DANCE ALIVE PRESENTS FUSED TUTU “BALLET WITH A TWIST” Tuesday, March 19 at 8 pm With an exotic fusion of classical ballet and contemporary dance, the Dance Alive troupe mixes the romance of Romeo and Juliet with the brazen boldness of Tango Madness. It’s a remarkable evening of tutus, jeans, chiffon and denim all creatively put together by Florida’s premier ballet touring company featuring their award-winning roster of dancers. Under Executive Artistic Director Kim Tuttle and Resident Choreographer Judy Skinner’s distinctive artistic styles, Dance Alive is entertaining and insightful, provocative and joyous, a company for the ages. So sit back, have fun and enjoy the ride! ONE NIGHT IN MEMPHIS THE #1 TRIBUTE TO PRESLEY, PERKINS, LEWIS AND CASH Thursday, March 21 at 8 pm This is one fabulous evening of pure rockabilly, country, rock ‘n’ roll and even gospel as the cast of One Night In Memphis celebrates that magical night in December of ’56 when Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash jammed together in Memphis, Tennessee. Brandon Bennet, with an uncanny look and feel of Elvis, has portrayed him on Broadway and nationally; John Mueller, the creator of the show and a world-wide performer is Carl Perkins; Blair Carman who has been playing piano since he was twelve years old is Jerry Lee Lewis and Shawn Barker who has performed all over Canada and the United States is Johnny Cash. You’ll be All Shook Up when this amazing cast performs such great songs as Ring Of Fire, Blue Suede Shoes, Great Balls Of Fire and Shake, Rattle and Roll to name just a few of this famous foursome’s awesome hits! THE WORLD OF MUSICALS Tuesday, March 26 at 8 pm Direct from their European and Australian tours, a select cast of highly talented, accomplished performers who have been featured in worldwide smash hits such as Hairspray, West Side Story, Rent and Avenue Q on London’s West End brings the very best of musical theater to life. In a captivating production, they recreate the great musicals of the Golden Age of American musical theater along with the modern ones we have grown to love. You will experience the glorious music of Rodgers and Hammerstein, George Gershwin and Gilbert and Sullivan along with memorable musicals by Stephen Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber. They have also included some up-beat favorites such as Dirty Dancing and Mamma Mia! This colorful, inspired evening presented by an outstanding cast and created by a powerhouse team in Dublin is this season’s sleeper – a show that you don’t want to miss! SUMMER SENSATION LEESAH STILES Saturday, March 30 at 8 pm What do you get when you cross Bernadette Peters with Bette Midler and add in a dash of Patsy Cline? You get Leesah Stiles. This entertaining, dynamic redhead was such a success during the summer that our audiences requested we bring her back in Season. In a funny, interactive, audience-pleasing show, Leesah highlights her excellent talent honed on the cabaret stages of Manhattan and Atlantic City and for musical theater audiences all over the country. LOVE IS A ROSE CELEBRATING THE MUSIC OF LINDA RONSTADT Saturday, March 23 at 8 pm Because they grew up idolizing Linda Ronstadt, singers Paula Hanke and Peggy Ratusz felt the world needed to pay tribute to this magnificent performer so they put together an outstanding concert and along with their four-piece band they have created stellar harmonies and produced a wonderful celebration of Linda’s life and music. Hanke is a gifted singer having performed in New York City and the United States for many years. Ratusz, with her distinctive smoky alto voice, has been on the ‘Best Of’ lists for years. You are in for an exceptional night of wonderful music. Tickets may be purchased online at https://gateaccess.net Contact the ID Office to obtain your sign-in information. Tickets can also be purchased seven days a week at the Box Office from 9:00 am – 10:30 pm. On the night of a performance, only that night’s tickets will be sold for one hour and 15 minutes prior to show time. The Box Office will remain open until 10:30 pm for all other available tickets. You can contact the Box Office at 561-451- 1234. Credit cards accepted: Visa®, MasterCard® and Discover®. We do not accept American Express®. Your credit card statement will indicate the charge as Borec, Inc. In the event a show headliner cancels, NO REFUNDS will be given when a comparable show is scheduled. If tickets are purchased online the $2.00 service charge will not be refunded. No shorts are permitted for all live performances. TICKETING INFORMATION Guest tickets available. (Ticket cost plus $8.00 guest fee) All payments must be in U.S. funds. A $25 service charge applies to all returned checks. Cen-West payments must be current in order to purchase tickets. Enjoy free music and dancing in the Party Room every Wednesday from 2:00 – 4:00 pm. Bingo will be held every Wednesday at 7:30 pm. No tickets sold after 7:25 pm. Unless otherwise noted, all shows begin at 8:00 pm and all dances begin at 7:45 pm. Century Village Owners and Renters may only purchase tickets for themselves and their guests. All Owners and Renters must present a valid CV ID in order to purchase and pick up tickets at the Box Office, including but not limited to tickets purchased online. Absolutely no exceptions will be made to this requirement.
MARCH at the movies THE WIFE R, 100 MIN. (RATED R FOR LANGUAGE AND SOME SEXUAL CONTENT.) Glenn Close brilliantly portrays the wife of a Nobel Prize novelist in this drama who questions her life choices as she travels to Stockholm for her husband’s award ceremony. As a highly intelligent woman married to a charismatic man, she has sacrificed her own talent and now she confronts the biggest sacrifice of her life and the secret of his career. The film also stars Jonathan Pryce, Christian Slater, Max Irons and Elizabeth McGovern. A STAR IS BORN R, 76 MIN. (RATED R FOR LANGUAGE, SOME SEXUALITY/NUDITY AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE.) Directed by Bradley Cooper and starring Lady Gaga as well as Cooper, this updated remake tells the story of a seasoned musician who falls in love with a singer trying to find her own spotlight. Under his encouragement, she becomes a huge sensation but as her star rises, his begins to wane. Lady Gaga shines in the role, performing songs written for the movie by Cooper. The film, nominated for numerous awards, also stars Sam Elliott and Andrew Dice Clay. THE OLD MAN & THE GUN PG-13, 93 MIN. Based on the true story of Forrest Tucker (portrayed by Robert Redford), the film traces his audacious escape from San Quentin at the age of 70. His then series of robberies confounded the authorities but charmed the public as well as his involvement with a woman who loved him despite his chosen profession. The movie also stars Sissy Spacek, Casey Affleck and Danny Glover. Fri. Mar. 01 7:45 pm Sun. Mar. 03 2:00 pm Sun. Mar. 03 7:45 pm* Mon. Mar. 04 7:45 pm Tues. Mar. 05 2:00 pm* Tues. Mar. 05 7:45 pm Fri. Mar. 08 7:45 pm Sun. Mar. 10 2:00 pm* Sun. Mar. 10 7:45 pm* Mon. Mar. 11 7:45 pm Fri. Mar. 15 7:45 pm Sun. Mar. 17 2:00 pm THE HATE U GIVE PG – 13, 133 MIN. A hard-hitting drama about a young girl who witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend at the hands of a police officer. Torn between the two worlds of her poor neighborhood and the prep school she attends, she faces pressure from all sides of the community in her quest to find her voice and stand-up for what is right. The film stars Amandla Stenberg, Regina Hall and Russell Hornsby. Sun. Mar. 17 7:45 pm* Mon. Mar. 18 7:45 pm Fri. Mar. 22 7:45 pm Sun. Mar. 24 2:00 pm* Sun. Mar. 24 7:45 pm FIRST MAN PG-13, 141 MIN. The movie is a look at the life of Neil Armstrong, the first man to step foot on the moon, as well as the history of how we got there. The film portrays the test flights as well as the astronauts training and missions that led to this historic landing on July 20, 1969. The movie stars Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy and Jason Clarke. Mon. Mar. 25 7:45 pm* Thurs. Mar. 28 2:00 pm* Thurs. Mar. 28 7:45 pm Fri. Mar. 29 7:45 pm Sun. Mar. 31 2:00 pm PUZZLE R, 103 MIN. (RATED R FOR LANGUAGE.) In her early ‘40s, Agnes has never ventured far from her home and community. Receiving a jigsaw puzzle for her birthday, she is drawn into a new life when she sneaks away to Atlantic City and partners with a man to enter a jigsaw puzzle tournament. The movie stars Kelly Macdonald, Irrfan Khan and David Denman. Sun. Mar. 31 7:45 pm* (Continued in April) *Indicates closed captioned when available. Admission is free. Tickets are not required.