On occasion, Goldstar offers comp tickets to select shows. To get the deals, you must first join Goldstar, which is free.
This week, they are offering free or discounted tickets to showings of:
50% off tickets to see All The Way at Actors Playhouse at the Miracle Theater on March 22, 23, 25, and 26. The 2014 Tony winner for Best Play, Robert Schenkkan’s searing drama All the Way finds Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson suddenly catapulted into the presidency by the 1963 Kennedy assassination. A figure of towering ambition and appetite, the charismatic, conflicted Johnson hurled himself headlong into the battle to enact civil rights legislation — an issue that deeply divided the country. With real-life figures like Martin Luther King Jr., J. Edgar Hoover and Hubert Humphrey depicted as well, this enthralling production explores the morality of power. Click here for tickets.
40% off tickets to see Tango Lovers: Steamy South American Music & Dance at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center on March 31 at 8 pm (Doors open at 7 pm.) Tango Lovers brings the passion and sensuality of South American dance to Brooklyn with this steamy production at South Miami’s Dade Cultural Arts Center. An award-winning cast of 20 dancers, singers and musicians directly from Argentina and Uruguay dazzle in this Broadway-style show that traces the history and evolution of this passionate art form. Inspired by the beats of big cities, the show takes on all the sensual traditions of this storied dance, with stunning costumes and theatrical lighting effects, accompanied by the rhythms of Tango Lovers band. $21-$33 (regularly $35-$55). Click here for tickets.
Comp (FREE) and 50% off tickets to see The Drowsy Chaperone at the Jerry Herman Ring Theatre (1312 Miller Dr.) in Coral Gables, FL. Various dates in April. A modern-day theater addict puts his favorite musical on the record player to chase the blues away, only to have the story come to life right there in his apartment in the Tony-winning The Drowsy Chaperone. In the show-within-the-show that ensues, a pampered Broadway starlet’s plans for marriage are upset by a scheming producer, setting off a wild plot involving a chaperone, a Latin lover and gangsters who double as pastry chefs. Bubbling over with wit, thrills and glorious song and dance, this comical send-up of Jazz Age musical theater comes to the Jerry Herman Ring Theatre courtesy of the the talented performers of the University of Miami’s College of Arts & Sciences. Comp-$12.50 (regularly $25). Click here for tickets.
43% off tickets to see Linda Lavin’s My First Farewell Concert at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center (3385 NE 188th St.) on March 29 at 8 pm. Nominated for five Tonys in as many decades — the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, ’00s and ’10s — Linda Lavin is, quite literally, in a class by herself. Now the Tony and Golden Globe winner takes the stage of the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center to perform her one-woman show: My First Farewell Concert. Built on the premise that with each new role an actor begins a piece of their life over, the show features some of Linda’s best-known songs and stories about her past, current and next new role. You know her as the star of the hit TV series Alice and a celebrated veteran of the cabaret stage, and now you can see the legendary performer — hailed by The New York Times as “a human tornado” — in My First Farewell Concert. $22.75-$25.25 (regularly $40-$45). Click here for tickets.
Up to 37% off tickets to see An Evening with David Sedaris at the Adrienne Arsht Center on April 20 at 8 pm. Even if you’ve read all of David Sedaris’ best-selling books, heard every segment he’s performed on This American Life, and caught his every appearance on Letterman and The Tonight Show, prepare to be delightfully surprised by what Sedaris will read when he arrives at Adrienne Arsht Center – Knight Concert Hall. Perhaps the most beloved humorist of his generation, Sedaris has sold more than seven million books, which include such comedic classics as Naked, Me Talk Pretty One Day, Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim and his latest, Let’s Explore Diabetes With Owls. Now he comes to Miami for a night of new, sardonic material and a Q&A session. $32.03-$38.75 (regularly $50.40-$61.60). Click here for tickets.
30% off tickets to see Miami City Ballet: Principal Dancer Patricia Delgado Says Goodbye With Balanchine at the Adrienne Arsht Center at 8 pm on March 31 and at 2 pm on April 2. The Miami City Ballet closes out its season and offers a fond farewell to its acclaimed principal dancer and Miami native Patricia Delgado, who’ll be moving on after 16 years with the company. She’ll be featured in a pair of masterworks by famed choreographer George Balanchine. Divertimento No. 15, set to Mozart, is an elegant, fluid piece with solos, ensembles and pas de deux, while Who Cares? takes more than 15 of George Gershwin’s great jazz songs and turns them into a joyful series of virtuoso set pieces. Led by Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez — a Miami native and former principal dancer with the New York City Ballet — the 47-member company is also set to perform Paul Taylor’s buoyant Arden Court. $48.30-$59.50 (regularly $69-$85). Click here for tickets.
39% off tickets to see Comedy and Conjuring Collide in the Magic of Scott & Puck at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center (3385 NE 188th St.) on April 1 at 8 pm. When two finalists from America’s Got Talent, one white and from Amish country, the other black and from New York, team up together for a night of comedy and magic, you know you’re in for an entertaining show with a social conscience. Scott & Puck shoot each other with paintballs. They smoke invisible marijuana. They eat needles and razorblades. And they read minds — maybe even yours — with extreme accuracy. $23.94 (regularly $39.50). Click here for tickets.
35% off tickets to see The Atlantic City Boys Perform Retro Rock Revue at the Aventura Arts & Cultural Center (3385 NE 188th St.) on April 8 at 8 pm. The Atlantic City Boys are known for lending charm and world-class vocals to the rock ‘n’ roll hits of the ’60s. The charismatic quartet channels such iconic groups as the Drifters, the Beach Boys, and of course, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. These dynamic singers have wowed audiences from Las Vegas to Disney World and now they’re harmonizing their way to Aventura Arts & Cultural Center in the Miami area. Get ready to clap and sing along as they revive hits such as “My Eyes Adored You,” “Ragdoll,” “Let’s Hang On,” “I’m a Believer” and “Save the Last Dance for Me.” $26.20 (regularly $39.38). Click here for tickets.