Power up at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach for an immersive concert featuring music from the most popular video games of all time. “Video Games Live” combines the power and emotion of a symphony orchestra mixed with the excitement of a rock concert and the technology and interactivity of a video game, all completely synchronized to cutting-edge visuals, lighting and special effects. Segments includeZelda, Warcraft, Mario, Halo, Final Fantasy and more! Tonight at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $20 at Kravis.org.
“The Trouble with Doug,” a contemporary reimagining of Kafka’s “Metamorphosis” from Will Aronson and Daniel Mate opens tonight at Delray Beach’s trendy Arts Garage. This hilarious and moving new musical stars actor Clay Cartland as a healthy young man who transforms inexplicably into a giant talking slug. Thrust together awkwardly under the same roof, Doug, his family, and his fiancée all struggle to understand and respond to this strangest of crises. Wednesday through Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets at ArtsGarage.org.
A new exhibit, “The Male Nude: The Photography of Greg Lindeblom and Gordon Nebeker” opens tonight and runs through Friday, April 25 at Broward Art Guild, 3280 NE 32nd St. in Fort Lauderdale. Head over to the emerging North Beach Art and Design District this weekend to check out the beautiful images from these talented, sensitive photographers and their passions for the male form. There will also be an artists’ reception on Sunday, April 20 beginning at 6:30 p.m. For more information, go to BrowardArtGuild.org.
Are you feeling crafty? Get out those hot glue guns, guys, and throw together the most fabulous Easter bonnet ever imagined. That’s right, today’s the day to don your holiday finest, a la Judy Garland, and go on an impromptu parade along Wilton Drive. Start with gospel brunch—it’s better than church—with the ladies of Lips and then head down to the Retro T-Dance with DJ Galaxy at Village Pub, with stops at Rumors, The Drive, Sidelines, Tropics, Hunters and all the popular local watering holes.
Easter is the last hoorah of season before Memorial Day and if you were good boys, you deserve a day to rest and recuperate. Make sure to set your DVR—or if you’re lucky, you’ve got video on demand — and catch up on the inaugural episodes of the final season of AMC’s critically acclaimed hit, “Mad Men,” or better yet, check out all the hot boys on the CW spring line-up. Our favorites are “Star-Crossed,” “The 100” and “The Tomorrow People,” but Stephen Amell’s “Arrow” is also a sure bet.
New York City native Lenora Jaye is the latest diva to join the roster at the Manchester Room at the Alibi in the Shoppes of Wilton Manors. The singer got her start on the stages at such venerable Manhattan venues as B.B. King’s, House of Blues, The Blue Note, CBGB’s, and Ashford & Simpson’s Sugar Bar. Catch her tonight at 8, 9 and 10 p.m. as she belts out everything from gospel, jazz and R&B to your favorite Broadway show tunes. Don’t miss her hot performances. For more information, go to AlibiWiltonManors.com.