rivers: Wisecracks and more wisecracks. Jan. 26. $35+
Shirley MacLaine: The Oscar-winning actress, dancer and author reflects. Feb 8. $20+
Michael Bolton: The singer wraps his voice around collaborations with Ne-Yo and Lady Gaga on his new CD. Jan. 13. $20+
Roberta Flack: Still killing 'em softly. Jan. 19. $25+
Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons: Pure Americana, from "Big Girls Don't Cry" to "Dawn." Feb 11. $25+
Chris Botti: No denying the trumpeter's legions of fans. March 17. $25+
Smokey Robinson: The Motown legend in concert. April 14. $25+