This June Orlando offers a perfect mix of live performances that make a perfect surprise gift to bring a smile to Dad’s face this Father’s Day. Visit drphillipscenter.org/events or call 844.513.2014 unless otherwise indicated.
June 6 -11 at the Dr.Phillip Center
Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods
In its ONLY Florida engagement – Direct from Broadway – the Tony Award-winning Into the Woods is coming to Orlando – giving us another reason to live happily ever after. More exciting, the production is coming to Orlando with its Broadway stars performing their Broadway roles. Into the Woods features Montego Glover as The Witch, Stephanie J. Block as the Baker’s Wife, and Gavin Creel as Cinderella’s Prince/Wolf – all reprising their roles in this production called “radiant,” “enchanting,” and “priceless.”
June 12 at 7:30 pm the Dr. Phillips Center Presents
House of Cheer – “The Level Up Tour 2023”
House of Cheer is the only touring company of professional cheerleaders in the world where the cast will showcase these athletes as entertainers in addition to their cheer talents. Part pop concert and part athletic spectacle, The Level Up Tour features the best and brightest cheer stars.
Featuring stunning production values akin to a live concert, complete with dazzling lights, an impressive set design, and over 25 costume changes, House of Cheer delivers an unparalleled and explosive theatrical experience.
June 16- 17 the Dr. Phillips Center Presents
HARRY POTTER and the Half-Blood Prince™
in Concert with the Orlando Philharmonic
See Harry discover a mysterious potions book in CineConcerts presentation of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince™ in Concert! Projected on a giant screen and accompanied by the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, you can join in Harry’s adventures like never before. Nicholas Hooper’s mesmerizing score and this classic tale combine to deliver all the adventure, humor, and suspense you remember in an experience you will never forget.
June 17-18 – Central Florida Community Arts Presents
“Hand-Drawn Jazz” featuring the CFCArts Big Band
From The Jetsons to The Simpsons, as animators have brought stories to life, they have looked to jazz musicians to lend energy to their creations. Featuring over 30 musicians in the CFCArts Big Band, Hand-Drawn Jazz celebrates the music from family-friendly-favorites including Pink Panther, Toy Story, Looney Tunes, The Lion King, Aladdin, and more in a concert filled with fun and great music.
June 22 at 8 pm
Siudy Garrido Flamenco Dance Company Presents
“Bailaora, Mis Pies Son Mi Voz”
Siudy Garrido is one of the most passionately exciting flamenco dancers in the world today. Nominated by Latin GRAMMY®️ for the virtuosity of her footwork and innovative aesthetic, Siudy and company produce a unique performance that transports the audience to an exotic world of Spanish artistry. In an hour and a half of award-winning choreography and one-of-a-kind-footwork, Siudy and her troupe offer a spectacular performance that always brings the audience to its feet.
June 24 at 2 pm and 7 pm
Joyce Lemos Aerial Arts Presents the
‘2023 Aerial Arts Showcase’
The effervescent Joyce Lemos comes to us from Rio de Janeiro, where she made her international debut as an acrobat-aerialist with the Barnum and Bailey Circus. During their performances in Orlando, Joyce and her troupe will showcase the strength, flexibility, and grace needed to execute awe-inspiring choreography on hoops suspended above the stage, influenced by cultures worldwide. With a combination of power, agility, spins, drops, and rapid sequences, this exhilarating performance will captivate the entire family.
June 24 at 7:30 pm
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
30 Year Anniversary Tour
Named after an autograph by blues legend Albert Collins, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy has appeared in concerts around the globe, selling millions of records and lending their soul-enhancing sound to hundreds of movies and television shows. Over 30 years filled with sold-out concerts, ranging from the Hollywood Bowl to Lincoln Center, and TV appearances on shows like “Dancing with the Stars” and “Superbowl XXXIII,” Big Bad Voodoo Daddy brings its exuberant sound to the Dr. Phillips Center. This performance continues its three-decade-long mission of honoring America’s original musical art forms: jazz and swing music.
June 27 to July 2 Dr. Phillips Center Presents
Beetlejuice “The Musical-The Musical-The Musical”
After creeping around Broadway, the underworld’s favorite ghost is coming to Orlando. Based on the Tim Burton film, this drop-dead funny musical tells the story of a teenager whose life changes when she meets a recently deceased couple and a demon with a thing for stripes. Featuring a mischievous script, a fantastic set, and a score straight from the Netherworld, Beetlejuice offers “screaming good fun” (Variety).