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Gallery | 'It's a Fabulous Life' plays through Sunday at Broward Center for the Performing Arts

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It's a Fabulous Life 2012-11-29 013It's a Fabulous Life, a musical by David Sexton and Albert Evans (with additional music by Eric Alsford, Andrew Sargent and Wesley Pennington), runs through Sunday at Broward Center for the Performing Arts.

The show, set in Miami Beach and directed by Daniel Bonnett, stars Vance Vlasek as Joe, a young playwright/actor who gets his wish never to have been born gay.

Also in the cast: Benjamin-Michael Antipuna, Lisa Kerstin Braun, Elijah Davis, Matthew Korinko, Antero Blanco, Daisy Deadpetals, Tommy Paduano, Kley Tarcitano, David Tracy and Jay Rogers.

Click here for more information or to buy tickets ($35).

Click here to view a gallery from Thursday night's performance. Photos by STEVE ROTHAUS / Miami Herald Staff.


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saw the performance the other night with a good friend...didnot have any idea what we were going to see. needless to say, we were extremely pleased with the whole production and it really uplifted us during the holiday season.....Vance Vlasek and the rest of the cast were really terrific....defintely worth the admission price---thanks again....william desadora and Father Richard Jones

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