In conjunction with the week long Palm Beach Pride celebration and presented by the Pride Business Alliance, check out Erotica 2015, a new exhibit in Lake Worth featuring a fascinating and diverse collection of photography, sculpture and paintings by Joanne Urban, Ali Miranda, Allison Kotzig and Orlando Chiang. The exhibit is on display at Rolando Chang Barrero Fine Art Gallery, 711 Lucerne Ave. in Lake Worth. For more information, go to RCB.ArtGalleryPalmBeach.org.
“There’s Magic to Do” at the Broward Center as the Tony Award-winning revival of “Pippin” comes to town for a two-week run. This ‘70s musical from Stephen Schwartz (“Wicked”) and reimagined by Diane Paulus (“Hair,” “The Gershwins’ Porgy & Bess”) updates the story of Pippin, the son of Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne, with the magic of cirque-style acrobatic performances. Catch the crowd-pleasing show through April 12. Tickets start at $34.50 at BrowardCenter.org.
Photographer Barbara Proud will be in Fort Lauderdale for a book signing party tonight from 5 to 7 p.m. at Mojo, 4140 N. Federal Highway. Her new book, “First Comes Love,” features artistic photographs of long-time LGBTQ couples, including chef/artist Domenick Falcione and Anthony DeMaio, owners of the popular restaurant and nightspot. With more than 20 years of experience, Proud has turned her work toward social documentary. For more information, go to FirstComesLove.org.
It’s Easter Sunday and you need to get out and celebrate. After that morning egg hunt and brunch, don that Easter bonnet and head down to Wilton Drive. Yes, make like Judy Garland and start your own “Easter Parade.” Bars and restaurants along the drive are offering holiday specials and we have a feeling you won’t be the only ones strutting down the street in your holiday finest. So, get out those hot glue guns and get to work on your creation before Peter Cottontail comes hopping down the bunny trail!
Broadway legend Tommy Tune, the Tony-winning singer, dancer, choreographer and director, will be the guest of honor at the Palm Beach Cultural Council’s Culture & Cocktails program, tonight at 5:45 p.m. at the Colony Hotel, 144 Hammon Ave. in Palm Beach. Rob Russell, entertainment director for the hotel’s Royal Room cabaret, will interview Tune and discuss his storied career on the Great White Way. Tickets are $60 in advance and $75 at the door. For information, go to PalmBeachCulture.com/Cocktails.
The 200-voice Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida teams up with the Symphony of the Americas for “Why We Sing,” an evening of powerful orchestral and choral music, at the Amaturo Theater at the Broward Center tonight at 7:30 p.m. Experience the power of lush strings and male voices in a program of both classics and pops selections conducted by Gordon Roberts and James Brooks-Bruzzese. The program will be repeated on April 12. For tickets, go to BrowardCenter.org.